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I recently accepted an invitation to visit the University Social Media Community to discuss plans and prioritise future development for social media sharing functions and visitor feedback in EdWeb.
At a recent Website Support Clinic, I worked with a web publisher who wanted to go through the steps to publishing a newly created site. From that meeting, I’ve created a handy to-do list and points to consider when publishing new EdWeb sites.
At a recent Website Support Clinic, I worked with a web publisher on a site that repeated the site title in navigation text and URLs. To help readers scanning information on your site, avoid repetition and place trigger words at the left.
In recent months I’ve been investigating the Kano model, which is a way to plan and prioritise features of a product to better meet user expectations. After discussing with the team, we decided to try it out through the planning process for some upcoming EdWeb CMS features.
On Thursday 15 December, we’ll deploy the latest set of code sprint bug fixes and improvements to the EdWeb system. A big thanks again to all the community developers who came together to allow these improvements to happen
At a recent Website Support Clinic, I worked with a web publisher on how to add videos to her site. With the University’s media hosting platform Media Hopper, it’s now easier than ever to upload videos which can be embedded on EdWeb sites.
The move to EdWeb has offered the University a unique opportunity to shift to a new, more collaborative culture and take full advantage of the available knowledge and resources. UWP have taken the initiative of mapping a development collaborative framework for EdWeb through a project co-funded by the College of Science and Engineering.