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Jun
2
2017

Using MindGenius to map out web structures

MindGenius is a piece of software which aims to help people show their thought patterns and processes – but we’ve found it useful to map websites, too.

The Student Disability Service first brought MindGenius to the University ten years ago, but we became aware it very recently, through a demonstration that Stratos (our Acting Head) went to a few months ago. Continue reading: Using MindGenius to map out web structures

Jan
22
2016

The challenges of audience and task based navigation

I read an interesting article recently by content specialist and top tasks evangelist, Gerry McGovern. It was a commentary on a blog post recently written by a member of the UK Digital Govenrment Service (GDS) in which they outlined why they were moving away from an audience based approach to navigation and towards a single, topic based hierarchy for the gov.uk website. This set me thinking about our website and how the University is organised.

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