Many traditional universities (most? all?) take a decentralized approach toward their websites, both in terms of creation and maintenance. It’s thought that a decentralized structure where each division, school, college, department and administrative unit effectively controls their space and content on the web is the best way to manage the overall site. Core web teams […]
My college bud Ron has a new book out– Earth Architecture— that discusses different earth building techniques, their histories, and modern examples of the age old traditions. Check it.
In this screencast, I explore a quick and easy way to find degree program information instead of the common approach today which favors forcing people to navigate their way through a university’s org chart of colleges, divisions, schools, and departments before getting to degree information. This approach takes advantage of a centralized visual and navigational […]
In this screencast, I explore the do’s and dont’s of why audience segmentation matters. The example I use is the University of Denver’s website.
At its most basic level, the new du.edu site will revolve around who visits the site. As you might imagine, every person who visits our site has a particular task or set of tasks they wish to accomplish. What this allows us to do is group the people with similar tasks into broad audience types. […]
After a near 2 year hiatus, Heavywinter is back. Posts will begin to appear on a regular basis, but there’s still the odds and ends needed to get the site resurrected and the details just right. However, it’s time to go public. Keep in mind that all the old posts have been jettisoned in order […]