Author: Lizzie Cass-Maran
The online version of the ‘Writing for the Web’ course is now available in draft mode on Learn. It’s now known as ‘Effective Digital Content’.
Last week, we held a workshop for the Student Counselling Service, (SCS) as part of a suite of work we’ve been doing for Student Experience Services. What was the issue? The Counselling website have the same problem as almost every other site – too many pages and not enough time. Some of their processes have […]
Renaming our Writing for the Web course has thrown some interesting light on people’s perception of the course.
We’re creating an online version of our popular Writing for the Web course, and are looking for volunteers to help test it, and name it.
Last week, I spent three days on an intensive course to consolidate my knowledge on creating an effective user experience, and now hold the certificate of ‘Certified Professional in User Experience (Foundation level)’, or CPUX-F.
We’ve got a growing list of sites wanting to come into EdWeb, and we’re trying to make sure these sites are managed and brought in in a fair way.
The new EdWeb forms functionality has just launched. It’s a really powerful tool that can replace not only Polopoly forms but also many forms that currently need to be proxied in.
Our new demonstration site launched last week, and building it has been a journey for all of us. At the end of last week, we published a new site in EdWeb, intended to showcase what the system can do.
Last week, the team went to see Gavin McLachlan talk about his aims for the University, and it was great to see we’re on the same page on some key issues.
This months’ Web Publishing Community saw a comprehensive update on the Drupal project, a live demo of the Balsamiq prototyping tool, and a presentation from Arthur Wilson on different ways to embed PURE data in Drupal.