WEB CONTENT MANAGEMENT SUPPORT PROGRAMMER (Computer Sftwr Eng/Appl I) See full listing and application instructions: http://www.montana.edu/jobs/classified/12-243 Overview The Division of University Communications advocates for Montana State University by communicating MSU's story from its heritage to its future. The mission is to enhance MSU's public image, increase the public's awareness of MSU's accomplishments, and…See More
Would you please take a few minutes and fill out my Higher Education Web and Digital Communications Survey?https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/higheredwebcommThe goal of this survey is to compare how higher education institutions fund their Web and digital communications units by institution size, type, and classification. Ideally this will allow many Web units across the country see how they align with comparable…See More
"Thanks - I appreciate it! It was a lot of "new" for us. Personally, I'd done a little bit of responsive design (took a class) but nothing at this level. I'd not done HTML5 or really delved into CSS3 and then finding…"
Position SummaryThe School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) in the midst of an exciting period of growth in its capacity to prepare leaders and solve societal problems, and seeks a web developer for the large-scale project of moving the Schools current website to a more modern platform. Reporting to the Director, Engineering Communications, the primary role of the web developer is to setup and build the framework for the new website (utilizing Drupal). The person in this position will…See More
The Albert S. Cook Library seeks a highly skilled and innovative Web Services Specialist to participate in all stages of the application development life cycle. Under the direction of the Information Technology Librarian, this position provides primary web application development support for the Library’s online initiatives. Focusing on services that improve the user experience for the University’s students, faculty, and staff, the Web Services Specialist collaborates with team members, other…See More
We launched a redesign of our site on July 1. It was more than just a new skin, it was a reorganization of the content. In the past we've tried to serve all audiences - current students, prospects, staff, faculty and alumni. It ended up being link overload. It also used internal back office terminology that was confusing to prospects.Our charge was to gear the site toward prospective students and to move all content for current students and faculty & staff behind our existing portal.We…See More