"Your use of color is great. Especially on this page https://www3.tech.purdue.edu/degrees. I'm curious to know the logic of the background color for the degree programs. At first I assumed it was alpha but that didn't hold.
I just took a quick look - from a prospective student point of view. The first thing I want to know about is your degrees, so I hit that link under "Prospective students." I saw that the first degree listed says it's…"
I took a look at that site tonight. Here's a couple thoughts:
1. Bottom nav is very text heavy. Lots and lots of words. I understand why you need all those links/options...but it just is in such stark contrast with…"
Howdy ya'll,Our college is re-launching our website this summer. The new version is built in Drupal 7. We have about 50 degrees from seven departments here on the Purdue main campus and eight statewide locations.Anyone want to give it a quick look and provide any constructive criticism? Our goals were: focus on prospective students, mobile friendly, seo optimized, organized for recruitment.Thanks for any feedback you provide. We know it's not perfect, but neither is our current website :)Matt…See More
There is a position opening in our office that would help support the entire Division of Student Affairs. Please forward to anyone who may be interested or might know someone who is interested. It is an entry level position. Primary focus is on systems management, web application development and some website design. Technical Specialisthttp://www.lasalle.edu/financeadmin/hresources/jobs.php?id=509See More
I’m writing to let you know of an awesome opportunity for any of your current students who have an interest in a web-related field, whether it’s on the technical side or content-creation side (or both!): CrowdSource Summit: A Conference for Emerging Web Professionals.This conference is presented by the Higher Education Web Professionals Association, known more affectionately as HighEdWeb. I’m a member, and I attend its Annual…See More
The Web Communications team at Virginia Tech seeks a web designer/developer. This is an exciting time to join our team. We are migrating to a new content management system and expect this person to assist in the effort to develop templates, implement designs, and help us determine how the visual standards will evolve for new devices. Going forward, the successful candidate will work to develop new layouts for the web, mobile devices, and apps. Full job description with a link to the…See More
The Digital Communications Manager is a key member of the leadership team of the Marketing and Communications office. Reporting to the director of Marketing and Communications and working with highly motivated colleagues, the manager will oversee a cohesive, leading-edge digital communications strategy that advances the university's national and global impact and image. The manager will oversee staff responsible for the UAF website, social media, and videography. The Digital Communications…See More