"If they're just for redirects, then we require them to have a VERY good reason for it. This might be an opportunity for you to get these groups inline. Either decentralize and get your vanity, or live with what you have."
"The majority of our sites are at vanity domains (admissions.nd.edu, al.nd.edu, law.nd.edu, etc). This stems partly from the fact that each of these properties is its own site. We don't host any department/college sites as part of our main site…"
"1. Let the design, not device sizes dictate your breakpoints.
2. Watch the download size of your site. Think back to the days when people were still on modems.
3. Format your markup in an order that makes sense when formatted for small screens.
"Erik - It's nice to see another higher ed developer using responsive web design. The site looks great, and I'm a fan of your work. I recently started working at Johns Hopkins and am slowly migrating the sites into responsive…"
Erik - It's nice to see another higher ed developer using responsive web design. The site looks great, and I'm a fan of your work. I recently started working at Johns Hopkins and am slowly migrating the sites into responsive templates. Economics is the first: http://econ.jhu.edu
So way back in "the day" (eight or so years ago), our employee/student email inboxes were routinely deluged with 40+ individual email messages per day due to the "campus-wide" email lists being open for anyone here to send messages to.Enough people eventually decried the situation, so we came up with an email/website "publication" that was basically akin to a "daily digest email" of what were originally individual messages.This was highly successful and took a large part of the burden off of…See More
Just a suggestion regarding a sustainable future for UWEBD (software platform). When I was at OmniUpdate we migrated from Ning to SocialEngine. SE has a Ning 2 import tool: http://get.socialengine.com/ning/ The process was pretty smooth for…"
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The Higher Education Web Professionals Association is very pleased to announce that we are now accepting presentation proposals for the HighEdWeb 2017 Annual Conference, scheduled for October 8-11 in Hartford, CT.HighEdWeb 2017 is the conference BY and FOR higher education Web professionals who want to explore the unique web issues facing colleges and universities. Our profession is always growing, and we are looking for a wide variety of presenters and…See More