"We also have a standard content design and when editors step outside of the standard a number of times I will schedule a meeting with that editor and see if there's a better fit. Again, it comes down to 1:1 conversation at our…"
"We used ISSUU for a number of years but moved away for a variety of reasons. We created a WP-based blog platform for our two university magazines and are pleased with it in several ways. Increased interactivity and ease of image-sharing are two that…"
I'm the content manager and strategist at Eastern Mennonite University in Virginia. We're a small private university - www.emu.edu - with about 75 web editors on campus. Occasionally, we encounter editors who, even after a lengthy…"
We are in the process of setting up a contract for SiteCheck by Siteimprove. However, I'm not sure what you would consider "cost effective." It reports on broken links, spell checking and accessibility. They have a…"
I've been considering how Panda might impact what I do within the content on our website. In the end, I really think it will simply push me to strive for highest possible quality of content, which is a good thing! I think it will have more implications for our web designer, who works with unique tracking and the rest of our analytics efforts. Anyone have any thoughts?
"By the way, the selection and implementation of our CMS was a real test and turning point for our team. We all struggled with the outdated html/Dreamweaver system we used before Radiant, and now, as I said, things are going well. A CMS is a must."
What an excellent question. I'm surprised there aren't more responses!
I think we at Eastern Mennonite University have successfully implemented Zeldman's suggestion. We have had a Web Work Team in place for nearly 10 years.…"
"Our photographer moved into a videographer position a year ago since we felt the pull to produce more videos for the web and for general university projects. It's been terrific - she manages 1-2 video interns a year, who primarily work on…"
I'm the web content manager and strageist for EMU. I manage content across our website and work closely with a social media coordinator/web designer, photographers, videographer, developers, etc. My work includes web writing, graphic design, management of website information and architecture, training of web editors, creation of standard content layout and navigation, etc.
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