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What's the best campus map you've seen?
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What's the best campus map you've seen? We're starting to re-envision our campus map at NC State and we're looking for some good ideas, and inspiration.Please leave a link to your favorite campus map…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Carson Jan 4.

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Chris Carson replied to Michael Vysocka's discussion What's the best campus map you've seen?
"Stevens Institute of Technologyhttp://tour.stevens.edu"
Jan 4
Chris Carson replied to Michael Vysocka's discussion What's the best campus map you've seen?
"Mike, CampusTours (www.CampusTours.com, www.CampusMaps.com & www.WalkingTour.com) has recently released a number of photo-realistic interactive campus maps based on our new AnyMap 3.0 platform: Nova Southeastern University  (Includes…"
Sep 4, 2013
Michael Vysocka commented on Michael Vysocka's blog post Powering 160+ domains with a single WordPress install (no plugins, and 1 theme).
"Thanks Daniel!"
Aug 9, 2013
Dan Bashaw commented on Michael Vysocka's blog post Powering 160+ domains with a single WordPress install (no plugins, and 1 theme).
"Impressed!"
Aug 9, 2013
Michael Vysocka replied to Michael Vysocka's discussion What's the best campus map you've seen?
"Mike, Nova's map sets the bar pretty high! Thanks for sharing that!"
Jul 11, 2013
Mike Guerdon replied to Michael Vysocka's discussion What's the best campus map you've seen?
"Nova Southeastern Universityhttp://maps.nova.edu/#UMAP_2012102441057"
Jul 11, 2013
Michael Vysocka posted a discussion

What's the best campus map you've seen?

What's the best campus map you've seen? We're starting to re-envision our campus map at NC State and we're looking for some good ideas, and inspiration.Please leave a link to your favorite campus map in the comments.See More
Jul 11, 2013
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Powering 160+ domains with a single WordPress install (no plugins, and 1 theme).

http://go.ncsu.edu/wordpress Mike VysockaWeb Developer & Business Solutions ArchitectNorth Carolina State University - Raleigh, NC@thewebvySee More
Jun 17, 2013
Michael Vysocka replied to Doug Thompson's discussion Campus buildings depicted on Google Maps?
"Doug,   I believe they sometimes take and use data from Google's Building Maker**: http://sketchup.google.com/3dwh/buildingmaker.html   ** "Building Maker is a 3D modeling tool for adding buildings to Google Earth"   I…"
Mar 4, 2011
Michael Vysocka replied to Michelle Tarby's discussion Usability Testing for Institution's Library Site
"Steve Krug has a pretty good book out on usability testing, it's called 'Rocket Surgery Made Easy' and you can get it on Amazon.com for roughly $23. It's worth a…"
Apr 7, 2010
Michael Vysocka replied to Darren Ladner's discussion Website Survey
"I would definitely run the new design through http://fivesecondtest.com/ which helps you quickly identify problem areas within your designs. Why '5 seconds'? Well research has shown that most users will analyze and make a judgment on your…"
Apr 7, 2010
Michael Vysocka replied to Kyle James's discussion What Research are People Interested In?
"I'm interested in seeing how many universities take the audience based navigation approach (Undergrad, Grad, Faculty & Staff, Alumni, Corporate Partners, Prospective Students, etc) versus those who go with a strictly topic oriented IA using…"
Jan 14, 2010
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NC State University
Website:
http://www.ces.ncsu.edu
Find me on Twitter at:
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List three areas of expertise or specialization.
PHP MySQL Google Analytics CSS jQuery Web Performance Optimization
What CMS are you using?
A single Wordpress install, to power 200+ domains
What department or office are you in?
NC State Extension
Primary Job Responsibility
Web Design & Development
Number of students at your institution
40,000

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Powering 160+ domains with a single WordPress install (no plugins, and 1 theme).

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Mike Vysocka

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North Carolina State University - Raleigh, NC

@thewebvy

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