"Sounds like a cost-benefit analysis might be reasonable. If you're talking about an entire institution, you have the student funnel, right?
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I think the purpose of a responsive design is to be intentional about the decision --- i.e. you (or the designer) being intentional about what s/he thinks works best for the user based on the device's screen size.
As a poor Blackberry…"
"I've waxed and waned in my response to these requests. In a lot of ways, I think it depends on the size of your institution (the larger it is, the harder it should be) and the level of potential interest/competition/politics in the request (…"
"We've dealt with one of these vendors. Our problems are related to our own internal processes, where plan is a four-letter word and lack of accountability means deadlines are missed and life goes on."
"We've had good and bad experiences with redesigns, which seemingly had no relationship to the amount we paid to accomplish them. When we started talking redesign a number of years ago, I prepared the attached document to go over the types of…"
With Chancellor Zimpher and the Board of Trustees talking about Shared Services across SUNY, or more particular within regions of SUNY, I think this raises an interesting opportunity.To start, I am not against the concept of shared services as a starting point. I would like to compete and concentrate on the higher-value concepts at my institution, and leave more mundane and compliance chores to the system. However, I think there are examples of shared services that have existed for years, and…See More
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