Author Archives: Dwight Nagy

About Dwight Nagy

Assistant Director of Web Communication at The College of Wooster and ScotBlogs Administrator

Editor Tip: Less is More

Creating effective web content is only possible when editors adhere to the rule of scannability. A scannable website allows users to quickly find information through the use of  headers and lists, which help to organize information. Scannability is also improved … Continue reading

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Editor Tip: Receive Email Reminders to Update Content

The reminder tool in Sitecore may not be flashy, but it will help ensure that your content is up to date. As you know, having outdated web content is worse than not having the content at all. Using reminders can automate … Continue reading

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Wooster Headline News

This morning we announced the URL for the new Wooster Headline News. WHN has been long overdue for an overhaul and thus, the project became a summer priority. The project was designed with a “make it modern, yet keep it … Continue reading

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Connecting with Facebook

Facebook is popular among college campuses and Wooster is no exception. Many of our departments and offices maintain their own Facebook page or group in addition to The College of Wooster official Facebook page. Today we launched a new feature … Continue reading

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Revisiting our Search Feature

Back in February I had the chance to beautify and add suggested results to our search on the wooster.edu website. Since then, I’ve used data about how our search is used to create more suggested results, making it easier for … Continue reading

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Getting Started on Flickr

Getting Started Start out by going to http://www.flickr.com/ Flickr is a service offered by Yahoo and it uses the same account login, so if you have a Yahoo account already you can use that or you can sign up for a … Continue reading

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Improving Our Search Feature

Recently, our search feature received a re-design. Users who made heavy use of the search probably noticed it right away, while those who search less often may not have noticed at all! As you can see, the new search looks, … Continue reading

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