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Homepage 2.0 – Evolution

Our mission: To turn Wooster.edu’s homepage into a flexible, interactive, eye-catching page that incorporates larger imagery, video, and our growing social media presence while increasing flexibility and utilizing the same messaging that resonated so well with Wooster’s more recent incoming class. Continue reading

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Website Update to Campus: 2 months post-launch

Two months ago, the college launched its new website, capping more than a year of work on site architecture, navigation, design, content development, and training, culminating in an intense five-week period this summer during which the web team built out … Continue reading

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Tomorrow starts training

Beginning tomorrow, I’ll be conducting one two-hour training session each day for our web editors identified across campus this spring. We have 13 editors taking responsibility for academic departments and another 23 editors responsible for administrative offices and non-academic areas.  … Continue reading

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42 business days – but who’s counting?

The new Wooster.edu website, including the new online alumni community, are scheduled to launch on July 20, 2009.  (gulp) Where do I start when it comes to new features? RSS, Flash, streaming audio/video, updated navigation, redesigned graphics… Most importantly, new … Continue reading

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