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Digital prospectus business case

On Wednesday 16 September, the Digital Communications Portfolio Board approved a business case for redevelopment of the external University website. In essence, what we will be creating is a digital prospectus where all information about undergraduate and postgraduate taught courses is provided in one place. We will be using our agile project management approach to improve…

2 November 2015Digital transformation Homepage prototype

Our design principles

Before designing a site you need a decision making framework. These are often called design principles. Here are the design principles we are using at St Andrews. Do you agree with them? Designing and building a website involves thousands of decisions. Decisions between often competing requirements. A constant stream of tiny compromises. To ensure we…

17 June 2015Homepage prototype

Launch of new University home page

A prototype for the new University home page has been available since March this year. Finally it is time to make it live! From Monday, the prototype home page will become the home page for the whole University website. The new design is mobile friendly, easier for people who don’t know the University to use and…

12 June 2015Homepage prototype

The story so far and next actions

As digital becomes critical to the University of St Andrews, we are adapting the way we run our website. As many of you are new to our mailing list and blog, we thought now might be a good time to summarise what work we have been doing to date. Over the last ten years our…

29 April 2015Homepage prototype

History of the homepage prototype project

The prototype homepage aimed at external audiences has been unveiled this week. It is the outcome of over a year of work. It has been an eventful year for the digital communications team. One year on from the launch of Study at St Andrews, we are now in a very different place. Following the perceived success…

10 March 2015Homepage prototype