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Top task performance indicators

This is a follow-up to a previous post I wrote on “Identifying your website’s Top Tasks” following a seminar I attended hosted by User Experience expert, author, and speaker Gerry McGovern. This post will illustrate…

Information architecture diagram

Designing an information architecture

In our minds, there are three stages to creating a new website; establishing the site structure, designing how the site will work and its ‘look and feel’ and creating the content to sit on each page. Whilst these three…

Calling all social media content experts!

Do you know the difference between Klout and clout? Full of ideas on how to measure the ROI of YouTube? Whether you’re weaving tall tales on Instagram Stories, cracking jokes on Snapchat or living it up on Facebook…

I’m leaving, but not quite yet

For those of you who don’t yet know, I’m sad to announce that I’m leaving the Digital communications team. This was not an easy decision to make, and one dictated by force of circumstance – I’ve moved to live in the…

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Announcing the launch of T4v8

Soon, the digital communications team will launch a suite of webpages from the newest version of our content management system, T4. This is the beginning of the new digital style rolling out to all external facing…

Our news templates and content types

One of the key functions of the University of St Andrews’ website is to promote the research findings, teaching excellence and current initiatives of the University. We have a variety of stakeholders that we want to…

News tiles from University home page

How new design has affected University news

In June 2016 we launched a new homepage that was more focused on external visitors. It introduced the idea of news and events being highlighted on a limited number of ’tiles’. The aim was to selectively promote…