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Making University news digital

Research has shown that digital users are rarely interested in the press release articles which are often shown under a ‘News’ heading on a university website. Back in 2013, Paul Boag quoted a report from Chris Scott…

Leaping to digital-only content

In an ever increasing digital era of computers, smartphones and tablets, it’s no wonder that content that was once traditionally printed is now migrating to the internet. You may have recently read that The Independent…

How do we decide what goes on the homepage?

The University homepage is, for many users, the front door to the University website. For some, it’s the first impression that they’ll have of the University; for others, it’s a frequently visited signpost to other…

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We’re hiring!

We have four vacancies in the Digital Communications team, closing date for applications is Friday 18 November. We want to build a team that will ensure the University’s website is standardised, simplified and…

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PDF accessibility

The University website has over 5,000 PDF files, most of which do not comply with accessibility legislation. If documents do not meet accessibility standards they could be breaking the Equality Act 2010. How can we…