- URL: http://higheredexperts.com/edu/webinar/web-redesign-boot-camp-2011/
- Date: 2011-04-12 13:00:00 EST
- Listed: January 3, 2011 9:13 pm
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â€œWebsite Redesign Boot Campâ€ is a 3-webinar series that will help you get ready for your next (or first) big (or small) website redesign by providing a great overview of the latest web design trends in higher education, lessons learned from a successful big redesign project as well as a guide to iterative smaller web redesigns.
April 12, 2011 â€“ 1PM-2PM ET â€“ Rain date: April 19, 2011
Top trends in higher ed redesigned websites
Stewart Foss, Founder of eduStyle and the eduStyle Awards, will present the latest trends in higher ed web design identified among the best redesigned websites (homepage, departmental, admissions, etc.) in 2010. He will also share a few tips to maximize your chances to win one of the prized 2011 eduStyle Awards.
April 13, 2011 â€“ 1PM-2PM ET â€“ Rain date: April 20, 2011
How to plan for and manage a successful web redesign project
Matt Herzberger, Director of Web Communications at Florida International University will share lessons learned during the web redesign project he managed last year. From research, information architecture and communications with stakeholders to usability, design and content considerations, Matt will explain how to get ready for a big web redesign project including FIU latest redesign launched in March 2010.
April 14, 2011 â€“ 1PM-2PM ET â€“ Rain date: April 21, 2011
Iterative Web Redesign 101
Website redesigns donâ€™t always mean huge projects and big headaches. Nick DeNardis, Associate Director for Web Communications at Wayne State University and the host of EDUCheckup, will show you the other approach to website redesign: iterative small redesigns based on insights from web analytics and usability testing. Nick will explain why and how you can redesign your website with only a few big-impact changes at a time â€“ but more frequently.
What you will learn:
How to evaluate and determine the characteristics of a well-designed website.
How to handle the project planning and communication to stakeholders.
How to use analytics and usability testing to redesign your website iteratively.
Who should attend and why:
Primary audience: web designers, web developers, webmasters, web communications directors, web strategists, project managers.
May also attend: communications and marketing directors, stakeholders to be involved in an upcoming redesign.
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