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Trifecta IA/ID P.SILS redesign
Trifecta IA/ID P.SILS redesign
Trifecta IA/ID P.SILS redesign
Trifecta IA/ID P.SILS redesign
Trifecta IA/ID P.SILS redesign
Trifecta IA/ID P.SILS redesign
Trifecta IA/ID P.SILS redesign
Trifecta IA/ID P.SILS redesign
Trifecta IA/ID P.SILS redesign
Trifecta IA/ID P.SILS redesign
Trifecta IA/ID P.SILS redesign
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Trifecta IA/ID P.SILS redesign

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    • 1. Trifecta Pratt SILS Website Information Redesign Sarah Acheson Jill Blagsvedt Patricia Glowinski Rachel Lurie Aaron Springer
    • 2. What should a SILS website have?
      • Persistent navigation
      • Consistent layouts
      • Breadcrumbs
      • Intuitive labels & hierarchy
      • Contact information accessible from every page
      • Expanded content for Current Students
    • 3. Current Page Strengths
        • Clearly articulated Mission & Vision
        • Site is content rich
        • Prominent open house information
        • New York City / Chelsea location is highlighted
    • 4. Improvement Strategy
        • Define & broaden audience
          • Enhance content to meet multiple audience needs
        • Clarify organizational hierarchy
          • Create audience and topic-based schemes
          • Divide content into manageable chunks
        • Introduce global navigation
          • Establish intuitive labeling
          • Make site easier to browse
          • Create multiple paths to content
        • Offer a search option
    • 5. Tactical research
        • Performed Content Analysis on existing site
        • Tested navigation assumptions and instincts
          • Heuristic evaluations
          • Card sorts
          • Paper-Prototyping
    • 6. Blueprint for Pratt SILS site
    • 7. Homepage
      • Glocal Navigation
      • News & Events Blog
      • Supplemental Navigation
      • Slide Show
    • 8. Faculty pages
      • Allowance for faculty added content
      • Instructor & course associations
      • Publications and projects section
    • 9. Course Descriptions
      • Contextual links to syllabi & faculty pages
      • Comprehensive course listing on Class Schedule
      • page
    • 10. Alumni Resources
      • Alumni News & Events Blog
      • Highlights various alumni benefits
      • Slideshow of
      • Alums & their accomplishments
    • 11. Winning the Trifecta Inconsistent designs Integration with Pratt.edu Different page designs Global navigation User overwhelmed More intuitive labeling & navigation Limited Current Student content Enhanced content No Alumni presence New Alumni section Maintenance “ User” created content
    • 12. Thank you Trifecta Sarah Acheson Jill Blagsvedt Patricia Glowinski Rachel Lurie Aaron Springer

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