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Presentation given at the May 21st Refresh Detroit meeting about the process of redesigning the Wayne State Library Science Web site.

Presentation given at the May 21st Refresh Detroit meeting about the process of redesigning the Wayne State Library Science Web site.

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    Wayne State Library Science Web Site Refresh Wayne State Library Science Web Site Refresh Presentation Transcript

    • Refreshing LISP Web Site Nick DeNardis May 21, 2008 Wayne State University May 21, 2008 wayne.edu
    • About Our Department • Mission: To raise the stature of the university • 6 Full Time Employees, 3 Student Assistants • Work on a charge back system with a few exceptions, like an agency • 250+ Web site launches, 25 sites in the queue May 21, 2008 wayne.edu
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    • Determining Needs • Wayne State University Identity • PromoteDegreeOnline Masters of Library Science New • Expandable Navigation • News / Event Promotion • Use the pixel pattern someplace, it is on all their print pieces • Faculty Profiles May 21, 2008 wayne.edu
    • Strategy • Pullsize andsite with WinHTTrack to determine its down current URL structure. • Determine the current paths to the required areas. • Figure out wherenew site. can be “chunked” together on the the paths • Remove all the useless stuff from the homepage May 21, 2008 wayne.edu
    • Our Process • 1 Week Requirements Gathering • 1 Week Navigation • 2 Weeks Design • 4 Weeks Content • 2 Weeks Programming • 1 Week Review May 21, 2008 wayne.edu
    • Research • No access to current server/statistics :-( • Best guesses based on phone calls/emails • Other Library Science Programs (Benchmarking) • Any organization is better than their current site May 21, 2008 wayne.edu
    • Information Architecture • Primary Audience: Prospective Graduate Students • User Centered Navigation • Central spot for degrees and requirements • Simple Folder Structure, forms, images, etc. May 21, 2008 wayne.edu
    • Navigation • Prospective Students • (Alphabetical Sub Menus) • Current Students • Faculty and Staff • Alumni • About Us May 21, 2008 wayne.edu
    • Page Layout • Wayne State Header and Footer • Mini News, Mini Events • Promotions • Create an Impact • Appear organized, up to date May 21, 2008 wayne.edu
    • Site Design • Three mockups • Choose one or piece them together May 21, 2008 wayne.edu
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    • Technical Implementation • University Content Management System • Multiple Content Editors • XHTML 1.0 Transitional • PHP & MySQL with static written pages • RSS News May 21, 2008 wayne.edu
    • They Choose Mockup 3 May 21, 2008 wayne.edu
    • Did we accomplish our goals? May 21, 2008 wayne.edu
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    • Questions May 21, 2008 wayne.edu
    • Thank You Nick DeNardis May 21, 2008 Wayne State University http://www.lisp.wayne.edu May 21, 2008 wayne.edu