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Website experience

  1. 1. European Women Interactive Learning<br />15-16.09.2011 | Drammen – Norway<br />Summarizing experiences of the EWIL website<br />Dimitris Raftopoulos<br />Head Strategic Leadership Unit<br />George Stefas<br />Project Manager<br />
  2. 2. Presentation Outline<br />Structure of the EWIL webpage (designed VS current)<br />Overall approach<br />Design approach<br />Structure approach<br />PPs involvement<br />Social Media<br />PPs opinion & suggestions<br />
  3. 3. Structure of the EWIL webpage<br />Designed structure <br />General presentation of the project <br />Partners presentation with link to their websites<br />Project calendar<br />Newsletter section<br />Space for photos / videos<br />Useful link list<br />Download area<br />- Blog<br />Link to some networks / blogs (e.g. facebook, twitter, etc.)<br />Current structure<br />Home<br />Project overview<br />Rationale<br />EU added value<br />Project objectives<br />Deliverables<br />Expected results & outcomes<br />Project Meetings<br />Project Calendar<br />Media library<br />Project Partners <br />Documentation Center<br />+ Forum<br />Online Questionnaire<br />+ Sitemap<br />
  4. 4. Approach for the production of the webpage<br />Have a solid Project Identity at the Homepage<br />Provide an easy & user friendly experience to the visitor with an “one click away” concept <br />Increased aesthetic / eye catching – interesting<br />Incorporate a clear structure / menu / sections with minimalistic approach (menus) that don’t cover the content<br />Fast & easynavigation from one page to another<br />The navigation menu is at an obvious and clear point, Use “Drop down” menu with a lot of levels that stay on sight at all times during a visit<br />Contact section<br />
  5. 5. Design approach<br />The Homepage of a site is the most important gives the 1st impression, must be direct, simple, use of a clear logo<br />A balance between simplicity – complexitybalance, clear sections <br />Consistency: follow a color - font pattern according to the logo throughout the webpage. Same colors used to all pages, size, shape and syntax to the texts used <br />Each webpage must have a consistency of colors, background, design, use of project colors<br />Not excessive motion to the homepage, thus not distracting from the content and the identity. <br />Not tire with too much information, thus not decreasing the time spent at the webpage<br />Presentation of information with little need for scrolling down<br />
  6. 6. Structure of the EWIL website<br />
  7. 7. PPs Involvement<br />Minor participation in providing information even for simple details such as the contact details, links, etc<br />No pictures sent, only 3 pictures<br />Necessity to be interactive and updated<br />Responsible for news and updating the website?<br />Forum: administrator? Abandon the idea of the forum?<br />Social media: no banners interacting with social media, LinkedIn, facebook, twitter, use or not?<br />PPs view of the website<br />
  8. 8. Thank you for your attention<br />

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