Information on the key stages in the lifecycle of a website, the processes that you need complete at each stage - and how the Digital Communications team will support you.
The University Web Content Strategy; what content strategy is and why it is important for the University's web presence.
Includes website proposal form, and information on consultation and training if the proposal is successful.
Putting your audience first; how to structure a University website; content, using colours and successful website development.
The QA and launch processes, redirecting users from your old to new website, and updating the corporate A-Z and PIMs indexes.
Advice on how to keep your content current, when to change it, and who should be responsible for creating it.
How to get access and become a web publisher for an existing website.
What to do if you are a new site administrator or are handing over to someone else.
What to do if you want to remove a website from the University web presence, or let the public know it will no longer be updated.
If you are considering external help with your website, please contact the Digital Communications team.