Category Archives: key screens

Public site enters build phase; important milestones for content contributors

Last week marked the beginning of the build-out phase for the public portion of our new website. Our web development vendor, TerminalFour, has finished its discovery phase and is now working with the designs completed by iFactory to create our … Continue reading

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New public-site keyscreens and content you can collect now

From the wireframes and home-page designs, iFactory developed a set of keyscreens (PDF) for the new public website that will guide the appearance of pages (they are currently working on keyscreens for the private site). We have contracted for 10 … Continue reading

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Private-site usability and wireframes

Our partners at iFactory were on campus Jan. 23 to conduct usability testing on the wireframes (“blueprints”) for the new intranet/portal. Feedback from testers was mostly positive and task completion was 86 percent. The next step is to develop functional … Continue reading

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Kicking off the implementation phase

On Monday, we in Marcomm will have our first meeting with our project team from TerminalFour, the company that will provide our new content-management system and implement the designs and functions that iFactory has helped us develop over the last … Continue reading

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And the winners are …

Option 2 for the home page design – most commenters liked the curve and the clear association between the titles and content items in the bottom section of the page. And Option 1 was selected for the typical-page design. Most … Continue reading

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