Monthly Archives: April 2011

Which website content management system is best for EVMS?

A content management system (CMS) is software installed on a web server which allows multiple people to manage the pages, text, images and documents on a website without requiring them to have knowledge of the technical aspects of creating and … Continue reading

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iFactory team returns for more focus groups

Tomorrow and Thursday, Pete and Dave of iFactory will be back on campus for more focus groups and a couple of meetings for specific purposes. We have four more focus groups scheduled – two for patients and two for general … Continue reading

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More information-gathering: Personas

As part of the discovery process for the website project, we are working on a Project Profile, which will provide iFactory with detailed information about our site needs. One part of that is developing personas. From An introduction to personas … Continue reading

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Survey responses: Clarifying sites and project scope

Some common themes developed as I read through the survey responses, so I thought I’d take some time to address one of them. In the Office of Marketing & Communications (Marcomm), when we talk about the EVMS website, we mean … Continue reading

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