Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 3:10 PM
Higher education websites are inherently complex; they serve multiple audiences with a variety of needs. By nature, they become hard to navigate and difficult for users to accomplish tasks. This session will demonstrate how Tyndale does usability testing and how we have used the data to impact decisions on both website design and information architecture. We will demonstrate simple and cost effective methods of usability testing, and examine how the data received from usability testing can have an impact on the success of your website.
Tuesday, February 12, 2019, posted in Blog
Written by Paul Bradley eQAfy, Data for better higher education websites and digital governance NOTE FROM THE #PSEWEB EDITORIAL TEAM: eQAfy’s Paul Bradley is back on the #PSEWEB blog with a two-part overview analysis of the... Read more
Monday, January 28, 2019, posted in Blog
Written by Sarah Khan Communications Officer, Faculty of Arts & Science University of Toronto Videos have taken over our social media feeds, websites and presentations. In the post-secondary education communications environment, video... Read more
Tuesday, January 15, 2019, posted in Blog
NOTE FROM THE #PSEWEB EDITORIAL TEAM: Happy New Year, #PSEWEB Community! Our first post back is a guest article from eQAfy’s Paul Bradley about the use of content management systems by Canadian universities and colleges. eQAfy,... Read more