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The Power Of Your Personal Brand

Personal brand marketing is meant to create awareness, build trust, create reputation, raise perception, and make a first impression before in-person …

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How to Roll Out a Bold Design in a Legacy Environment in 3 Months

Brand guidelines, legacy designs and a slow-moving bureaucracy can stifle marketing innovation in higher ed institutions. Yet your audiences and evolv…

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CMS – If you build it, they will come

Have you considered building your own content management system? Read on to discover why an open-source option wasn’t for the College of the North A…

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5 Keys to Success for Using Drupal in Higher Ed

Across all the universities and colleges Drupal Practice Lead Suzanne Dergacheva has worked with, she's seen a few trends in successful implementation…

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Higher standards: 9 simple standards for building successful websites in higher ed

At McGill University, 1700 staff manage 900 sites that generate 10 million page views per month. McGill’s new digital standards define our crite…

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How to make your photo search easier with a digital asset management system

There are many digital asset management system options on the market. If you are interested in getting a DAM for your institution, here are a few thin…

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Can my web project proceed without an in-person discovery?

If there’s anything we’ve learned from our societal work-from-home experiment is that remote work can be just as effective and fun when it comes t…

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Let users be your guide as you guide users through web changes

Do you ever have ideas about your website but aren’t sure whether they’ll have traction? Maybe you’re pretty sure that you know what you’re do…

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How to improve your website in-between redesigns

With the average school waiting five years between redesigns, there’s much to be done in the meantime. (Five years is appallingly long, in most case…

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