Dawn of the Living Web
Thanks to everyone who joined us Oct. 31 for the #WebLifePremiere event in the Holly Auditorium! There’s still time to fill out the event survey for a chance to win a $25 Starbucks gift card. We encourage your feedback on the event, and your questions and comments about our plans for WebLife — please add your comments below. For […]Read More
Don’t miss #WebLifePremiere today!
Join us for the #WebLifePremiere event, coming exclusively to Holly Auditorium from 11:30 am – 12:15 pm today! Enjoy a comedy fright film produced by Creative Media Services. You’ll also have a chance to win a $100 gift card from Amazon.com. Enjoy movie-style refreshments. Wear your favorite costume, and join the conversation with the hashtag […]Read More
Oct. 31 spooktacular WebLife premiere/discussion looks at winning Web ‘apocalypse’ on campus
What if our UT Health Science Center website became so unusable, impractical and outdated that it rendered our faculty, staff, students helpless to maintain our mission of “making lives better?” Frightening thought, huh? At 11:30 a.m. On Thursday, Oct. 31, exclusively in the Holly Auditorium, learn how you can be a part of ensuring our […]Read More
A case study in analytics we can all learn from
At it’s most basic, a website is a product. In addition it can also be a destination and an experience. Extremely well designed products often go down in memory, transcending the thing itself. But products like that don’t just happen. They’re the result of careful research and a lot of work. Take for example the […]Read More
Tell us about your student experience, get a chance to win!
Students, we’re again looking for your help as we work to make your HSC online experience awesome. Please take a short 10-minute survey to tell us about your experiences at the Health Science Center, and with our website. Complete the survey by 11:59pm on Monday, October 14 Friday, October 18, and you’ll be entered into a […]Read More
How wireframes help advance our mission
The WebLife project allows us all at the Health Science Center to ask some important questions. In an effort to advance our mission, do we want our website to invite people in to read more stories about how “we make lives better” in our community? How are visitors/users of our website going to interact with […]Read More
Students needed for social media focus group
Students: we need your help! We’re looking for a half-dozen students who are willing to join us for an hour-long discussion this coming Thursday, October 10, from 11:30am to 12:30pm. The topic of the discussion will be social media: how students use social media, and how the University can use social media to support and […]Read More