4 Ws of the WebLife project

WHAT?  WebLife is a redesign project that brings life back into our web presence by injecting mission-critical features highlighting stories, ideas, facts, and making navigation easier. Additionally, it emphasizes our three areas of focus: patient care, research, and academics. Arriving at the new main (home) web page, you are welcomed by large, warm, and inviting […]

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Your stories, our stories

I’ve not been lucky enough to meet Amy Yu, a soon-to-be graduate of the School of Medicine and recipient of the American Medical Association’s Physician of Tomorrow award, but she is certainly on my radar after she was featured on the university website in the Our Stories section last week. She’s a Stanford graduate with […]

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Fun with keywords: The words “doctor” vs. “physician” on the HSC website

The words “physician” and “doctor” seem interchangeable when you’re writing about medical doctors on a website for a health science center, but the two words are different in at least one important way: SEO. SEO, or search engine optimization, is basically a process of understanding the audience via their internet searches and implementing strategies to […]

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What’s with the hexagons?

After spending so much time in the design process of our new web pages, we’ve been eager to hear the reactions to the drastically different look of the university’s web presence. The colors are more vibrant and they’re deployed in different ways. The photos show the real emotions and the stories behind people who are […]

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‘Dawn of the Living Web’ earns top UT System award

Thanks to everyone who was involved this past fall in the production of “Dawn of the Living Web.” The WebLife Communications Change Management Team received the Chancellor’s Excellence in Internal Communications Award for its creative film production, “Dawn of the Living Web,” that promoted awareness, interest and involvement in the university’s new website initiative. The […]

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