Dental patient care website goes live on July 1

[Update, 7/1/2014: The new UT Dentistry site is now live — we invite you to explore, and submit your feedback as comments on this post or using the “Questions? Comments?” button above.] WebLife’s biggest rollout of new web pages, to date, happens July 1, when the new dental patient care site goes live. Translation for […]

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Photo options: Here’s looking at you

A 10-minute  presentation on effective ways to engage readers through photos has had a profound effect on the WebLife production team. David Anderson, director of strategic digital communications at University of Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, in an online seminar sponsored by Higher Ed Experts, told us to choose photos with people first […]

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How DrupalCon 2014 will help WebLife

Hello Drupal! It was pleasure to make your acquaintance at this years’ 2014 DrupalCon conference in Austin, Texas. DrupalCon is an exciting whirlwind of events, providing educational and networking opportunities for people who use Drupal’s content management system (CMS). This is important to us at the UT Health Science Center San Antonio and especially at […]

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Thinking about accessibility on our web pages

A few days ago I was casually speaking with a co-worker and noticed she was left handed.  I commented on it and she proceeded to tell me how some things are challenging for left-handed people.  For example, most tools, string instruments, computer keyboards and even scissors, to name a few, are designed for right-handed people.  […]

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