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 […]Read More
‘Ask WebLife’: more homepage answers
Today we continue our “Ask WebLife” series by answering some additional questions we’ve received about the new homepage design. Q. How does this design reflect the findings of the research you described previously? A. Our interviews, observational studies and survey results indicated that prospective patients want the following in a health care provider’s website: Clear […]Read More
Your stories, reality = content
Bill Gates said it — “Content is king” — in an essay he wrote nearly 20 years go. In today’s digital world, that statement still holds true. Everyone has stories to tell, including YOU! And, when it comes to the Internet and the development of our new website, we need the stories you’re most proud […]Read More
This New Year just ‘Ask WebLife’
Happy New Year! We’re starting the new year off with more answers for you from our “Ask WebLife” series, featuring answers to the questions we’re receiving from the campus community. In this edition, we also answer more questions about the new homepage design that rolled out last month. Q. How will this design improve the […]Read More
‘Ask WebLife’ continues as your trusty source for answers
Last week, we rolled out our new UT Health Science Center homepage. Many of you took notice and had questions. So we’re continuing our Ask WebLife series — a set of frequently asked questions and their answers — to help you learn more about and understand the WebLife initiative and its goals. Here are more of your […]Read More
“Ask WebLife” – Homepage rollout edition
This morning we rolled out the Health Science Center’s new homepage — the first of many rollouts to come. We know you and your colleagues may have questions about the new homepage, so we’re continuing our “Ask WebLife” series with some answers specifically about the new homepage: Q: “What were your main goals when designing […]Read More
‘Ask WebLife.’ You’ll be glad you did.
Do you ask, “What’s WebLife?” Do you wonder how it’ll make a difference for you at the Health Science Center? To answer your most pressing questions, we’re introducing the “Ask WebLife” series – a set of frequently asked questions and their answers – to help you learn more about and understand the WebLife initiative and […]Read More