Studio Web is not . . . an entry For data on PAWS: The Future of Web Portals 2:45 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. Kachina cSlide 3
Studio Web is . . . another way to deal with site advancement and administration 28 sites – 8 months – 2 FTE cSlide 4
Agenda Defining the issue Introducing Studio Web Building the destinations Assessing the result cSlide 5
The General Problem Inadequate web nearness Needs not being met NSlide 6
Who is SLAS? Understudy Life and Academic Services\' central goal is to select new understudies and augment every understudy\'s school experience SLAS includes roughly 30 divisions - isolated into 6 administration zones SLAS saw the web as a critical instrument for enlistment and maintenance NSlide 7
SLAS Departments 3 Career Services Center for Advising and Counseling Center for Freshman Year Center of Academic Success Dean of Students Enrollment Management Evening School Greek Affairs Judicial Affairs Leadership Studies McNair Program Mental Health Service Office of Disability Services Orientation and Spring Testing Recreational Sports Residential Life Student Aid and Scholarships Student Government Student Health Center Student Media Student Organizations Student Support Services Student Union Summer Scholars Program Undergraduate Admissions University College University Registrar Wellness Education 1 2 NSlide 8
The SLAS Perspective Doris Collins Associate Vice-Chancellor Student Life and Academic ServicesSlide 9
The Challenge Build 13 sites in 5 months Cooperation from offices Listen to concerns/dissensions Solution for shifting needs NSlide 10
Limited Resources One representation planner One web engineer Committed to different activities The SLAS undertaking was allocated to the client administration unit NSlide 11
Legacy Foundation The conviction that building up the SLAS destinations successively and freely would not work Experience creating legacy applications with excessively few individuals and aptitudes NSlide 12
Legacy Success Factors What - the information base How - the presentation layer NSlide 13
Studio Web another way to deal with site improvement and administration NSlide 14
Agenda Defining the issue Introducing Studio Web Building the locales Assessing the result cSlide 15
Introducing Studio Web Guiding Objectives Graphics Management Content Management Site Management Benefits cSlide 16
Guiding Objectives Separate presentation layer from substance layer Automate monotonous and specific errandsSlide 17
Collection a capacity, subject or target group of onlookers that has huge enduring quality to the site cSlide 18
Examples Student Aid & Scholarships Organized by theme Federal Programs, Scholarships, Work Study Orientation Organized by gathering of people New Freshmen, Transfer Students, Families cSlide 19
Collection the arrangement of site pages identified with a specific point, capacity or target crowd the arrangement of HTML articles used to depict the point, capacity or target gathering of people cSlide 20
Scholarships: PagesSlide 21
Scholarships: HTML Objects Title With Description Title With Links Navigator Element with Drop Down cSlide 22
HTML Objects 20 HTML objects Auto-identify cSlide 23
HTML Objects Generated on Initial Build Generated When Image Available cSlide 24
Advanced HTML Objects cSlide 26
Introducing Studio Web Guiding Objectives Graphics Management Content Management Site Management Benefits cSlide 27
Visual Design Unlimited number of illustrations libraries Five website formats NSlide 28
Visual Design Studio Web additionally encourages a strong visual outline by supporting a boundless number of design libraries and up to five webpage designs NSlide 29
Visual Design NSlide 30
Multi-mode presentation Graphics Text Mobile Studio Web additionally encourages a vigorous visual configuration by supporting a boundless number of illustrations libraries and up to five webpage designs NSlide 31
Union – Graphics VersionSlide 32
Union – Text VersionSlide 33
Union – Mobile Version NSlide 34
Introducing Studio Web Guiding Objectives Graphics Management Content Management Site Management Benefits cSlide 35
Role-based Development Site Administrator Graphics Designer Content Manager cSlide 36
Role-based Development Site Administrator cSlide 37
Role-based Development Graphics Designer cSlide 38
Role-based Development Content Editor cSlide 39
Distributed Content Collection The webpage executive does not need to mediate when new substance is added to the site cSlide 40
Distributed Content Collection cSlide 41
Distributed Content Collection cSlide 42
Standards-based Development Current University norms are bolstered and new gauges are actualized effectively Functions like a layout Facilitates reuse of use code cSlide 43
LSU Footer cSlide 44
Development Workflow Linear Parallel NSlide 47
Traditional Workflow Define Process 1 Structure Process 2 Design Process 3 Develop Process 4 Launch Process 5 LINEAR NSlide 48
Studio Web Workflow NSlide 49
Version Control Production is separate from test Backup/recuperation abilitySlide 50
Version Control Test Pre Production NSlide 51
Benefits Stable Site Design Reduced Learning Curve Increased Productivity Standardized Development cSlide 53
Benefits Multi-mode Presentation Ease of Maintenance cSlide 54
Agenda Defining the issue Introducing Studio Web Building the destinations Assessing the result cSlide 55
Building the Sites More imperative than the apparatus used to make and deal with the locales was the capacity to take care of business! NSlide 56
Phase 1 Develop SLAS fundamental webpage Develop forthcoming understudy destinations Model for other departmental locales 13 locales created NSlide 57
Phase 2 Develop all different SLAS destinations 15 locales created NSlide 58
Additional Features NSlide 59
Additional Features Search Career Services, Center for Academic Success, Evening School, Hilltop Arboretum, LSU Union, Student Aid & Scholarships, Vice-Chancellor Calendar Center for Academic Success, Greek Affairs, Ronald McNair Program, Student Organizations, Undergraduate Admissions Online Forms Arden O. French, Career Services, Center for Academic Success, Center for Freshman Year, Evening School, Childcare Center, Disability Services, Ronald McNair Program, Student Support Services, Summer Scholars Program, Undergraduate Admissions Video Residential Life, Ronald McNair Program Legacy System Integration Residential Life NSlide 60
Legacy IntegrationSlide 61
Legacy IntegrationSlide 62
Legacy IntegrationSlide 63
Sites NSlide 64
University RegistrarSlide 65
Undergraduate AdmissionsSlide 66
Career ServicesSlide 67
Greek AffairsSlide 68
Student Health CenterSlide 69
Student OrganizationsSlide 70
Arden O. FrenchSlide 72
Agenda Defining the issue Introducing Studio Web Building the locales Assessing the result cSlide 73
Assessing the Outcome Feedback Cost Effectiveness Additional Sites cSlide 74
Customer Feedback Evolving process Assess arrangement achievement NSlide 75
Sample Questions Were you fulfilled by the web application that was produced for your area of expertise? Is it safe to say that you were fulfilled by the information and abilities of the group who served your area of expertise? Is it safe to say that you were fulfilled by the time in finishing your site? What should be possible to enhance the adequacy in addressing your needs? NSlide 76
Responses NSlide 77
Customer Quotes "The general format, the standard connection bar, and the drop-downs are awesome. The general appearance all through our site is decent, clean, and steady." The Evening School "We were astounded how rapidly they finished our errand!" Center for Advising and Counseling "They listened deliberately to us and built up a decent handle of what might best serve our clients. I was inspired with how rapidly they handled our new page." University Registrar "We have no objections, and, indeed, every part of this task surpassed our desires." Undergraduate Admissions NSlide 78
The SLAS Perspective Doris Collins Associate Vice-Chancellor Student Life and Academic ServicesSlide 79
Assessing the Outcome Feedback Cost Effectiveness Additional Sites cSlide 80
How much did it cost? cSlide 81
How can it look at? cSlide 82
Local Quotes Mechanical Engineering Psychology cSlide 83
Assessing the Outcome Feedback Cost Effectiveness Additional Sites cSlide 84
Additional Sites Cadets of the Ole War Skule Campus-Community Coalition for Change Hilltop Arboretum LSU Child Care Center LSU Parking, Traffic & Transportation LSU Police Department LSU Salutes Memorial Day Celebration Memory and Narrative Southern Review Student Technical, Application and Resource Training (START) Studio Web NSlide 85
The Southern ReviewSlide 86
Studio Web http://www.lsu.edu/studiowebSlide 88
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