It’s been a few years since we’ve had an upgrade to our web content management system (CMS), but we’re pleased to announce that we’re going to be moving to a new version soon.
Our web content should be easy for everyone to access, but we need to be specifically mindful that we don’t exclude people with accessibility needs. While we’ve always tried to make the website work as well as possible for everyone, we’re conscious that it’s not as accessible as it should be, and new legislation has … Continue reading Improving the accessibility of our website
The concept of zones was introduced to campus last year, when new signage was put up that divided campus up into ten coloured areas. This was done as part of the University’s Wayfinding and Signage project. Last month we launched an updated version of our online map, which now uses the same zone system and … Continue reading Getting in the zone: aligning our online map with the campus signage
If you’ve visited the website for the 2019 York Festival of Ideas, you may have noticed that it has a brand new look. This post describes the process of designing the new site, and the new functionality we’ve developed for event listings in the web CMS as part of the project.