Half of good food preparation is presentation, and the same is true for our work in the Communications team. As part of the rebrand of the University’s in-house caterer from Cucina to Campus Kitchen, we’ve rebuilt their web pages and streamlined the content. And added more pictures of cake.
It’s another bold step for one of the University’s most recognised publications. Our Postgraduate Prospectus 2022 follows hot on the heels of the UG Prospectus with some pretty sizable changes of its own.
We’re making sure York’s environmental research and sustainability efforts are recognised as the world prepares for one of the most pivotal moments in the fight against climate change.
The Communications Support team strives to offer the best service to University colleagues. To do that, we’re going to be introducing improvements to our processes, training and guidance.
We’ve all heard about videos that required loads of time and effort to create, but just didn’t receive enough views to have the desired impact and get results. So, what can we do to avoid this happening and ensure the video you produce does exactly what it was created for, while receiving the sort of … Continue reading How to really get results from your next video project
Hot off the press, our new-look Undergraduate Prospectus 2022 is out now – and we’ve got some sizable changes to tell you about.
The success measures of Search Engine Optimisation are often divided into three categories; technical, user experience and content. This is a really helpful way of showing that we all contribute to SEO success. There’s actually a lot that can be done by our content creators to give our pages the best possible chance for success. … Continue reading Creating SEO friendly web pages
Our videographer Joe has been with us for a number of years working on a wide variety of projects, ranging from accommodation, graduation, York Unlimited, departmental projects, and the list goes on… and on!
Last month we carried out our first remote usability testing. I was worried that it wouldn’t work as well as when we run them in person, but it turned out to be easier to organise, and just as much fun.
We’re reaching the end of our project to improve the accessibility of the CMS templates we use on the York website, and we’re pleased to report that we’ve made some significant progress.