If you've been paying attention to the tech world lately, you're aware of the rising emergence of artificial intelligence (AI). It's impacting on most industries in one way or another, including search!
Learn more about the process from the CALS/LAS web team to implement a new website theme provided by the university with the goal of creating a consistent user experience across all university websites!
Properly sizing your images on the web can feel like a big undertaking! Many people think the larger the image, the better quality they will have when showcasing it; however, this is not the case for websites. That's because images larger than 1 MB are known to slow down your webpage's load time. If a visitor has to wait for your images to load, they may move on from your website and try another! While best practice is to post high-quality images, it's important to find the balance between quality and load speed.
At the beginning of each month, CALS/LAS website owners receive a Siteimprove Monthly Accessibility Report by email, giving an update on the health of their sites. To help our website editors with a lot on their plates, we've broken down the report into sections and encourage those who can to take it one improvement at a time! Scroll to the corresponding month and get to work!
Do you feel nervous or anxious when you edit your website? Does the pesky negative self talk get started just thinking about a website change? Are you comfortable making website updates but only get time when everything is “on fire”? Good news - it doesn’t have to feel scary, annoying, or chaotic.
Thankfully, there are some easy tips to help you through website content management. In this post, we’ll explore a few easy concepts to help you understand, manage, and organize your website editing. Let’s get started!
Whether you have a newly launched website or a site whose content has seen fresher days, it's a great time to assess what information your visitors want, need, or aren't using and take appropriate action to improve it. For those not so "Type A" website owners who aren't as excited about "getting organized" and wondering if this post is relevant to your website, answer this simple question:Do you know exactly what content lives on your site and who owns it?
Building websites takes a great deal of maintenance and a deep understanding of users and their goals. So how do you, as a content editor, know what the user wants? The first step is understanding your monthly analytics report. We break down each section of the Matomo analytics report to give you insight into what the data can tell you.
One of the first steps to building a website is to determine what the goals for that site will be. Every website's content and structure should be built with the intent of getting the visitor to the desired action, or goal! Follow along for a step-by-step guide to getting started with goals.