Web Standards Group
The WSG is a campus-wide forum whose membership is drawn from Web developers, designers, and administrators across campus. It was formed in May 2005 with a twofold task: to recommend a set of Web guidelines and best practices that could be endorsed as standards for UCSB campus Web sites, and to develop a central campus resource for disseminating information on these guidelines, as well as other Web-related resources and tools. These guidelines and resources can be found in the UCSB Web Guide.
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If you want to start a discussion or connect with additional campus members please join and see the RACK discussion forums in Gauchospace.
IT Manager, Campus Design and Facilities
Evaluating Facilities Work Ticket Management Systems
ARIT Business Systems Developer and WSG Co-chair
Creation of UCSB’s Interactive and Mobile-Friendly Dining Commons Menu
ETS Software Engineer
Maintain, Modernize or Migrate? An Iterative for migrating legacy systems
WHAT IS THAT GREEN LOCK
AND WHY IS IT SO IMPORTANT?
WSG Co-chair and ARIT Business Systems Developer
GauchoCast presentation recap:
As of 04-23-2015 the UCSB Web Standards Group has a github organization presence at https://github.com/ucsb-wsg
Date and Time: April 7, 2015 - 10:30am - 12:00pm
Location: 2110 Kerr Hall
Your website plan has pages, a navigation menu, and the logo in the right place – so you’re done, right? Before you invest valuable time into developing a site, it’s important to make sure you’ve walked a mile in the shoes of your site users. That’s where some basic User Experience, or UX, skills will come in handy. UX is critical to meeting your unit’s business goals, serving your audiences well, and ultimately creating a sustainable website that will help not hinder the end user. In this practical overview workshop, Melissa Van De Werfhorst will cover basic user psychology, identifying your audiences, predicting user behavior, smart information architecture, copy writing, and data analysis. Workshop content will be tailored to the reality of a typical website development process at UCSB.
This workshop is free and open to all UCSB campus employees. Registration is limited to 30 participants. Pre-registration is required. Sign up online at https://learningcenter.ucsb.edu (log in with your UCSBNetID and search for "ux"). For questions, send email to email@example.com.
Melissa Van De Werfhorst is the Marketing Manager at the UCSB College of Engineering