Because the management department houses several large majors and minors, the redesign team made providing a clear and streamlined user experience a top priority. They accomplished this by carefully organizing the website and strategically emphasizing key benefits, such as the department’s focus on gaining real-world experience.
- Management, entertainment management and entrepreneurship students enjoy a number of practical outlets for the skills they learn in class. The redesigned website highlights this benefit through text and makes it easier for students to find information regarding internships and service-learning events.
- The student opportunities section houses much of this information, including extensive resources regarding the entertainment management internship program.
Staff lead and content: Don Hendricks, director of University communications
Design: Veronica Adinegara, publications senior graphic designer
Implementation: Hannah Morrison and Ted Ostapko, Web and new media student workers, with oversight by Brian Heaton, content management programmer/analyst, and Sara Clark, director of Web and new media
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- Recap: 2016 Public Affairs Convocation on social media - November 9, 2016
- Free training for websites, blogs and social media - November 2, 2016
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- Free photo opportunity for faculty and staff - August 24, 2016
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- Free photo opportunity for faculty and staff - June 17, 2016
- Free photo opportunity for faculty and staff - April 7, 2016
- Recap: Student work featured - January 11, 2016
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