It is that time of year. The time when we look back and think about all the changes that have taken place in content management and digital experience. We’ve covered a lot on the blog this year; we hope you enjoyed reading it as much as we did writing it. While we’d love for you to take the time to digest everything again, there are ten that we know we’ll appreciate reading again (or maybe for the first time!). We hope you enjoy!
Ingeniux works closely with higher education institutes on their digital experiences. From implementing a new content management system to redeveloping the web experience or creating a student portal, we understand the opportunities and challenges unique to this market. To help us continue to provide technology and strategic advice, we’re introducing a new member of the higher education team at Ingeniux.
There are many reasons to implement a new web experience, and they don’t all relate to a bad design. Whatever is driving the need to implement a new website experience, there are several ways you can approach your project, each with a set of advantages and disadvantages that you should carefully consider before moving forward. In this blog we take a look at the four implementation approaches we take at Ingeniux and what you should know about each of them.
The Ingeniux User Conference, which took place July 24-26, 2019, brought us three days of informative sessions, great networking opportunities, and enlightening keynotes. Each year, the conference gives us an opportunity to connect with Ingeniux customers in-person, listen to their feedback, and get to know the Ingeniux user community. Read highlights from the 2019 event and find information on the 2020 conference!
Managing content across multiple systems is a headache. The more content, the more systems, the bigger the headache. Ultimate Software experienced this first-hand and decided to do something about it. They knew what they wanted to do: Unify their content library in a single application and deliver that content wherever necessary. But that’s not all, they also needed a solution that could support multiple authors, enable content reuse, provide metadata, integrate with third-party applications, and more. It may sound impossible – but we can assure you that it is not. Find out how Ultiamte Software broke down content silos by building a Unified Content Repository in this recap of an Ingeniux webinar.
Is your company employing user-centered design to create products and solutions that your employees and end-users actually use? If not, you should be. This approach is changing the way we design products and solutions – and it’s changing our outputs for the better. Learn more about human-centered design, research methods and how the way we design is changing.
Do you have PRSD? That’s the question Dan MacArthur, Director of Web Communications at Susquehanna University asked his audience at the eduWeb Conference. PRSD stands for Post-Redesign Stress Disorder, and MacArthur knows a little bit about it – he survived one full redesign and swore he’d put off doing another one as long as possible. Discover the team, tools, and partners you'll need to break free of the dreaded redesign cycle.
Most colleges and universities prioritize having an outstanding website – and that means an outstanding web team – to boost the institutions brand, publish great content, and attract and engage site visitors. After all, the website is often the first touchpoint many people have with a school. But what does that web team look like and how can you maximize their impact without draining precious time, resources, and funds? That's where a good CMS partner comes in. In this article, Dan MacArthur from Susquehanna University provides his first-hand experience working on a Higher Education web team. Find out why a good CMS partner is important - and how you'll know when you've found the right one.