Is your department ready to build a new site or converting your current site into the RedDot content management system? View tips on how to use a Web site to inform your constituents and the steps to necessary to build a new site.
Since Southeast uses a centralized system to manage its various department Web sites, departments share responsibility with the Web Design & Support team to keep their sites updated. Here you can see a break-down of who does what in the effort to put Southeast’s best face forward on the Web.
Look here to find the answers to the most common questions about Web sites at Southeast and RedDot, the system we use to build them.
Here you can find a collection of reference materials and tutorials that will help you make the most out of your work in the University’s content management system. You can view step-by-step tutorial videos that show you exactly how to perform key tasks and download a printable reference manual for your desk. There is also a style guide that will help you when writing text for your Web site.
Over the last few years, the Internet has revolutionized communication in a way unmatched since the printing press. People now expect a two-way conversation instead of just absorbing messages thrown at them by media and advertisers. It has never been easier to keep in touch with the people, ideas, products and institutions that you’re interested in. This whole movement towards connectivity and dialogue is summed up as “social media,” and it is redefining the rules of communication.
Web Design & Support does not build Web sites for student organizations. But you can follow this link to find out who you do need to talk to to get it done.
We're always available to help you and answer any questions that you have. Feel free to contact us any time you have a question or concern.
Now, more than ever, users expect a rich multi-media experience on the Web. Web Design & Support can work with you to harness the wide variety of tools that exist to communicate your message using videos, podcasts and more.