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Studio Web is not . . . a portal For information on PAWS: The Future of Web Portals 2:45 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. Kachina. c. Studio Web is . . . a new approach to web site development and management 28 web sites – 8 months – 2 FTE. c. Agenda. Defining the problem Introducing Studio Web

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studio web is not
Studio Web is not . . .

a portal

For information on PAWS: The Future of Web Portals 2:45 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. Kachina

c

studio web is
Studio Web is . . .

a new approach to web site development and management

28 web sites – 8 months – 2 FTE

c

agenda
Agenda
  • Defining the problem
  • Introducing Studio Web
  • Building the sites
  • Assessing the outcome

c

the general problem
The General Problem
  • Inadequate web presence
  • Needs not being met

N

who is slas
Who is SLAS?
  • Student Life and Academic Services’ mission is to recruit new students and maximize each student’s college experience
  • SLAS encompasses approximately 30 departments -divided into 6 service areas
  • SLAS saw the web as an important tool for recruitment and retention

N

slas departments
SLAS Departments

3

Career Services

Center for Advising and Counseling

Center for Freshman Year

Center of Academic Success

Dean of Students

Enrollment Management

Evening School

Greek Affairs

Judicial Affairs

Leadership Studies

McNair Program

Mental Health Service

Office of Disability Services

Orientation and Spring Testing

Recreational Sports

Residential Life

Student Aid and Scholarships

Student Government

Student Health Center

Student Media

Student Organizations

Student Support Services

Student Union

Summer Scholars Program

Undergraduate Admissions

University College

University Registrar

Wellness Education

1

2

N

the slas perspective
The SLAS Perspective

Doris Collins

Associate Vice-Chancellor

Student Life and Academic Services

the challenge
The Challenge
  • Build 13 web sites in 5 months
  • Cooperation from departments
  • Listen to concerns/complaints
  • Solution for varying needs

N

limited resources
Limited Resources
  • One graphics designer
  • One web developer
  • Committed to other projects

The SLAS project was assigned to the customer service unit

N

legacy foundation
Legacy Foundation
  • The conviction that developing the SLAS sites sequentially and independently would not work
  • Experience developing legacy applications with too few people and skills

N

legacy success factors
Legacy Success Factors

What- the data infrastructure

How - the presentation layer

N

studio web
Studio Web

a new approach to web site development and management

N

agenda14
Agenda
  • Defining the problem
  • Introducing Studio Web
  • Building the sites
  • Assessing the outcome

c

introducing studio web
Introducing Studio Web
  • Guiding Objectives
  • Graphics Management
  • Content Management
  • Site Management
  • Benefits

c

guiding objectives
Guiding Objectives
  • Separate presentation layer from content layer
  • Automate repetitive and specialized tasks
collection
Collection

a function, topic or target audience that has significant lasting value to the web site

c

examples
Examples
  • Student Aid & Scholarships
    • Organized by topic
    • Federal Programs, Scholarships, Work Study
  • Orientation
    • Organized by audience
    • New Freshmen, Transfer Students, Families

c

collection19
Collection
  • the set of web pages related to a particular topic, function or target audience
  • the set of HTML objects used to describe the topic, function or target audience

c

scholarships html objects
Scholarships: HTML Objects

Title With Description

Title With Links

Navigator Element with Drop Down

c

html objects
HTML Objects
  • 20 HTML objects
  • Auto-detect

c

html objects23
HTML Objects

Generated on Initial Build

Generated When Image Available

c

advanced html objects
Advanced HTML Objects

Complex code, such as JavaScript for drop down menus, is also generated

c

introducing studio web26
Introducing Studio Web
  • Guiding Objectives
  • Graphics Management
  • Content Management
  • Site Management
  • Benefits

c

visual design
Visual Design
  • Unlimited number of graphics libraries
  • Five site layouts

N

visual design28
Visual Design

Studio Web also facilitates a robust visual design by supporting an unlimited number of graphics libraries and up to five site layouts

N

multi mode presentation
Multi-mode presentation
  • Graphics
  • Text
  • Mobile

Studio Web also facilitates a robust visual design by supporting an unlimited number of graphics libraries and up to five site layouts

N

introducing studio web34
Introducing Studio Web
  • Guiding Objectives
  • Graphics Management
  • Content Management
  • Site Management
  • Benefits

c

role based development
Role-based Development
  • Site Administrator
  • Graphics Designer
  • Content Manager

c

role based development36
Role-based Development

Site Administrator

c

role based development37
Role-based Development

Graphics Designer

c

role based development38
Role-based Development

Content Editor

c

distributed content collection
Distributed Content Collection

The site administrator does not have to intervene when new content is added to the web site

c

standards based development
Standards-based Development

Current University standards are supported and new standards are implemented easily

  • Functions like a template
  • Facilitates reuse of application code

c

introducing studio web45
Introducing Studio Web
  • Guiding Objectives
  • Graphics Management
  • Content Management
  • Site Management
  • Benefits

c

development workflow
Development Workflow
  • Linear
  • Parallel

N

traditional workflow
Traditional Workflow

Define

Process 1

Structure

Process 2

Design

Process 3

Develop

Process 4

Launch

Process 5

LINEAR

N

version control
Version Control
  • Production is separate from test
  • Backup/recovery capability
version control50
Version Control

Test

Pre-Production

Production

N

introducing studio web51
Introducing Studio Web
  • Guiding Objectives
  • Graphics Management
  • Content Management
  • Site Management
  • Benefits

c

benefits
Benefits
  • Stable Site Design
  • Reduced Learning Curve
  • Increased Productivity
  • Standardized Development

c

benefits53
Benefits
  • Multi-mode Presentation
  • Ease of Maintenance

c

agenda54
Agenda
  • Defining the problem
  • Introducing Studio Web
  • Building the sites
  • Assessing the outcome

c

building the sites
Building the Sites

More important than the tool used to create and manage the sites was the ability to get the job done!

N

phase 1
Phase 1
  • Develop SLAS main site
  • Develop prospective student sites
  • Model for other departmental sites
  • 13 sites developed

N

phase 2
Phase 2
  • Develop all other SLAS sites
  • 15 sites developed

N

additional features59
Additional Features
  • Search
  • Career Services, Center for Academic Success, Evening School, Hilltop Arboretum, LSU Union, Student Aid & Scholarships, Vice-Chancellor
  • Calendar
  • Center for Academic Success, Greek Affairs, Ronald McNair Program, Student Organizations, Undergraduate Admissions
  • Online Forms
  • Arden O. French, Career Services, Center for Academic Success, Center for Freshman Year, Evening School, Childcare Center, Disability Services, Ronald McNair Program, Student Support Services, Summer Scholars Program, Undergraduate Admissions
  • Video
  • Residential Life, Ronald McNair Program
  • Legacy System Integration
  • Residential Life

N

agenda72
Agenda
  • Defining the problem
  • Introducing Studio Web
  • Building the sites
  • Assessing the outcome

c

assessing the outcome
Assessing the Outcome
  • Feedback
  • Cost Effectiveness
  • Additional Sites

c

customer feedback
Customer Feedback
  • Evolving process
  • Assess solution success

N

sample questions
Sample Questions
  • Were you satisfied with the web application that was developed for your department?
  • Were you satisfied with the knowledge and skills of the team who served your department?
  • Were you satisfied with the time in completing your web site?
  • What could be done to improve the effectiveness in meeting your needs?

N

customer quotes
Customer Quotes

“The general template, the standard link bar, and the drop-downs are great. The overall appearance throughout our site is nice, clean, and consistent.”

The Evening School

“We were amazed how quickly they completed our task!”

Center for Advising and Counseling

“They listened carefully to us and developed a very good grasp of what would best serve our customers. I was impressed with how quickly they fielded our new page.”

University Registrar

“We have no complaints, and, in fact, every aspect of this project exceeded our expectations.”

Undergraduate Admissions

N

the slas perspective78
The SLAS Perspective

Doris Collins

Associate Vice-Chancellor

Student Life and Academic Services

assessing the outcome79
Assessing the Outcome
  • Feedback
  • Cost Effectiveness
  • Additional Sites

c

local quotes
Local Quotes
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Psychology

c

assessing the outcome83
Assessing the Outcome
  • Feedback
  • Cost Effectiveness
  • Additional Sites

c

additional sites
Additional Sites

Cadets of the Ole War Skule

Campus-Community Coalition for Change

Hilltop Arboretum

LSU Child Care Center

LSU Parking, Traffic & Transportation

LSU Police Department

LSU Salutes

Memorial Day Celebration

Memory and Narrative

Southern Review

Student Technical, Application and Resource Training (START)

Studio Web

N

studio web87
Studio Web

http://www.lsu.edu/studioweb

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