Dey Alexander Usability Specialist, Web Resources and Development (ITS) (If printing, print notes as well as slides) Introducing the Monash Web style guide and templates Overview Background: redesign of the Monash website New Monash brand Brand architecture drives web architecture
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Introducing the Monash Web style guide and templates
Background: redesign of the Monash website
New Monash brand
Brand architecture drives web architecture
Generic and customised templates
Web style guide
Moving into the new design
User needs analysis
Business goals and objectives
Content and IA review
UI and navigation design
Monitor userand business feedback
Manage design rollout
Summative usability testing
Faculty (discipline group) brands(includes a faculty colour)
Adobe logo – what does its location imply?
“Products” – what do size and location imply?
“Print and web” – what does the size and location of this imply? What about the items nested beneath it?
Masterbrand – same logo, colour, global navigation
Faculties – 10 logos, 10 colours, 10 sets of global navigation
Sub-brands – unique logos, unique global navigation, shared colour