College Website Redesign: 5 Webcasts to Get You Started

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College Website Redesign: 5 Webcasts to Get You Started

man watching video on tabletOverbooked calendars make it hard to catch scheduled webcasts, so we put together a list of top webcasts that you can watch anytime. College Website Redesign: 5 Webcasts to Get You Started is also an ideal list to share with peers in marketing, admissions, and IT, especially if your institution is planning a website redesign in the near future.

1. Serenity Now: Redesigning a Website in One Year or Less

Angela Cavaliere and Amelia Fox from Montgomery County Community College in Pennsylvania share how to navigate project timelines, conduct user testing, and rewrite content to incorporate a new brand to meet a rigorous one-year deadline for a college website redesign.

2. Sustainable Redesign

Lin Larson, digital strategist for Stamats, delves into the website redesign process and shares how your team can learn to balance ambitious goals with day-to-day realities.

3. Accessibility Compliance: Making Sense of ADA, 504, 508, and WCAG

Making sense of myriad guidelines and laws governing accessibility seems impossible, but Robert Heyser from Tarrant County College in Texas simplifies the jargon with an easy-to-understand overview. Heyser also shares free tools to better test your site for accessibility compliance.

4. The Road to Redesign: How to Avoid the Potholes, Tollways, and Speed Bumps

When managed properly, a website redesign can be a worthwhile investment of both time and money. Robert Heyser and Samantha Windschitl from Tarrant County College in Texas discuss how to begin a website redesign process, creating content for marketing personas, and the importance of content audits and usability testing.

5. Cleaning Up Your Content: Preparing for a CMS Launch

Learn what to keep, revise, merge, or delete from your content library. Caroline Roberts from iFactory shares insights and best practices for migrating content from an existing site to a newly redesigned one.


There are many facets to a website redesign. Educate yourself so that you are prepared for tackling your school’s next project. Check out these additional resources:

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