A good week on the web
The Web Communications team has been busy making updates, launching sites and improving the web experience for its users. In case you missed it, here are some of the items we’ve been working on this week.
# New string series launched on wayne.edu
Every two weeks the Marketing and Communications team launches a new page that includes curated condensed articles that are all related to one topic. These new pages are called “strings”. This weeks string is focused on Creative Warriors featuring stories on healing through the arts, Jazz musicians in Detroit and community art projects.
All of the string stories showcase the work that is being done by our faculty, students and alumni.
The next string launches on Monday, October 16.
# Facebook Live event featuring WSU Press
The social media team took you behind the scenes of the WSU Press office. A guided tour from their staff takes you from the front office to the warehouse and all the steps in between in publishing a new book.
This Live event is the first of many to come. Future events will feature sneak peeks and behind the scenes looks at our Warriors in Action.
Follow us on Facebook (opens new window) for announcements of the next live event.
# Older sites migrated to a new server
All summer and into the fall our developers have been migrating sites off of an older server onto a newer, faster, and more secure environment. At the start of the project, there were over 200 sites to move and now they are down about 20. This week they have migrated:
- https://police.wayne.edu/ (opens new window)
- https://hr.wayne.edu/ (opens new window)
- https://livinggreen.wayne.edu/ (opens new window)
- https://reg.wayne.edu/ (opens new window)
- https://policies.wayne.edu/ (opens new window)
- https://govaffairs.wayne.edu/ (opens new window)
- https://mcuaaar.wayne.edu/ (opens new window)
# Big things to come…
If you’ve been by the Marketing and Communications office lately, you may have felt a buzz in the air or maybe you’ve seen many us running around campus with film crews, or outside measuring light poles or witnessed some other fairly odd behavior. Well soon all will be revealed, but until then, the entire Web Communications Team is busy making sure all the web assets are in order to support this great undertaking by Marketing and Communications. If you are dying to know what we’re up to, follow us on the University’s social channels and you’ll get an exclusive first look on October 15.