Archive for the ‘Responsive Web Design’ Category

Top 3 findings in the #highered Analytics Benchmarking Report (Aug 2014)

October 1st, 2014 Karine Joly 20 Comments

Higher ed web analytics benchmarking & me: a long (love) story Since 2010 I’ve developed an unhealthy interest in anything related to the use of web analytics in higher education (long before we actually launched Higher Ed Experts’ 4-week online course on Web Analytics for Higher Ed) including several surveys on how you use Web […]

Behind the Scenes of #highered Responsive Redesigns: NC State

September 9th, 2014 Karine Joly 8 Comments

Several institutions have launched a redesigned responsive website over the past few weeks as I noted in my previous post: Redesigned & Responsive for Back-to-School: 6 new #highered websites. Since I know you are always interested in finding out about what goes into these big projects, I decided to ask a few questions to Luis […]

Redesigned & Responsive for Back-to-School: 6 new #highered websites

August 21st, 2014 Karine Joly 39 Comments

Redesign Season Summer is the season of special projects in higher education. When students and faculty members leave campus to have fun in the sun, digital professionals are usually hard at work on the big projects that always get pushed back during the academic year. That’s why we usually see a fresh crop of redesigned […]

Going Atomic for better #highered responsive websites?

June 4th, 2014 Karine Joly 4 Comments

Did you miss my May 2014 column about Atomic Design for University Business? Today’s post is a slightly longer version of what you missed with some added visuals to grab your attention ;-). Responsive Design Worflow: A Monster It’s a fact: responsive websites have become the solution of choice to address the challenge created by […]

What’s wrong with the redesigned Bucknell University website?

May 15th, 2014 Karine Joly 11 Comments

Bob Johnson and Gerry McGovern vs. Bucknell.edu I dont know about you, but when 2 consultants working in higher education, Bob Johnson and Gerry McGovern, take the time to publish 3 different posts on what’s wrong with the redesigned website of an institution AND Mark Greenfield tweets about it, it gets my attention. Harsh critique […]

Meet #hewebNE conference keynote: Jason Pamental on text vs. visuals, issues & #highered websites

April 22nd, 2014 Karine Joly 1 Comment

Helping you learn and grow in your higher ed career – no matter how you do it. That’s Higher Ed Experts’ motto! That’s why I spent my time chasing the latest trends, doing research, developing online programs (conferences & courses) as well as teaching. That’s also the reason why I’ve chosen – this year again […]

Meet #hewebpitt conference closing keynote: Brad Frost on Present-Friendly Web, Atomic Design & #highered websites

April 2nd, 2014 Karine Joly No Comments

Helping you learn and grow in your higher ed career – no matter how you do it. That’s Higher Ed Experts’ motto! That’s why I spent my time chasing the latest trends, doing research, developing online programs (conferences & courses) as well as teaching. That’s also the reason why I’ve chosen – this year again […]

Gone responsive in #highered: Rutgers School of Dental Medicine’s website

December 12th, 2013 Karine Joly No Comments

Rutgers School of Dental Medicine launched its redesigned responsive website in October. Thomas Minnefor was among the first higher ed professionals to take the 4-week online course on responsive web design taught by eduStyle Founder, Stewart Foss.. I’m always excited to learn about new responsive sites in higher ed, but it’s even more exciting when […]

2013 E-Expectations NL Report: Top 7 most interesting findings for #highered

July 16th, 2013 Karine Joly No Comments

The brand new Noel-Levitz report on the E-expectations of college bound seniors and juniors has been released this morning. I had the opportunity to review it several times as Stephanie Geyer from Noel-Levitz emailed me a copy of the final report a couple of weeks ago after I promised (crossed my heart and everything) to […]

Help to make the case for a #highered responsive website

May 10th, 2013 Karine Joly 1 Comment

If you don’t have a responsive website yet and you’re reading this post, chances are you are working on it or are convinced this is the way to go with your higher ed website. However, some of you might work for institutions where the pros and cons of responsive websites are still debated. Well, fire […]

“Get your #highered content ready for responsive design” says Sara Wachter-Boettcher, book author & @alistapart editor-in-chief

April 16th, 2013 Karine Joly No Comments

Sara Wachter-Boettcher to present about Higher Ed Responsive Websites According to the 2013 State of Mobile & Responsive Web in Higher Ed report, 51% of surveyed institutions have already embraced responsive web design techniques as a mobile solution. While responsive websites offer a flexible device-independent solution, they do come with their own set of content […]

The 2013 State of Mobile & Responsive Web in #highered [FULL REPORT]

April 10th, 2013 Karine Joly No Comments

How higher ed is doing with the mobile & responsive web? This is the question that the 3rd edition of the State of the Mobile and Responsive Web in Higher Ed survey report answers in a 12-page document – including results and charts. This open and independent research work is supported by Higher Ed Experts […]

Responsive web design has become the top mobile solution for #highered [SURVEY]

April 8th, 2013 Karine Joly No Comments

The State of the Mobile & Responsive Web in Higher Ed Survey As I explained in my post about mobile and web traffic increasing shares on university and college websites last week, the analysis of the survey results on the 2013 State of Web and Responsive Web in Higher Ed is now completed. The 12-page […]

Mobile and tablet web traffic shares on the rise in #highered [REPORT]

April 4th, 2013 Karine Joly No Comments

The State of the Mobile & Responsive Web in Higher Ed Survey I’ve finally analyzed the results of the 2013 State of Web and Responsive Web in Higher Ed Survey. The 3rd edition of this yearly survey was completed from January 8, 2013 to February 15, 2013 by 174 professionals working mainly in the marketing, […]

Gone responsive in #highered: The University of Vermont’s website (@uvmvermont)

January 31st, 2013 Karine Joly No Comments

The University of Vermont launched its redesigned responsive website a couple of weeks ago. Tatjana Salcedo was among the first higher ed professionals to take the 4-week online course on responsive web design taught by eduStyle Founder, Stewart Foss.. I’m always excited to learn about new RWD sites in higher ed, but it’s even more […]

7 digital trends that will shape 2013 in #highered

January 14th, 2013 Karine Joly 1 Comment

Did you know that I’ve been writing the Internet Technologies column for University Business for 7 years? This is from this perspective that I wrote back in December my column for the January issue of the magazine, a column looking at what’s to come for the New Year. This article, Digital and Web in Higher […]