We showcase some recent website developments, talk about the importance of providing captions with videos, discuss how users find web content and give you some tips on how to use images successfully on your web pages.
Accessibility is about making sure that everyone can access information on our website. If someone cannot hear information presented in a video then we must present that information to them in another way. Adding captions to video or providing a text transcript ensures that someone who cannot hear the message… Read Videos should have captions
Providing support to our web publishing community is just one of the responsibilities of the Web Team. We also work on continuous improvement to the site in terms of usability, responsive design, functionality, accessibility, design and quality assurance. The following are just some of the improvements we have implemented lately.Web… Read New developments
There is some great information on the web to help in your role as a web publisher. We provide links to some websites or articles which will connect you to best-practice standards, helpful tips and guidelines. If you come across some others please forward them on so we can share… Read Selections from the web
Finding what you're looking for on a website can be hard sometimes especially when page titles or headings aren't clear and concise. This is why it is important that we think of how our users will find this content (not just how we would find it). They may find this… Read How users find your content
High-quality and relevant images used carefully on your web page are crucial in creating an engaging and interesting page that reinforces the message you are trying to convey to your audience. Poorly chosen and excessive images cause distraction and reduce the impact of your page. Your aim should always be… Read Using images successfully
FedUni has a distributed web publisher model where web content initiation, approval, publishing, review and archiving is managed by each faculty/centre/business area. This model is popular in large organisations where there is a large volume of web publishing activity. Rather than directing requests through a small central web team each… Read Web publishing roles