A decade ago, when Dartmouth selected the web content management system (CMS) OmniUpdate, the criteria and choices were quite different. In the early 2000s, some of the sophisticated CMSes familiar today (OmniUpdate, WordPress, Dot.Net.Nuke, Drupal, Expression Engine) were just getting … Continue reading
Comparing a website to a house is barely an abstraction. When building websites we use words like blueprint, architecture, structure, and making paths to describe the process of creation and use. Similar to our homes, websites create spaces and places where we … Continue reading
Even if you use Dartmouth’s website every day, here a few things you probably didn’t know … 1. Average number of pageviews on home page per day: 39,166 2. Average number of page views on all of Dartmouth.edu per day: 371,903 3. … Continue reading
Here’s a great article about .edu websites from the Brick Factory, a digital agency based in Washington, DC. Do you have any favorites? Perhaps next year, Dartmouth will be on this list!
The new Dartmouth.edu design will be responsive! Just what does that mean? Two strategies known as “forking” and “responsive web design” fuel the cultural and technical debate on the best methods for addressing the needs of an increasingly mobile audience. … Continue reading
Greetings from Digital Pulp in New York City! We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to help Dartmouth design a new Web presence, and though we’ve only scratched the surface of the project, we’re already having an amazing time. Ian Hall … Continue reading