There’s a common malady that pervades many school websites. It’s one we’ve all encountered at one time or another. It’s found on retail websites, commercial and non-profit websites, and yes, even school websites. We call it “Unfriendly Website Syndrome.”
Symptoms of this disorder incl
I don’t know about you, but I’d be lost without my calendar. Imagine your school trying to function without one. But what if your website school calendar is making it hard for your parents to access, connect with, and even trust the info they do find?
Having built and hosted school websites f
Ah, summer’s here. Time to kick back and get away from the grind, right?
Well, in between the trips to the beach and the Netflix binging, I recommend you take the time to do a little communications housekeeping. After reviewing the pressing topics that keep percolating among school communicator
If you’re in charge of your school website, or on the team that manages it, there’s a good chance you get an earful of suggestions on how to improve it. Most often, the complaints you get have to do with stale content or parents not being able to find what they’re looking for.
We get a vant
Your school website needs some help. You get the occasional feedback from a frustrated parent or staff member who can't find what they're looking for. But aside from fielding the occasional complaint, you have no way of really analyzing your website. Or do you? Enter Google Analytics. This article o
COMING SOON - Part of the beauty of a Campus Sites™ website from Campus Suite is that schools can choose from an ever-expanding array of design themes: customizable themes that make it easy for a school district to maintain branding standards across schools and throughout departments.
It's 2018 award season – Oscars, Grammys, Emmys, et al. But what about award-winning school website design? Is beauty in the eye of the beholder, or can we all agree what is a well-designed school website?
We all know what makes for bad design, for we've all been on bad school websites – but
Have you been reluctant to using Twitter for your school? Maybe you’ve tried it in the past and just haven’t gotten the hang of it? Now may be a good time to revisit the idea. It’s increasingly likely that your students, parents, faculty, and even interested community members are on Twitter, w
Website accessibility remediation: a phrase that can seem long, complicated and daunting; like something that’s muttered among a group of highly skilled Google employees or video game pros. Fortunately, it’s a string of big words that actually conveys a simple concept: the process of ensuring ev
Google, which seems to always have something new up its sleeve, has some changes in store for schools using Google Sites 'Classic' to manage their websites. Come 2018 (exact date TBA), changes to Google Sites mean changes for schools: changes that could affect – no make that will affect – how yo