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Building Stronger Relationships and Empowering Website Editors through Customized CMS Training

Building Stronger Relationships and Empowering Website Editors through Customized CMS Training

Posted by  | Mobile, Training & Governance, Usability/Accessibility

What You Need to Know: The Web Services Unit of the Internet Strategy Team has introduced a new training course for editors of hopkinsmedicine.org. Attendees completing the course gain the ability to navigate the CMS interface; create/edit folders and pages; format page content (headings, links, lists, tables); and insert and style images. Attendees gain knowledge(...)

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The Reason for Responsive Web Design

The Reason for Responsive Web Design

Posted by  | Design, Mobile

Look around you, and I'll bet you'll see people accessing the Web on a variety of different devices, most of which have different screen sizes: a 5-inch iPhone, a 7-inch Android tablet, a 13-inch laptop. The ways people access the Web can no longer be easily divided into just desktop versus mobile phone. When we(...)

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Relaunch of the Health Information Library

Posted by  | Design, Mobile

Today marks the relaunch of our Health Information Library in a future-friendly, mobile-compatible format—what is considered “responsive design." The concept is simple: build fluid templates, and fluid content, in order to serve the same page to all devices big or small. Easy in concept, a little tricky in the actual implementation.

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