Usability/Accessibility

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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Hopkinsmedicine.org Home Page Redesigned

Posted by  | Design, Usability/Accessibility

If you’ve visited the Johns Hopkins Medicine Website recently, you probably noticed a newly redesigned home page with new tools for searching and accessing the health system and the School of Medicine. Additionally, the page features expanded storytelling, videos and information, and social media activity. What’s New on the Home Page We wanted to bring(...)

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The Benefits of a Shared Institutional Web Site: hopkinsmedicine.org

Posted by  | Content Strategy, Design, Navigation, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Usability/Accessibility

The primary goal of the Internet Strategy & Web Services team is to build a single enterprise web site that represents the research, patient care and educational aspects of Johns Hopkins Medicine and the School of Medicine. It's an ambitious goal for an institution with as many varied interests, specialties, and goals as ours. But(...)

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