I launched the redesign of Tennessee Today on this morning. Highlights of this redesign include providing an outstanding mobile experience, spotlighting news from our colleges, providing an easy way to sign up for and view past issues of our daily e-newsletter, providing story-to-story navigation and more efficient ways to browse stories of a similar topic, and drawing attention to ongoing campus news.
This project has been in the works for nearly two years and is a major accomplishment. Read more about the redesign or visit Tennessee Today.
A local business, Downtown Saturday, just launched a brand new e-commerce website hosted with yours truly. This was a big effort on both our parts, and I’m very excited to see the final product.
Today an updated Cone Zone website launched. This site was featured on local news station a couple years back. It uses the latest UT responsive WordPress theme and has been re-architected.
I have a really great boss. Today, he brought us playdoh to express ourselves or release stress or get over design/writer’s block or whatever else adults use playdoh for. My crafty companion and I created a seascape. She had blue & I had orange. Not exactly UT colors, but hey. Still cool.
We have a very dear couple as close friends. The hubby friend chiseled a slate tile into a heart. He tried hanging it with a copper nail, but had no luck. Knowing that I am a crafty woman, he gifted it to me. I tried to get it to work with my decorations, but I couldn’t so I had the idea to craft it and then gift it back to them.
I painted a serif “H” on it in a cream color (their last name begins with H) and let it dry. Then I hung a jute rope off it and tied a bow with burlap ribbon with a teal chevron pattern.
Adoraballs. They love it 🙂
The 2013 Chancellor’s Annual Report launched this past week. This responsive microsite is an adaptation of the print concept developed by a colleague in my department.
February was a very busy month for me, I launched three separate websites!
Faculty Appreciation Week
Office of the Provost
I’ve never seen a single flattering picture me running. I always see pictures of people smiling and all thumbs up and waving. I am not one of those people at all! Here’s the latest and greatest of my fierce and terrifying race faces from the Myrtle Beach Half Marathon.