This week the Mighty Citizen team coordinated travel logistics for Mighty Citizen’s upcoming May 7th visit, which will showcase two homepage designs and start Mighty Citizen’s content governance discovery.
The homepage designs will be up for critique by key stakeholders in the College—and the content governance discovery session will initiate efforts in drafting a comprehensive content governance plan, which includes: a content style guide, a workflow process, an editorial calendar, and the creation of a Content Governance Council, who will oversee content strategy and management.
The Mighty Citizen team also continued work on “Batch 1” of the homepage, navigation, and 1, 2, & 3 interior column wireframes. Wireframes are common in the industry for laying out content and functionality on a page, which considers user needs and user journeys. Think of them as the skeleton of a webpage. The team met internally to review the “Batch 1” wireframes.
On the Harbert front, our webmaster confirmed and coordinated a call between most vendors—Mighty Citizen, Funnelback, OmniUpdate, as well as our in-house Salesforce data scientist—to integrate Salesforce into the website and calendar.
The web team at Harbert also continued our efforts geared toward PDF remediation, converting relevant PDFs into HTML web pages and beginning the process of sending off our PDF remediation list to CommonLook, a company devoted to addressing PDF accessibility issues.