2018 Web Refresh Information Hub
School of Public Policy


This page is a centralized location for the School of Public Policy to review updates and materials related to their 2018 web refresh. The web refresh project is a joint collaboration between Integrated Marketing Communications and the School of Public Policy. 

News & Updates

  • October 2 - Final comp of homepage distributed to School of Public Policy project team members.
  • September 26 - Main navigation menu and information architecture distributed to School of Public Policy project team members.

 

Materials

*Note that this is a live version and is continually under construction and thus may not represent the finished version.

 

Give Feedback

On your dev site, you will see a "Send Feedback" tab in the bottom right corner of your browser. If you do not see it upon page load, scroll a bit and you should see it.

Note: The specific feedback option may not work on the homepage, so use the general feedback instructions below if you are giving feedback about the homepage.

Feedback about a specific part of a page (e.g. reporting a bug):

  1. Navigate to that page you'd like to give specific feedback about and then click the "Send Feeback" tab in the bottom right corner of your browser. 
  2. Click the left button, "I have feedback regarding a specific part of this page."
  3. Move your cursor over the element you'd like to give feedback about until the tool places a box around the section, and then click.
  4. Enter your details and description.

General feedback about a page or the site as a whole:

  1. Navigate to that page you'd like to give specific feedback about and then click the "Send Feeback" tab in the bottom right corner of your browser. 
    Note: to give general feedback about the site as a whole, it does not matter what page you are on.
  2. Click the left button, "I have feedback regarding this page or site as a whole."
  3. Enter your details and description.

 

Timeline

  • May-June: Overall design and review phase for all schools.
  • September: Information architecture proposal and review.
  • September 27 - October 22: Content freeze. OU users received an email from Kimberly Robison on September 27th to this effect. 
  • October 22: Launch of new School of Public Policy website.

 

Homepage Screenshot

SPP Refresh Homepage