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UCR Diversity 0

My Involvement:
I worked with the Diversity department on campus to create this website. Their website was out-dated and they also wanted to use the campus’ new branding.

Assisted in organizing, updating, creating, and adding content to the new Diversity Website. Training for their staff was required. Data for dynamic pages are store in Infomine.

Webpages were created in the campus’ content management system, OmniUpdate. Content management training by Campus & Communications. Strategic Communications assisted me with my questions about project direction.

I was responsible for creating the graphics, and HTML/CSS/PHP code.. The Diversity team provided the content. Infomine (academic search engine) imported dynamic content into their database. Student Life assisted with organizing some content for student organizations (also to be imported into Infomine). When the website was completed, I was also responsible for training the Diversity department how to create, update, and manage their content in Omniupdate, as well as create/edit graphics in Photoshop.

Project involved Library Systems, Infomine, Diversity/Affirmative Action/Title IX, Strategic Communications, C&C, and Student Life.

Website: http://diversity.ucr.edu

Timeline:
June 2008 – December 2008

Testimonial:
“Daynah was essential and impressive in working through issues around design, navigation and information management. She used her expertise and networks to integrate her invaluable suggestions for efficiency and effectiveness. She also spent countless hours, including her own time, working her technical magic!”

Yolanda T. Moses
Associate Vice Chancellor, Diversity, Excellence & Equity

Screenshots:
UCR Diversity Main Page
This is the main page.

UCR Diversity: Sample Lower Level Page
Sample of a lower level page.

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