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SFU's common look and feel ([[Common_Look_&_Feel|CLF]]) standards for web design are found here [http://www.sfu.ca/clf/web.html http://www.sfu.ca/clf/web.html]<br>
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SFU's common look and feel ([[Common Look & Feel|CLF]]) standards for web design are found here [http://www.sfu.ca/clf/web.html http://www.sfu.ca/clf/web.html]<br>
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SFU's websites are one of our most important and effective communications tools for interaction with our audiences and stakeholders but they are often outdated and have usability issues. The navigation across SFU's sites is irregular and confusing. Page design and structure varies from site to site and even within individual sites, and there are issues with navigation and linking.
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The standards have gone relatively unchanged since their inception in 2006. The SFU web design community is collaborating on gathering information that may inform decisions about the future direction of the guidelines. Sept 28 2011.
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The information below is being taken from (but not limited to) internal discussions and emails from sfu webmasters.&nbsp; It is being recorded on this wiki to encourage discussion and contributions from all in the SFU community.

Revision as of 18:21, 28 September 2011

SFU's common look and feel (CLF) standards for web design are found here http://www.sfu.ca/clf/web.html

SFU's websites are one of our most important and effective communications tools for interaction with our audiences and stakeholders but they are often outdated and have usability issues. The navigation across SFU's sites is irregular and confusing. Page design and structure varies from site to site and even within individual sites, and there are issues with navigation and linking.

The standards have gone relatively unchanged since their inception in 2006. The SFU web design community is collaborating on gathering information that may inform decisions about the future direction of the guidelines. Sept 28 2011.

The information below is being taken from (but not limited to) internal discussions and emails from sfu webmasters.  It is being recorded on this wiki to encourage discussion and contributions from all in the SFU community.