The third part of digital officer Charlotte Brewer’s series on content sprinting.
This post was actually writtena while ago. We planned to release it as part of our series on ‘Content Sprinting’. Then lockdown started.Hitting the publish button fell down the list of priorities. Despite lockdown, and despite everyone working from home and all the challenges that has brought, we’re actually still working in exactly the same way. We’re still sprinting. We’re still doing everything we did before. Everything in this blog post remains accurate. The only difference is that all our meetings and our conversations are via Skype. (more…)
Digital never stays still. Consultant web developer Rich Higgins looks at how we’ve been prototyping to ensure we don’t get left behind.
There’s a lot of content to publish at a university. Course information, research stories, news, events… the list goes on.On top of that, media consumption and audiences are increasingly varied and global. Digital is more important than ever, but what do we mean by digital?
“Applying the culture, practices, processes & technologies of the Internet-era to respond to people’s raised expectations.”
Tom Loosemore’s oft-quoted definition suggests more than just reading from a computer screen instead of a printed article. It suggests we need to raise our game to meet the ever-evolving user needs of our time. And at Bristol we’ve been looking at doing precisely this.(more…)