Author Archives: mktom

Tables and mobile devices

Tables do not present well on a mobile device because the screen size real estate is so small.  In a traditional desktop layout, we have about a window width of about 1000 pixel to use, however the mobile device screen … Continue reading

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Button Class

Issue: The button class does not always appear correctly on mobile devices.  The button text may wrap two lines or there is not enough padding between the text and button. This code doesn’t display properly: <p><a title=”Apply Now” href=”/templates/as_writ_home.aspx?id=2147493358″>Apply Now</a><a … Continue reading

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Web Design Update and Web Server Upgrade: Important Dates

For the next 6 weeks, Web Communications and Services will be busy updating the USF web site and web style guide based on the new brand identity. We’ve put together a list of important dates and details of what will … Continue reading

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Producing Content for Digital Signage

This was an interesting article from University Business on how universities are using their current resources to develop content for digital signage.  There are some good ideas for USF to consider as we begin looking at how to use the … Continue reading

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Email Marketing Tips

Over the years, Web Communications & Services has sent out hundreds of emails to prospective students.  I thought it would be helpful to document some of the email marketing best practice tips: Use a descriptive subject line Keep the text … Continue reading

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Updating banner images on your website

Many times I get asked this question, “how do I edit the banner images on my website?” There are many editable areas within your website template and this includes each banner image box within your website template. We’ve tried to … Continue reading

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