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October 2011

So, you’ve been asked to create a marketing document using Indesign, and you thought it would be just like using Word or Powerpoint, only with more images and more text columns. Or maybe you completed a one-day course and hope that putting your new Indesign skills into practice will be a walk in the park.

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I received a very useful email from Dominic in Procurement Services yesterday. He's read some of our posts on web statistics, and had the following tips on how WASM authentication may affect your website statistics and which parts of your website content appear in search results.

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As we move to deliver more of our communications via electronic channels, it’s timely to remember that mass-mailing emails are likely be governed by the Commonwealth Spam Act 2003 (a truly wonderful name for a piece of legislation – it always makes me think of a Monty Python skit).

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This blog post is about how to set a date range for the statistical data you look up on Urchin. It follows on from our previous posts: an introduction to web statistics, the basics of Urchin, and Urchin’s statistic viewing/exporting options.

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Moving over to our refreshed brand at the beginning of last year was a massive exercise for the University, mainly because of our size but also because we produce so many materials that include our logo.

There is still a lot of work to do in building the momentum of the brand and ensuring that it is applied consistently across all our applications, which is why we’re continually reviewing the templates we make available and making changes to the Brand Style Guidelines website.

A lot of these changes are based on questions and feedback from staff, which come to me on a daily basis. Some are recurring questions, so I thought it would be useful to share a few of these with you, just in case you were wondering the same…

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In our last post (part two) we explained how to access the statistics on each of your webpages. In this post, we talk about the different ways you can view these statistics.

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In part one of our series on web stats, we explained why you’ll find them an invaluable tool in your eternal quest to improve your website. Now we’re going to tell you how to get your hands on those statistics, using a product called Urchin.

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