Visitors to the University of La Verne’s website on April 26 noticed an entirely new layout. Since 2015 the University’s Office of Strategic Communications has been working to update the website to be more user-friendly and modern.
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Cindy Gaytan, special events coordinator, and Debbie Hughes, executive assistant to the chief financial officer, answer a live survey at the University Identity and Website Redesign Project input session in the Campus Center Ballroom Monday.
With the school cranking out fliers and other propaganda promoting the University, one update that should not be put off is sprucing up the University of La Verne website.
A university’s website is the first thing many potential students go to for information when trying to choose a college. All the information about a school and the application process is placed conveniently in its own section that is clearly labeled and well-organized. This is no different for the University of La Verne’s website.
In an informal survey, 10 out of 14 students said they do not like the updated website MyLaVerne 2.0.
The redesigned and revamped University of La Verne website has stirred up complaints among numerous faculty members since its launch last summer.
If you have not logged on to the internet lately, you might want to check out the new Campus Times Web site at laverne.edu/campus-times. The site has been revamped, featuring a cleaner layout, a home-page slideshow and new reader interactivity features.
I’ve noticed that La Verne had a reception for the new Web site designers and the fact that the site is up.
With newspapers across the country taking a slow plunge and in some areas disappearing altogether, a new form of journalism – “hyperlocal” Web based publications have begun to fill the void – even in La Verne.
The University of La Verne’s official Web site has been noticeably modified for the fall semester, receiving both positive and negative response to its new design and functionality. The Office of Information Technology, in charge of maintaining laverne.edu, altered the Web site design and also added new user-friendly features.