Following on from sprint 26's work Paul has been performing tests with Foundation in the Web CMS. He gave a presentation (internal only) at the Show and Tell that demonstrated some of his work as well as illustrating what it might mean for content in the Web CMS.
Tasha has been working on parts of the study site, including updating content ready for the September Open Days. We've also started planning how to update the country-specific pages in the Study site: in sprint 28 we will be devoting a day for the whole Digital Team to update these pages.
In a previous Show and Tell we mentioned the new captioning policy. Tom has worked through our YouTube videos and made sure that anything other than graduation had captions.
The European Researchers Night will also take place in York for the first time later this month. We've helped with their website in this sprint by providing some design and code advice. While you're on their website have a look at their competitions!
Websites moving into the Web CMS
IPUP have now successfully moved their website into the Web CMS and gone live. We'd also like to welcome their new web author, who was trained in the Web CMS recently.
Communicating with you
We've carried on our work on improving communicating with web authors around the University. The first email update has now been sent, and the Show and Tell sessions and digital screenings are continuing. Join our web-cms-users email list if you'd like to receive our email updates.