Tuesday 9th October, 2012
10:45am to 11:30am
Do you feel completely overwhelmed with the mobile web discussion in Higher Ed? If you do, you are not alone. Many institutions are trying to get their mobile presence going while still providing all the features and functions of their traditional site. The task is overwhelming and can result in a split website! Utah Valley University has also been working on this challenge for some time now. They started with a mobile web site to augment their traditional site. Now, with a new web site structure that works wonders at bringing the mobile and traditional sites together, they are able to still keep the mobile and traditional experiences unique while keeping their content fresh through their content managers. Come take a moment to breathe and see what UVU has done utilizing design concepts in adaptive/responsive design, 320 and up, mobile first, and native gestures. Also see how they have taken it to "the next level" by using their existing CMS to create "web apps", a combination of native app functions but within the web framework of HTML5 and jQuery.
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