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Anchoring Down with BOWL CENTRAL

Nov. 28, 2012—Anyone who follows me on twitter knows I am a HUGE Vanderbilt football fan. I paint my nails black and gold for home games, am a season ticket holder, and bleed black and gold.  During home games, I also post for Vanderbilt on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Sooo…  when we get to the point in the season...

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Blair School of Music moves from Drupal to Omni and WordPress

Nov. 26, 2012—In September, the Blair School of Music migrated their website from Drupal into OmniUpdate and WordPress. Alongside the migration to a new content management system, we also redesigned the site — streamlining navigation and adding in some  standard Vanderbilt theme elements to the design (a modified brand bar and footer section — which tie in...

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School of Engineering now powered by WordPress and Omni

Oct. 26, 2012—Earlier this fall, the School of Engineering launched their new web presence powered by OmniUpdate and WordPress. As part of the move to OU and WP, we also rolled our a brand new look for their site — with a cleaner, streamlined look, simplified navigation. Their homepage includes easily editable content blocks for featured stories...

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How To Edit Your Slider Images

Aug. 21, 2012—Sometimes your slider images aren’t big enough to fit in your slider. Other times you may need to resize them so that your left caption box doesn’t block someone’s face. Here’s how to do that. Open and resize your image in Photoshop. Many of our sliders are 650×300, but you should double check your dimensions...

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Vanderbilt Institute for Global Health launches a new WordPress site

May. 29, 2012—We love a good partnership, and that’s exactly what we have with the Vanderbilt Institute for Global Health. We set up a WordPress install for Kristin Centers from VIGH, and she took it from there, designing her own header and migrating all of her own content. We simply provided any needed help and support along the...

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Health and Wellness move to Omni/WordPress

May. 25, 2012—Earlier this year, we launched a brand new web presence for the Health and Wellness division, which is comprised of four departments: Health Plus, Occupational Health Clinic, Work/Life Connections and the Child and Family Center.  Previously five separate websites — we merged the four internal department sites into the overall Health and Wellness site —...

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The Blair String Quartet’s new site is music to our ears

Mar. 5, 2012—We launched the updated Blair String Quartet site on March 1, 2012. The previous string quartet site was maintained in Sitemason and had not been redesigned since 2002. The site needed to have an elegant look, a place for individual bios, downloadable hi-res photos and recordings of their performances – and be easy to maintain...

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Admissions, reimagined and simplified

Jan. 27, 2012—Simplify. Simplify. Simplify. That was the overarching theme of many of our discussions with the Office of Undergraduate Admissions when imagining a new Web presence. Let’s step back and make things easier for the user. Focus on the key MESSAGES that UoA wants to get out there about Vanderbilt. What are the key ACTIONS we...

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Biostatistics site recruiting next generation of researchers

Jan. 5, 2012—The Graduate Program in Biostatistics is a master’s and Ph.D. program housed in the School of Medicine’s Department of Biostatistics and administered by the Graduate School. The program needed a new website to recruit students, provide information for and showcase the work of current faculty and students, and provide information about the field of biostatistics....

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Vanderbilt Initiative in Surgery and Engineering launches WordPress site

Nov. 18, 2011—The Vanderbilt Initiative in Surgery and Engineering  (ViSE) is an interdisciplinary, trans-institutional center whose mission is the creation, development, implementation, clinical evaluation and commercialization of methods, devices, algorithms, and systems designed to facilitate interventional processes and their outcome. Or in simpler terms, Vanderbilt engineers and doctors are working together on some REALLY cool projects. This...

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U.S.-Japan center moves into my.vanderbilt.edu

Nov. 3, 2011—When the Center for U.S.-Japan Studies and Cooperation approached us about a new site, we knew my.vanderbilt.edu would be a great fit for them: They’re a small site (fewer than 10 pages) and my.vanderbilt is perfect for smaller departments (such as the French Graduate Studies program). We designed a custom header for them and migrated...

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New site for French and Italian: C’est magnifique!

Nov. 3, 2011—When the Department of French and Italian contacted us to move their site from Sitemason to WordPress, we of course said oui! Their timeline was a little more pressing than our schedule allowed, so we set up the WordPress install for them and their webmaster, Veronique, took it from there – she even designed the...

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