June 17th @ 11:00am PDT | 2:00pm EDT
Let’s face it, 2020 was a challenging time for higher education. Shifting audiences, budgets, and priorities created challenging obstacles to success. Those teams who did not have a robust WebOps strategy in place, likely found themselves putting out fires left & right. Can you relate?
Thankfully with WebOps, teams no longer have to worry about putting out fires because they have a sound strategy in place to address these before they become an issue!
How a properly designed and maintained website supports the institution’s mission, in times of crisis and beyond
Concrete solutions and arguments you can take back to your leadership on why you should invest in WebOps
The importance of having a solid foundation for your website so that you can use it to meet your organization’s primary goal
@JohnRichardsII is a Developer Advocate at Pantheon and lives in St. Louis with his wife and clowder of cats. His love for coding stems from his enjoyment in innovating simple solutions for complex challenges. John has been a web developer since 2007 and fell in love with open source when he began developing for WordPress in 2013 when he took a job at Washington University in St. Louis.
Chaney Kourouniotis is a senior solutions consultant at FFW. Before becoming a consultant, she served as a communications lead at UC Berkeley School of Law, Assistant Director of Communications at Stanford University’s Freeman Spogli Institute for International studies, and Director of Marketing and Customer Experience at Rick Steves’ Europe.
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