Ross Ferguson

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  • Publishers, prepare for launch

    On 2 September our new content management system will go live and department web publishers will be able to start using it to upload content. Which is very exciting. Because of the large volume of content that is being transitioned,...

  • We can make it - why we are developing a publishing platform from scratch

    I was recently asked by a Product Manager why the Bath Digital team was building a CMS in-house seeing as it "isn’t central to what a university does". A similar point came up at the IWMW15 conference: @uniofbathdmc are building...

  • How to share in the rewards of user research

    Our priority principle is 'Put users’ needs first'. Lately we’ve been helping University teams to carry out their own user research. We've found it very effective and we now want to encourage more departments to get involved. Why we prioritise...

  • Beta approved

    The University’s strategic goal is to be recognised as an international centre of research and teaching excellence. The quality of our digital domain plays an essential role in delivering this vision. From Alpha to Beta An ‘Alpha’ version of a...

  • We’ll come to you - subscribe to our blogs by email

    With increasing numbers of University of Bath blogs appearing and posts about our latest goings-on being published more often, how can people keep track of what’s new? Email subscription We are running a pilot to enable people to subscribe to...

  • Goodbye Alpha

    On Friday 27th we finished the testing of alpha.bath.ac.uk. The ‘Alpha’ was a project to trial an experimental design, infrastructure and editorial approach for a new University of Bath website. The point of the Alpha The Alpha went live in...

  • One Hour Upgrade The Third

    We’ve held our 3rd One Hour Upgrade. This follows two previous fruitful outings. The idea behind One Hour Upgrade is for each member of the Digital team to spend 60 minutes working on their own initiative to make digital communications...