Well, will you take a look at that? October 28 already. Why, it seems like just yesterday that we were rolling out the new logo, all shiny and round and refurbished. I could wax nostalgic about the process, but let’s be honest, here. You all don’t really care about the fact that I’ve spent a [...]
The Web Design Team in IWS was asked to take http://www.cuinfo.cornell.edu/ and using the exact same content, redesign it and ‘brand it’ within cornell.edu style. That’s how we arrived at the current layout: http://web.cornell.edu/redesign/images/cuinfo/cuinfo_weather.png. From a design perspective I think it’s a huge improvement. The use of a “list” format to categorize information like this [...]
First things first. We really liked the idea that Silvia had about including weather on CUinfo. Check it out. (Same deal as before: click on the image to open it large in a new window.) Second things second. I am really intrigued by the comments asserting that CUinfo is an internal web page. It’s certainly [...]
And by “experts”, I mean YOU ALL. The folks who are in charge of the print side of the Visual Identity project are stumped by a couple of problems that keep cropping up. We all would appreciate any advice or suggestions you might be able to share. #1. Sometimes when people open up the eps [...]
Here’s a screen shot of what the re-skinning of CUinfo will look like: If you click on it, it will enlarge. Be warned that the big image is BIG and you’ll have to scroll to see it all. This will also be the case with the page, once it’s live. In this initial phase of [...]
One day, not so very long ago, Ieuan walked into our weekly staff meeting and cheerfully said “Let’s re-skin CUinfo!” Will’s jaw went a little slack. Diane’s expression grew pained. And me…I just laughed out-loud. Truth of it is, CUinfo has been on our to-do list since the earliest days of Thomas Richardson’s tenure. His [...]
Screen grabs from the old Live View cam and the new one. Can you guess which is which?