Big Project, Small Staff, Tight Deadlines: How to Create the Perfect Storm for Inst'l Web Migration
TIE10 Technology in Education
Location: 103B, Wisconsin Center
TUESDAY, 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
How we migrated a 50,000-page, static, Dreamweaver-maintained website into a 6,000 page, responsive web design, accessible, searchable, content management system with only a two-person web unit. Tackling a seemingly insurmountable task when you have limited resources necessitates a confident strategy, diligent communication, involved leadership, and a bit of luck.
Web Services Director, University of West Florida
Jay Massey is having fun implementing enterprise-level web and internet marketing strategy for the University of West Florida. He has recently launched the next iteration of the university web presence including content management system, mobile web and social integration. Massey carries more than 25 years of commercial design and marketing experience with 15 years specifically managing web application development. He has proven background in search and social media marketing management. Massey is an occasional blogger and public speaker to business, educational and professional association. As a Florida native Massey can remember when there was no compelling reason to visit Orlando. He is still dating his first wife, juggling kittens and working out the details on how to play the didgeridoo… well. “Those who underestimate the impact of innovation may want to recalibrate their abacuses.”