Less buzzwords, more content

We're very open about our web developments and always welcome feedback, particularly from our users, but we are naturally disappointed when we hear we're not giving people what we want. We arrived at the office this morning to the following comment on my blog post 'Where to stop?!' from an anonymous user: Zzzzzzz. Less buzzwords, … Continue reading Less buzzwords, more content

Where to stop?!

I'm currently working on some project plans for our website. We have undertaken a project, along with Corporate Marketing, to bring together all of our communications under the same umbrella (same design, theme etc). In theory the concept is great, we'll be working with some great creatives and it gives us an opportunity to really … Continue reading Where to stop?!

Work with us…

We are currently looking for a Web Applications Developer to join our team. Full details about the post can be found on our website but I just wanted to add a few words about Web Services and where we are going. Why join us? At Edge Hill we've taken an innovative approach to Web Communications … Continue reading Work with us…

Case Conference Presentation

In July I delivered a presentation at the IWMW in York entitled "Let the students do the talking..." and yesterday I travelled to Edinburgh to deliver a varient of this at the annual CASE Conference. I was slightly anxious about telling Marketing and PR people to put everything in the hands of the students but … Continue reading Case Conference Presentation

Controversy over YouTube videos

Last nights Panaroma on the BBC posed the question "should child 'fight videos' on the net be policed?". The programme highlighted a growing trend for young people posting videos featuring violence and bullying on the site. Much of the content was horrific and disturbing and it is right we are asking questions about if this … Continue reading Controversy over YouTube videos