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Reviewing your website: navigability

This is the third post in a mini-series on website assessment and review. Anthony Haynes writes: In the previous post I outlined a model, designed to be used by and with non-techies, to support website review and management. The model uses three criteria: stakeholder management; navigability; and design. In this post the focus lies on the second criterion: navigability. When reviewing a website, the way that I test this criterion is as follows: 1.     I identify some of the...

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Reviewing your website: stakeholder management

This is the second post in a mini-series on website assessment and review. Anthony Haynes writes: In the previous post I outlined a model, designed to be used by and with non-techies, to support website review and management. The model uses three criteria: stakeholder management; navigability; and design. That publishing a website represents an exercise in stakeholder management seems obvious when one thinks about it. But, in practice, the point is all too easy to overlook. The temptation is to...

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Reviewing your website: a model for professional organisations

This post is the first of a mini-series on website review and assessment. Anthony Haynes writes: Every organisation of any stature requires some form of web presence. In the case of a membership organisations, awarding bodies, and learning providers, this entails having, as a foundation, a website. After all, such bodies typically need to serve a variety of stakeholders (often abroad as well as at home), store and make accessible much information, and present an authoritative face to the world....

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