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Taking Images for Social Media

Getting the right visual to share with our social media audiences can sometimes be hard. Not only do we have to contend with the constraints of working within tight deadlines, we ‘re often challenged in higher education to find the resources and budget to produce rich multimedia content. High end…

Mobile Upgrades Coming Soon

Coming Thursday, October 24, a new theme enhancement will transform your website to work seamlessly on smaller mobile devices. Almost 20%¬†of traffic to UF Health websites comes from mobile devices, and this amount is rapidly increasing. As more of our audience moves to using the web on their handheld…

Web Services Introduces Usability Testing Services

Web Services is working on making your websites better, faster, and stronger with targeted research, studies, and metrics. You might remember Steve Austin, astronaut. He was the one of the best… and then he got even better, thanks to the miracle of bionics. Usability Testing is the web…

Parallax.JS

Parallax effect overload! Mobile friendly…

Anchors Aweigh!

When building a very lengthy web page, Anchor Links provide an easy method for building internal links within the page to allow a user to ‘jump’ to a particular section of content on the page. An anchor link creates a named link on a page, called an anchor, that one…

Forms, Quizzes and Surveys

If you’ve ever had to build a web form on the Apollo template, then you are familiar with our forms plug-in, Gravity Forms. We’ve been impressed with Gravity Form’s ease-of-use and intuitive design, and it has proved to be a tremendous asset for our organization. Web Services has…

Refining Bounce Rates Through Timeouts

Some weeks back we stumbled upon an interesting post from the Google Analytics team discussing a simple event that would modify your bounce rates. The event institutes a 15 second timer that at its end will invalidate a visitor as being seen as a ‘bounce’. A simpler explanation: if…

Refining Bounce Rates Through Timeouts

Some weeks back we stumbled upon an interesting post from the Google Analytics team discussing a simple event that would modify your bounce rates. The event institutes a 15 second timer that at its end will invalidate a visitor as being seen as a ‘bounce’. A simpler explanation: if…