Create New Web Pages
Creating a new site or reorganizing an existing site can be a complicated process. The most difficult part is developing and organizing the appropriate content. The Marketing and Communications and Web teams can help guide you through the necessary steps.
We will meet with you to explain the process and set up a production schedule. The timeline for completing a new site can vary widely from as soon a few weeks to as long as several months. Departments that plan out much of the Web site content before contacting the Web team will have the most success in getting effective sites created in the shortest amount of time.
Student organizations and journals: please see specific information for you on Student Organization and Journal Pages.
- Contact the Web team, firstname.lastname@example.org with your project proposal
- Arrange initial planning meeting with Web team to discuss objectives, scope, and timeline of project. Please have your department staff fill out a stakeholder survey (pdf) prior to the meeting to help better ensure a more effective publication
- Create a project schedule and outline department's and Web team's responsibilities
- Submit approved content to the Web team via e-mail (DO NOT format the text, i.e. bold, italics, colors, bullets, etc.). In preparing the copy for your site, please refer to the Editorial Style Guide for guidelines on our preferred forms of style and usage.
- Web team drafts navigation based on edited content and suggests home for new site, to be approved by the client
- Web team creates new pages and navigation on a development server
- Review pages and content with Web team and make any necessary corrections or updates
- Finalized site will be posted to live server and any publicity announcing the new site will be handled by either the client or the Web team as necessary
Web Application (Form) Changes and Development
If your request will require creating a program or database, as in the case with forms or dynamic content, it will be developed in conjunction with the web developers in Law Information Technology.
You may contact the Law Webmaster for further assistance.