It also features a wealth of brand resources, including logos, photo galleries, color palettes, font information, the official USF style guide, boilerplate and other key messaging, the latest statistics, links to publications and our design portfolio, and a wealth of information about the CMS implementation and social media.
Last month, I attended my first-ever social media conference, Social Fresh EAST. Two days of social media experts discussing content, engagement, and analytics. Two days of networking and learning from social media managers from around the country. Two days of “hey wow,” “that’s awesome,” and “how can I do that at my job?”
Interested in learning more about the MyUSF Portal upgrade?
Read this article to view the new portal templates and learn more about the phased launch.
And for help in determining how to organize your content–what belongs on your unit’s portal site versus what belongs on your unit’s website–please review the CMS User Guide and check out Section Two: Developing Great Content.