New Websites Launched This Summer
The Office of Information Technology website has a new look and feel -- https://oit.duke.edu/.
The website has been updated to Drupal 9 in Sites@Duke Pro with a new layout, navigation, and updated content. Along with its more modern design, the website is easier to navigate and more accessible to users.
The months-long project involved several OIT units. Duke Web Services (DWS) and Creative and User Experience (CrUX) managed the migration, development, layout and navigation; OIT Communications (Camille Jackson) facilitated content updates; Project Management (Alex Flinn) coordinated the project; Service Management (Steve Gray) and Automation (Styles Crawford-Jennings) created web forms using Kuali Build. In addition, OIT Communications interns Bradon Hassell and Naomi Pridgen helped tag service categories, Help Articles, and organized images.
The ESS Web and Mobile applications team updated the ePrint website to Rails -- eprint.oit.duke.edu-- also with a new look and feel. Added features include a proximity map for printer locations, more detailed information when selecting a printer’s name, improved accuracy on printer status, a tab for related tools, easier navigation, and a cleaner and more streamlined appearance.
Earlier this summer, a new Tableau website -- https://tableau.duke.edu/ -- was also launched in the Sites@Duke Pro template, offering an overall improved user experience. This fall, all Drupal 9 websites will move to Drupal 10, a relatively minor transition.