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When parents, students and community members are searching for information, your website is likely the first place they go. But what if your website isn’t providing them what they need? Here are seven questions to perform a quick assessment.
If your school or district’s website isn’t up to date, visitors likely won’t be back. The result? More of the same phone calls and email messages sent to school or district offices, taking staff away from their work. Here are a few tips for you to keep in mind when evaluating your school’s website.
Parents typically turn to a school or district website for important dates and other information, making your website extremely valuable when communicating with your community. Here are a five common problems to always look for that can help you make a great lasting impression.
Choosing a website design is an important early step in your communication strategy with students, parents and community members. But website design doesn’t only mean the esthetics you might typically think of such as colors, font sizes, and page layout. A website should also conform to any device type and screen size.