When adding content to an existing site or new site, if you answer the following questions, your site will create a much better user experience.
UTAS web site content should be published by the section responsible for that information, and not duplicated elsewhere. Sometimes it is tempting to rewrite content in your own words and put it in your site. It is preferable to link from your site to the correct source.
Deciding who the clients are is important, because there may be other sites that need to link to this content to increase its reach and effectiveness. You can request links through the feedback options on other sites, or ask Web Services for assistance.
Put yourself in your clients shoes and try to find the content yourself.
This website has many resources to help you with many types of content. Making web content accessible to people with disabilities is a UTAS requirement and required by federal legislation.
Authorised by the Associate Director, Service Delivery & Support
18 May, 2012