The University's web presence is a virtual manifestation of the University as a place and as a community. It must embody the culture, atmosphere and experience of Griffith. Its purpose is to attract, inform and engage students, scholars and the wider University community though usable and up-to-date content. Our goal is to have websites that are highly usable, accessible and credible so people can easily and quickly find and trust the information they are seeking.
Site content coordinators and publishers must achieve ease of navigation, high quality, fresh and accurate content and constantly look for improvement opportunities. The range of content authoring and technical skills required to achieve this demands collaboration by teams of people to make a successful website. You will find information about these roles and responsibilities in roles in web publishing.
The University is comprised of many smaller organisations each with their own unique characteristics. However, as part of the University, entities, web sites and applications contributing to the University?s web presence will reflect the University?s broader values and culture, comply with the brand guidelines, and be clearly identifiable as part of the University. Details of the branding web designs are published on the Web Style Guide website.