Web standards help achieve consistent quality across individual websites and the University's overall web presence. The standards are embodied in our web style guide, practices and standards and the pre-built site and page templates.
Web style guide
The web style guide has been separated from this Web Publishing site. Please refer to the style guide for the University?s generic web standards that apply across all web sites and applications.
Writing and editorial style guide
Style manual for authors, editors and printers, sixth edition, published by John Wiley & Sons, Australia Ltd. We also use the Macquarie Dictionary fifth edition as standard.
The information in this guide includes decisions taken at an in-house level.
Practices and standards
Additional practices and standards have been approved to guide the development of the University's overall web presence. These include:
- CMS content templates - This page contains a list of templates with explanations to guide the design and development of new Griffith websites. They provide standard information architecture and content for similar site types to ensure consistency and ease of navigation.