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Web Projects

Work with the Web Team and Strategic Communications Office to create and maintain your MICA web presence.

Getting Started

If you have MICA.edu web project that you need help with, please email a member of the Web team. Someone from the team will contact you as soon as possible, usually within 2 business days, to get initial information about your project and to schedule an initial meeting.

Process

  1. Submit your project by emailing a member of the Web team.
  2. Within two business days, we will contact you to schedule an initial meeting with you to determine your project's goals, a project timeline, project responsibilities, project needs (content and technology), and next steps.
  3. Based on a project schedule, we will be in contact with you throughout the process to ensure that the project is proceeding as agreed. This may be in the form of emails, phone conversations, or in-person meetings.
  4. Before being published to MICA.edu, the Web Team will ask you to review the project. We may ask you to login to the CMS or send to you screenshots for your review.
  5. After you've approved the final project, and the Web Team has completed testing, the new page(s) will be published to MICA.edu to be publically accessible.

Timelines and Deadlines

We all have deadlines. We respect that you have them, too. To ensure that your web project is completed in a timely manner that respects the time necessary to create great web pages, we encourage you to reach out to us as early as possible in your project process, at least 4 weeks before your desired delivery date. Once you've emailed the Web team, we will schedule a meeting to discuss timeline and other project parameters.

Responsibilities

MICA.edu projects are a partnership between you and the Web Team. Defining responsibilities is crucial to the success of your project. We will discuss responsibilities regarding:

This page was last updated on 06/30/2017.