Web Services provides web design services to the University community.
CI Web Design Standards
Please visit the CI Web Style Guide for detailed information.
- Web Standards Project - information about what web standards are and why they are important
- Web Standards Checklist - an excellent technical and logical checklist for ensuring web standards compliance
Tutorials and Instructional Resources
- Webmonkey - an excellent source of web tutorials
- DevShed - another excellent source of tutorials
- W3Schools - another excellent free source of course-based tutorials
- W3C - WWW Consortium - internet technology specifications
- informIT - another excellent free source of book-based information covering all aspects of IT training and development - access to discounted IT materials available here also
Web Services has created web site templates to ensure ease of navigation and a consistent digital identity for the University. Examples of these templates can be found at the link below. Please contact Web Services with questions regarding template usage.
Placement of Official CI Web Sites
To ensure consistency of the University's digital brand as well as the continued accessibility of web content, all official administrative and academic content which uses the CI digital brand should reside in CI's official web content management system wherever possible. Exceptions shall be made for special cases as well as web sites hosted by 3rd parties per agreement with the University. Please contact Web Services for more information.