Workflow for Dummies


Your site is about to launch, now what? Ensure that it will remain successful with the proper maintenance and consideration. One way to provide a level of confidence post-launch is instituting a campus-wide workflow process. In this session we will answer the following common questions: What types of workflow should be used? How many review steps should there be? Can changes be published to places other than the production server to add an additional level of review? Can we even get the powers-that-be to buy in to a review process? At the University of San Diego we have successfully established workflow in each our schools and departments that caters to each of their unique needs.

Berta Roebuck

Berta Roebuck

Senior Web Application Developer
University of San Diego
www.sandiego.edu/

Berta is the team Cascade guru and format fixer upper. When she's not building new functionality into the USD templates, she's most likely to be found with her two fur babies at one of San Diego's countless dog-friendly breweries, at a dog beach, or on a local hiking trail. Drink of choice: American IPA

David Schmidt

David Schmidt

Web Developer, Training and Accessibility
University of San Diego
http://www.sandiego.edu/

Web Developer, Training and Accessibility Coordinator: He's known on campus for his accessibility and training expertise, as well as his sense of humor and skill at crafting a good portmanteau. When not hard at work making the USD website accessible to all he can be seen in the hallways on campus, casually wearing a three-piece suit and bringing back the bowtie. Drink of choice: Grgich Hills Fume Blanc