Strategic Marketing and Communications is excited to announce a major improvement to Chapman University’s degree and program listings. The changes include a new design, overall improved user experience, and more advanced technology. User Experience and Design As with our other projects, the new degrees and programs page was informed by Google Analytics and national research.
We have received quite a few questions regarding Chapman University’s home-grown events calendar. This website interfaces with R25’s database and presents the data in a clean, user-friendly format. It is also mobile optimized and works on desktops, tablets, and smartphones. Users of events.chapman.edu can also update their content on events.chapman.edu and easily add photos and buttons
Chapman is a bustling university with numerous events and activities happening daily. There are concerts, lectures, tours, sports games, plays, screenings, religious ceremonies, info sessions, student activities, gallery openings, club meetings, Greek events and much, much more (phew!). And if you are like most humans, it is incredibly hard to keep track of it all mixed
“I would just as soon that the process evaporates and you have to deal with the experience of the work.” - Chris Burden Recently, I was walking the gallery floors of the newer Broad Contemporary Art Museum at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). During every visit, there is always some piece that seems
It all started with a crazy idea (it might have even been a joke) from David May during a meeting. We were trying to order awards for the (then) upcoming Annual Communications Council End of Year Lunch, where we recognize all the hard work from those in the various communication roles on campus. With none
I’ve always worked in a creative environment. An automotive magazine publisher, an in-house marketing and advertising department, and now, Strategic Marketing and Communications at Chapman. One thing all of these environments have in common: a bunch of crazy stuff on our walls and desks. I suppose it’s a justification that we “creative” types need
Chapman University hosts an annual TEDx event, and this year, TEDxChapmanU will be on Thursday, August 20, 2015 from 1 – 5:30 p.m. in the Chapman auditorium. If you know nothing about TED talks, I encourage you to check out a few of my favorites about a guerilla gardener, creativity in schools, and injustice. And this one
A couple of weeks ago, I was soaring in a small Cessna above the beautiful coastline and mountains of Southern California, having slipped the surly bonds of earth for a recreational flight from Orange County’s John Wayne Airport to Murrieta and back. It was something special – an adventure that a friend and I had
The Chapman University web marketing team wanted to find out which blog posts resonated the most with readers. Because Social Networks make data about shares and likes publicly available, we built a WordPress plugin to track which posts were being shared and liked the most. Download plugin from WordPress.org Fork us on Github
A major buzz coming from the recent International CES convention has been focused on 4K or curved displays. Every time I see a new format coming out, I’m reminded of the days when Sony’s sales numbers were slumping, so they would introduce a new tape format so people would need to upgrade and purchase more decks.