Two great events coming up... 

UF Health Web Services invites you to join us for two upcoming events! 


Behind the Web Mini-Conference (on March 28th) - this 2-hour on-campus event will feature presentations from the UF Health Web Services team that will turn you into a "power user!" Don't miss this opportunity to learn about the latest developments in our website template redesign or how to engage your site users through testing and better content strategy! 

Higher Ed Analytics Online Conference (February 15th) - this FREE online conference is an opportunity to learn more about how website analytics can assist you in making data-driven decisions about your web content, gain better insights into your users through data collected on your social media platforms and website reports.


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Join Web Services and take a look "Behind the Web" to learn more about tools and skills you can use to help build and maintain informative and easy-to-use websites. This 2 hour "mini-conference" is a professional development opportunity open to all website Administrators or Editors of UF Health websites including those located in The Bridge. This is also your chance to meet and greet with other website content managers at UF Health!

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MARCH 28, 2017

9:00 - 11:00 a.m.

HPNP Auditorium 1404

A light breakfast will be served in the lobby beginning at 8:30 a.m.


Presentations & Sessions


APOLLO 2  (The Official UF Health Website Theme) DEVELOPMENT & REDESIGN
Carlos Morales, Director of Web Services, will discuss the results of the Apollo template 2.0 survey (distributed to everyone in 2016.). This presentation will review the feedback and features requested by the survey respondents, and provide a summary for how our website editors and administrators would like to see the official UF Health website theme upgraded.


Nina Trombi will demonstrate how to use the Gravity Suite of tools to build an efficient and self-sustaining office workflow system. In this presentation you will learn how to plan and diagram a workflow for approval processes. Then, using Gravity Forms and Gravity Flow, users will learn how to quickly gather and route their forms to other users, track approvals, and keep all parties up-to-date. Finally, using Gravity View, users will learn how to make quick and customized pages that will use their own form data to display in an easy and accessible format.


Jeff Stevens will walk you through the process of developing a site that is structured for your users and their goals. Sometimes, in the construction of our sites, we don’t take the time to test and iterate our sites to meet the expectations of our users. In this presentation, we’ll go through the process of developing a site that is structured for your users and their goals, rather than by internal organizations that can create a barriers to clear communication and goals.


Greg Turner will introduce the concept of “usability” and discuss tools, strategies, and outline specific ways our new usability service can help you improve the usability of your own website, as well as offer up some solutions that can give you concrete data about your users and what they really want from your site. 


Garrett Hall, Director of Creative Services, will discuss the importance of adhering to UF Health identity standards on the web, and introduce some of the services offered by Creative Services.


Randy Graff, Director of Educational Technology, will discuss the ways his department can assist website managers with software training and support services such as image editing with Photoshop.





Please RSVP early at:

For more information, please contact Web Services at


This online conference will feature a dozen of 10-minute sessions presented by higher ed professionals working in institutions just like UF Health — with real analytics solutions to real higher ed problems.


February 15, 2017

11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Design and Production Studio

(Communicore building, 2nd floor, room C2-020).


 Please RSVP with Natalie Dunway at