See examples from real Calvin Web sites
Check out these examples from Calvin Web sites that are getting it right when it comes to making information easy-to-find and easy-to-read.
Biology department Web site »
- Uses sidebar content to highlight information, encourage action and invite visitors to dig deeper into related material.
- Includes a Heading 3 format title on each sidebar.
Ecosystem Preserve Summer Camps page »
- Uses bullets to make information more scannable.
- Prioritizes items for action, "Register Online".
- Organizes information logically by age groups for camps.
Political science department Web site »
- Adopts recommended navigation categories, making information very easy to find.
- Heading content, navigation bar content and title content are parallel to help visitors know exactly where they are in the site.
Asian Studies Web site »
- Makes use of a limited number of high-quality images to complement well-written and well-organized content.
- Applies photo re-sizing standards so that pages are not weighed down by large images.
About Us content
Biology department About Us pages »
- Provides a succinct but comprehensive overview of the department and its offerings.
- Uses a sidebar to feature compelling facts about students, faculty and graduates of the department.
Home page content
Sociology department home page »
- Draws prospective students into the kind of distinctly Christian thinking they'll do in the sociology classroom at Calvin using engaging language.
- Highlights majors, minors, research and internship opportunities and sociology careers.
- Uses sidebar to communicate news and/or events for the department.
English department home page »
- Uses three columns to highlight lots of important things: majors and minors, courses and advising resources, department news and events, and book recommendations.
- Updated frequently to indicate that a lot is going on in the department.
- Uses special book recommendations sidebar to give current students a reason to visit Web site often.