Residence Life Office has an excellent navigation structure, excellent user flow and is highly accessible. The site provides concise content that is well structured and easy to read, in addition to thoughtfully crafted graphics and icons.
The College of Forestry and Conservation makes use of great graphics, photography, icons, and layout. The content creators have embraced the features of the Ponderosa Template and emerged with something truly beautiful. This eye-catching site is a breath of fresh air.
Votes poured in for the UM Foundation in our first ever People's Choice category. This site is intuitive, well structured, and serves as inspiration for other sites!
"Jen Sauer is the steward of the UM Homepage, making sure everyday that it has fresh content and is umbrella that all of UM’s sites live under. She does a great job and the UM web presence wouldn’t be the same without her."
The College of Visual and Performing Arts homepage features bold visuals, a cohesive design and branding, and a navigation structure that makes it the perfect gateway to the rest of the site.
"Brady has been innovative in bringing the Residence Life Office website to the next level. He has enhanced the website with a large number of plug-ins, and patiently taught others in the department how to use all the Cascade offers to ensure our website offers educational and interactive ways...
Congrats to the The Crown Reporting Project. According to the nominator, "This Ponderosa site features tiles in a one-of-a-kind, revolutionary way, drawing users into page after page of rich, dynamic content. The template was specially designed for the website's varied purpose for each tile and...
The Wilderness Institute has come a long way; emerging with a site that now featuring strong visuals, clear navigation structure, and well organized content. Great job, and keep up the good work.
The College of Forestry and Conservation exemplifies the UM brand, good use of Cascade components, strong visuals, and engaging content. They take home the coveted Golden Pinecone for the second year in a row.