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Staff Profile: Ben Morgan, User Experience Designer/Information Architect

By Elizabeth Kelsey, editor of Interface

Before Ben Morgan joined ITS Web Services in 2012 as a user experience designer/information architect, he worked as a more traditional architect—the type who designs buildings.

The shape of an F

By Susan Lee
Director of Web Services at Dartmouth

Accessible Dartmouth

When architects design a building, they should consider everyone who may enter the structure. If it’s a public, commercial, or institutional building they MUST consider all, as this is part of Life and Safety code. Ramps and the width of doorways ensure passage for those in wheel chairs; brail helps the blind locate specific rooms; the heights of switches, water fountains, and handrails accommodate all potential users.

A Really Simple Story about Really Simple Syndication (RSS)

You may have asked yourself: What are RSS feeds, exactly—and why should I use them?

RSS, short for Really Simple Syndication, is a way of distributing content from one website or blog to a news aggregator (also termed news reader and RSS reader). RSS content can also be syndicated across websites: if you have a blog associated with a website, you can use RSS to have blog updates automatically appear on your website’s homepage.

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