OU Campus will now offer a variety of layouts to choose from when creating a new page.
OU Campus now offers a new standard slider which can be used at the top of any page or in any column. Features of the slider include:
In the past, websites were intended to be viewed on desktop and laptop computers. But with advances in technology, cell phones and tablets make the web accessible on any number of devices. Web designers answered this new demand by making a separate mobile version of their desktop site. However, it is more practical and easier to maintain a single site that works equally well on a mobile device as it does on a desktop computer, which has led to the adoption of Adaptive or Responsive design for UVU websites.
An adaptive or responsive website is simply a website that can shrink and rearrange its content to fit on a mobile device. It's a single site, optimized to provide the best viewing experience regardless of what you're using to view the site. This way, site contributors will only have to update one site and have it look great no matter how it is being viewed.
This graphic gives an idea of how a single site adjusts according to the size of the
device it is being viewed on:
To get an idea of how adaptive/responsive design works, take a look at MediaQuieri.es for a gallery of more examples.