Digital Arts + Publishing

Digital Publishing, Media Assets and Content Design

By Wendy Corbett, Associate Lecturer, University of Worcester
  • Quick Guide to Planning any WordPress Website

    February 27, 2020 by

    A website has more than one function. It’s there to inform, encourage enquiries, sales and support customer satisfaction. Most website templates or themes are fairly standard. The key is to individually style with logo’s, colour, media and content to give it an identity that fits your business. We work with WordPress themes which are free… Read more

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    Colour Interaction and Why Colour Matters

    November 6, 2019 by

    Transcript We use colour in everything, from art, design, photography and film, to the clothes we wear and the interiors we inhabit. In colour and human interaction we look at how colour light is made up of colourless energy waves that enter through the eye where the brain then translates it into a colour. Through… Read more

  • WordPress Tutorial, Structuring Content for SEO

    November 15, 2019 by

    Quick guide poster The quick guide poster shows you how to use the WordPress block editor to style and structure content for search engines (SEO). Images, videos, sound files + SEO: Make sure all your images and videos and sound files have a Title and Alt-text that matches a planned keyword phrase or search term… Read more

  • Digital Magazine Design Basics

    November 8, 2019 by

    Make a plan. Six steps to planning a successful digital magazine or website. Slide 1 (above) shows the six steps involved to deliver a successful digital magazine or website. Follow each step for each page or post created. Slide 2 (above) shows examples of content styles. The message for this slide is ‘make a page… Read more

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    How to Edit CSS in WordPress

    November 7, 2019 by

    Custom design in four slides. Follow the instructions below. Note: It is advisable that you understand basic CSS skills before attempting to edit CSS in WordPress. If in doubt contact a developer or a tutor. Don’t risk breaking your site. Always keep a copy of the original CSS code in a plain text file like… Read more

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