Module glossary

Anchors (above)

Anchors are a series of links at the top of a page (just below the short header) that allow a visitor to quickly navigate a long-scrolling page. 

  • Anchors are NOT intended to be a Table of Contents and, therefore, items close to the top of the page should not be anchor links. These include the bio, quotes, key stats and, often, the first module following these introductory modules.
  • Anchors have a maximum of six, and require no less than four.

Short header (above)

This module displays a large feature image at the top of the page which is overlaid by the page's title.

Specifications:

  • must have a desktop image prepared that is 1920w x 432h
  • must have a mobile image prepared that is 800w x 864h
  • ensure the 'remove text offset' is ticked in the edit component properties box
  • ensure the image item has a background colour set (usually dark) and has a focal point – this will avoid the image tiling
  • ensure the image is not too light, as the page's title text is in white and this can cause accessibility/readability issues
  • due to the panoramic style of the short header, choose a picture which has a large frame around the action. If your image has the focus point too close up, it won't be easily visible as a short header. Use derivv.com to test the crop of an image.

Word

File name here (Word 1.2MB)

Dynamic banner (below)

This module displays a large full-length image that can (optionally) be linked to a Youtube video, so that when the 'play' icon is selected, a modal will appear, allowing the video to be viewed.

Specifications:

  • must have a desktop image prepared that is 1920w x 672h
  • must have a mobile image prepared that is 720w x 612h
  • padding should be set to none in the edit component properties box
  • all videos MUST be captioned for legal and accessibility purposes

Event promotion module

This module will display up to two manually selected events. Events must exist in the Faculty/Schools event listing in order to be selected. The module will only display events whose 'end display' dates have not passed. If all events have passed their 'end display' dates, the module will not display.

Specifications:

  • events must first be present in the event listing/s for the Faculty or School
  • maximum of two events can be displayed
  • not available for use on global feature pages (profile, facility, discipline, project)
  • module should be set to 'full width' in the edit component properties box

Global features promotion

This module will display up to six manually selected global feature items (projects, profiles, disciplines, facilities). They will always show in a medium card format. This is a good module for promoting a variety of global feature items that are all tied to the one School or theme, for instance.

Specifications:

  • display one to six global feature items
  • inbuilt Title and subtitle section; ensure subtitle is kept to no more than two or three short sentences
  • module should be set to 'Full width' in the edit component properties box
  • padding should be set 'none' or 'no padding left right' in the edit component properties box

Accordions

Accordions allow large amounts of content to be displayed without overwhelming a page with text and creating unduly long-scrolling pages. Each accordion consists of a number of accordion items which expand when clicked. 

Accordions:

  • can have unlimited individual accordion items
  • should generally not include pictures
  • can be filled with any text-based content via the Rich text editor

Accordion title

Subheading space, intended for one to two brief sentences.
Accordion item 1

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Etiam lacinia quis magna sit amet hendrerit. Fusce vulputate aliquet odio sed luctus. Vestibulum mauris erat, pulvinar id vulputate in, accumsan a mauris. Aliquam erat volutpat. Donec ac hendrerit felis.

Vestibulum bibendum, tortor at imperdiet vehicula, nisi lectus elementum est, vel sollicitudin dui odio et leo. Phasellus mi ligula, luctus sit amet feugiat iaculis, finibus in purus. Mauris dignissim felis vitae porta dignissim. Mauris id mi tortor. Curabitur vitae quam arcu. Nulla et nisl non velit euismod bibendum posuere a tortor.

  • first item
  • second item
  • third item
Accordion item 2

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Etiam lacinia quis magna sit amet hendrerit. Fusce vulputate aliquet odio sed luctus. Vestibulum mauris erat, pulvinar id vulputate in, accumsan a mauris. Aliquam erat volutpat. Donec ac hendrerit felis.

Vestibulum bibendum, tortor at imperdiet vehicula, nisi lectus elementum est, vel sollicitudin dui odio et leo. Phasellus mi ligula, luctus sit amet feugiat iaculis, finibus in purus. Mauris dignissim felis vitae porta dignissim. Mauris id mi tortor. Curabitur vitae quam arcu. Nulla et nisl non velit euismod bibendum posuere a tortor.

  • first item
  • second item
  • third item
Accordion item 3

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Etiam lacinia quis magna sit amet hendrerit. Fusce vulputate aliquet odio sed luctus. Vestibulum mauris erat, pulvinar id vulputate in, accumsan a mauris. Aliquam erat volutpat. Donec ac hendrerit felis.

Vestibulum bibendum, tortor at imperdiet vehicula, nisi lectus elementum est, vel sollicitudin dui odio et leo. Phasellus mi ligula, luctus sit amet feugiat iaculis, finibus in purus. Mauris dignissim felis vitae porta dignissim. Mauris id mi tortor. Curabitur vitae quam arcu. Nulla et nisl non velit euismod bibendum posuere a tortor.

  • first item
  • second item
  • third item

Highlights

This module can display a number of highlight items which can link to external sources or UWA Sitecore sources. They are commonly used to link off to news articles.

Specifications:

  • images should be sized to 960w x 576h
  • module should be set to 'normal' in the edit component properties box
  • padding should be set 'none'  in the edit component properties box
  • background colour should be set to 'smoke'
  • title can be no longer than 70 characters long
  • pretitles are always in capitals and should be something relevant to the item, such as NEWS, AWARDS, VIDEO, STUDENT LIFE, etc
  • teaser text fades out
  • no more than two to four items in a segment; if more items are required,  spread the modules throughout the page

News

 

Tabbed container

Tabbed containers bring together two or three info banner and carousels in a tabbed format. Due to some technical issues, DCS will create the tabbed containers but Faculty staff can create the content within each tab  i.e. you would prepare the two or three info banner and carousels and then send a request to [email protected] or lodge a Service Desk ticket for DCS to create the actual tabbed containers on the page desired.

Using tabbed containers:

  • they can have two or three tabs
  • one info banner and carousel per tab
  •  tab titles cannot contain brackets or punctuation (hyphens are fine)
  • only one tabbed container is allowed per page
  • every tab must have a different image

Tabbed container

This is the subtitle area.

 

Info banner and carousel

This module can display an image and content side-by-side. 

Specifications:

  • images can be 1146w x 645h or 1146w x 845h
  • the former is best for landscapes/scenery, where image is likely to be set to 60%.
  • the latter is best for people shots, where image is likely to be 40%. An 845 height helps avoid heads being cut off when image resizes to small screens
  • must be set to full width
  • background colour should be Sky
  • padding must be set to none
  • should have no more than two short paragraphs of content
  • can have CTAs
  • the example below shows that when too much text is included a vertical scroll appears. This should be avoided, as important content/CTAs may be overlooked

Info snippet (key stats)

Info snippets, when used for key stats, show brief amounts of information that highlight the prestige or importance of a topic. 

  • between two and four info snippet items can be contained in one info snippet module
  • module width should be set to 'normal' for three to four items, and 'narrow' for just two items
  • generally, module padding should be set to 'no padding top' if the module is following the bio/intro of the page, otherwise at the content author's discretion
  • if using rankings or stats, the source must be shown in brackets with no comma before the year, i.e. (ARWU 2018)

Key stats info snippet

This is the subtitle area.

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Ranked 12th in the world and 1st in Australia for Marine/Ocean Engineering (ARWU 2018) 

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Ranked 37th in the world for Civil and Structural Engineering (QS World Uni Rankings 2018)

Ranked 5th in the world for Mineral and Mining Engineering (ARWU 2018)

Info snippet (contact)

Info snippets, when used for contacts, can highlight up to four types of contact points.

  • between two and four info snippet items can be contained in one info snippet module
  • the order is always phone, email, location, other (our staff, access, research repository, website, etc)
  • info snippet text should be as follows: Phone, Get in touch; Email; Send an enquiry; Location, Find us on campus, Research Repository, Read more about Firstname Lastname
  • module width should be set to 'normal' for three to four items, and narrow for two items
  • generally, module padding should be set to 'normal'
  • two phone numbers are possible, but instead of the 'get in touch' text, explain the difference between the numbers; i.e. John Smith 6488 1234 and Jane Ryan 6488 4321
  • a subtitle is not necessary if the title is sufficient

Contact info snippet

This is the subtitle area.

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Location

Find us on campus

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Our staff

UWA students and staff, 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday

A-Z Staff Profiles

Rich text module

This module is very flexible and can display text, call to action (CTA) buttons and images in variety of ways. It can also be used to create custom headers for modules that do not have in-built functionality.

  • never use an H1 in the rich text module. Web standards require that only one H1 is visible on a page and this is taken by the page title which is displayed in the short header.
  • width should be set to 'normal'; on rare occasion 'narrow' may be used but never 'full width'
  • padding is at the content author's discretion
  • bio or intro text should be two column for the optimal amount of content; if the content is quite short, one-column centred text may be used
  • for a profile page, the order is blue subtitle, quote, bio, key stats. If they have no key stats, the quote goes below the bio instead

Supporting the social inclusion of older people by improving their digital literacy

Throughout my studies at UWA I've been given great opportunities to network with professionals from a wide range of industries. Hannah Dawson, Master of Professional Engineering student

This project re-evaluates policies of ageing by focusing on mobility, migration and new media. It examines how support networks for older people are increasingly dispersed due to the greater mobility of their family, friends and care services.

Access to social networks and a capacity to belong and engage with other people is now understood as a significant indicator of healthy ageing. Importantly, the increasing uptake of new communication technologies means that social activities, social interactions and a sense of belonging are no longer limited to local, proximate networks and communities.

What remains unknown, but that will be addressed by this project, is the role of distant and virtual support networks in the lives of older Australians, the potential and actual role of new media in the experiences of older people, and their use of effective support networks.

The insights gained by this project will be used to radically update aged care policy and service delivery.

The research includes a survey of the sector as well as participant observation, ethnographic life history interviews and network analysis to compare experiences of diverse older migrants and non-migrants in both urban and regional locations, at home and in institutional care.

The project is being led by Professor Loretta Baldassar of UWA's School of Social Sciences and Associate Professor Raelene Wilding of Latrobe University. This three-year project secured Australian Research Council Funding in 2016.

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