The web is a critical tool in how CAHNRS and Extension communicate with stakeholders. Having a site that is user-friendly, content rich, dynamic and fresh is one of the best ways to strengthen and build engagement with growers and producers, legislative staff, donors, prospective students – graduate and undergraduate, and other key audiences.
Web developers from WSU Extension Computing and Web Resources and from CAHNRS/WSU Extension Marketing, News, and Educational Communications have been combined into a single team within CAHNRS Communication.
Website Testing. Our team is currently testing the navigational tree for the faculty and staff portion of the CAHNRS website. We use a service called Treejack, by Optimal Workshop, to gather this data. If you are faculty or staff of CAHNRS and/or Extension, you can participate in the survey.
Website Concept. We are seeking input on a proposed draft for the new CAHNRS Website. While much of the content still needs to be fleshed in, we would like your feedback on the design and navigational structure. Please email your input to email@example.com.