Our Services

A unit of The Office of Communications, University Web Services (UWS) works with many diverse groups across our campus and offers a number of core services.

High Traffic Pages and Applications - UWS maintains many key UT Dallas site components such as the university's home page, the Comet Calendar, Academic Programs, the Course Lookup, the Directories and the A - Z Site Index.

Web Development Consulting - One of our services is to work with departments to assist with web design and development best practices. We can help with any or all five phases of a website redesign or build, including:

  • Plan and Discovery
  • Develop the Site Structure
  • Design Visual Interface
  • Build and Integrate
  • Launch and Beyond

Departmental Publishing - We can assist in helping your department publish changes to your website. With the use of university branded web templates you might find that publishing your own content is not that difficult.

Formatting HTML email for mass distribution is a task we can assist you with. We can help you use the university-supported Ecartis and NetCommunity email list servers to distribute to the student body, alumni, faculty, staff and friends of UT Dallas.

WebTrends - WebTrends tracks data on many of the web sites at UT Dallas. WebTrends tracks much more than hits. Detailed analysis is available for page views, referring sites, entry pages, exit pages, navigation paths, visit duration, visitors by number of visits, browser and version used, operating system platform and much more.

Communications Council Web Group - We also spearhead an effort to gather all the web developers from the different schools and departments quarterly to discuss industry standards and new technologies.

WebDAM Image Library - The Office of Communications maintains an image server that holds more than 30,000 images of the people, places and events. These images are available to publishers across campus to use in print publications and web projects. All of the images are approved for use and signed talent releases are on file.

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Updated: October 14, 2013