Web Development Services has been busy - too busy to write about the work we’ve done. In the past year we’ve launched several websites. The large projects have included:
Our office has moved to 693 Alexander. Take the 701 Carnegie Shuttle or make an appointment to meet us in our Green Hall meeting space by emailing email@example.com.
The Program in Teacher Preparation at Princeton University is dedicated to supporting students who choose to be in the nation’s service and the service of all nations through a commitment to education.
Web Development Services (WDS) has launched a new website for Records Management. The website includes policies, procedures, and guidelines, as well as information about being mindful of the records we create and how we manage them.
Princeton University's Live Media website has a new look. The Live Media website, formally Web Media, broadcasts live events to the web.
Web Development Services (WDS) has launched a newly redesigned website for the Education Research Section (ERS).
Web Development Services (WDS) launched this year's version of Your Path to Princeton. The website welcomes the Class of 2018 and provides them with the information they need know before arriving to campus.
Web Development Services (WDS) has launched a new blog for the Undergraduate Admission office titled Speaking of Princeton.
Web Development Services (WDS) has launched two new websites in support of the ongoing Princeton Prime Project.
Web Development Services (WDS) has launched the newly redesigned website for The Office of Sustainability.
Web Development Services (WDS) has launched the newly redesigned website for Career Services.
OIT has negotiated special pricing with Acquia, a cloud-based hosting provider specializing in Drupal hosting and support.
The website was designed and built by Amy Hepler and Henry Umansky of WDS in conjunction with Michael Smith (chair), Jason Robinson, and Anna Faiola of The Department of Philosophy.
Web Development Services (WDS) has launched a new website for Drupal support
The website was designed and built by Lee Lilly and Michael Muzzie of WDS.