UUA Web Team, Information Technology Services

The Web Team develops and manages UUA web sites and applications including UUA.org and UUWorld.org and several custom-built applications like our ministry search and congregational certification systems.

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Your UUA staff loves to use photos from our congregations on the UUA website! Here's how:

Leader Resource | By UUA Web Team, Information Technology Services | August 13, 2019 | From LeaderLab

Ask questions here about the UUA WordPress Theme for Congregations or any congregational website. To receive email notifications about new posts and comments, click a Subscribe link at the bottom of this page, or of individual discussion pages....

By UUA Web Team, Information Technology Services | February 27, 2018

Headers, lists, bold text, and other formatting conveys meaning and content structure in addition to changing the style of text on our web pages. We should do everything in our power to make sure that our attention to appearance does not interfere with people’s ability to understand that meaning...

By UUA Web Team, Information Technology Services | May 20, 2016 | From LeaderLab

The UUA WordPress Theme for Congregations is a framework for your own congregational website. The theme -- like a template for your website -- does much of the technical and design work for you, so you can focus on the content....

By UUA Web Team, Information Technology Services | September 8, 2015 | From LeaderLab

Technical Support to create and maintain an effective website that clearly communicates who you are, what you do, and why it matters.

By UUA Web Team, Information Technology Services | September 4, 2014 | From LeaderLab

Use fewer words and design for skimming. Be sure your content supports your mission, helps your users find what they need, and encourages web visitors to become congregational visitors.

By UUA Web Team, Information Technology Services | September 4, 2014 | From LeaderLab

Website hosting can be free or cheap, but it's worth making a budget item for hosting with well-reviewed customer service and technical support. Some hosting companies offer reduced rates to non-profit organizations. Registering your own domain name (websters email list, whose members are always...

By UUA Web Team, Information Technology Services | July 2, 2014 | From LeaderLab

Every few years, we reconfigure the information architecture (IA)—the menus—of UUA.org to keep up with changes in our shared language and priorities. We rely heavily on user input (from surveys, constituent feedback, and data from Google Analytics) and testing (surveys, card sorting, and tree...

By UUA Web Team, Information Technology Services | June 9, 2014 | From LeaderLab

Don't use all-caps. Not only does the use of all upper case text reduce reading comprehension by up to 90%, it is interpreted by many as the text equivalent of yelling.

By UUA Web Team, Information Technology Services | January 27, 2014 | From LeaderLab

Use brief, meaningful headers to allow your reader to scan a page quickly for the information they need. The use of "scanning" is one of the major ways web readers differ from print readers.

By UUA Web Team, Information Technology Services | January 27, 2014 | From LeaderLab

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