The University of Texas at Austin
  • A Web evolution is on its way

    Published: Nov. 16, 2010

    The University of Texas at Austin will debut the redesign of its home page and core Web pages Sunday, Nov. 21. The redesign — dubbed the Refresh project — is the next evolution in the university’s comprehensive Web presence.

    The university’s home page averages about 170,000 unique visits and more than 4.3 million hits per day and is the largest opportunity we have to communicate with a varied audience of faculty, staff and students, prospective students/parents, alumni and friends, corporate partners, media and the public.

    In September 2009 the university’s Office of the Vice President for Public Affairs and Information Technology Services began the extensive, community-based redesign process. In the Refresh blog, we’ve tracked the progress of the redesign process.

    We’re thrilled to bring you the university’s redesigned Web presence on Sunday. Visit and then share your feedback about the university’s Web evolution.

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