Check out the New Communication Standards Website!

clock December 5, 2011 18:35
There haven't been a lot of updates recently, and for good reason—we were updating the site! Check out the new look on Communication Standards. And please, tell us what you think! [More]

Remember Your Marketing Plan and Content Review for New Projects

clock July 1, 2011 15:32
As mentioned in recent Web Coordinator Meetings, we’ve instituted two new elements in our website development process.

One of the new requirements is to include a marketing plan for any project coming to the Project Review Team for its initial meeting. The goal is to ensure that as new EERE websites are created, there’s an accompanying strategy for how they are promoted. Examples of marketing avenues include widgets, blog and Facebook posts, GovDelivery notifications, cross-posting on other EERE websites, etc. [More]

The Project Review Team's Information Form Has Been Revised

clock February 14, 2011 11:51
The form that you fill out to initiate your team's check-in with the Project Review Team for a new website project has been revised. The project information form, which is also posted on the home page of the PRT Wiki, now incorporates the task list and schedule that your team once filled out with the project charter a little later in the process. [More]

New Program Home Page Structure and EERE Web Site Redesign Update

clock July 29, 2010 14:31
Web sites in the OpenText Content Management System will undergo two processes for moving into the new template: Refacing and re-architecting. All program sites must complete the refacing process by Sept. 30, 2010. [More]

Standards Podcast: How to Start a Web Project

clock May 26, 2010 18:07
It's now an EERE standard that any new EERE Web project—whether a redesign or a new site—has to to go through the Project Review Team before it starts. And if this process seems confusing to you, the newest Communication Standards project—Starting a Web Project—discusses how to start that process off. [More]