The Feinberg Web Communications team provides a variety of services, including overall strategy consultation and online brand management. We oversee and maintain the Feinberg main site, and develop other core sites that are central to delivering the medical school key messaging.
We have been charged to provide direction and support for a family of online properties that meet the objectives of different audiences, and work together in a coordinated way, under the Feinberg umbrella. Our staff reviews web sites before they are launched to the general public to ensure that they follow the Feinberg brand and web guidelines.
We are always here as a resource to help you enhance your web presence and provide guidance on the latest best practices.
Feinberg departmental and other special initiative web sites
Our focus is on web sites that correlate with the school mission and priorities. Our services range from project planning and general consultation, to strategy development, online marketing, content organization and user experience design, web site development and training. Our team only builds sites in a content management system (CMS) sponsored by Feinberg and the university, currently Hannon Hill Cascade. It is important to understand that building a website up to Feinberg standards is a multi-stage process that takes a great deal of time, resources, planning and input from you and your group.
We can consult with you about any phase of your project, whether you are doing the work yourself or have hired an outside vendor. To request a website or a service, please use our project request form.
For more information about our current production schedule and content management system, see the Frequently Asked Questions section.
To better understand the benefits of working with our team, within the Feinberg guidelines, refer to the Brand & Identity section.
For more information about the Feinberg social media guidelines, supported channels and some great examples, visit the Social Media guidelines section.
See our Project Timeline for a sample.
This page last updated Nov 12, 2012