Professional Web Assistance

Web Communications

Web Communications is the web design division of University Relations. Examples of web sites Web Comm has developed include the George Mason top-level page, the Center for the Arts, Homecoming, and the university catalog. Web sites developed, reflect the university’s branding while adhering to accessibility compliance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. The Mason Gazette and Today at Mason are also supported by this division.

If you’d like Web Communications to perform a job, you may request it by filling out a job request form.

Information Technology Unit (ITS)

Each year the ITS takes on a few very complex and sophisticated web projects for development. These are usually of the type that have enterprise-wide impact. Often these web services link to the student database or the employee database and therefore need to be approved by Human Resources, the Registrar, or other responsible parties.

If your proposal seems to fit this description, you can obtain and submit an application to the Web Team. If the team agrees, it will forward the application to the appropriate ITS group for prioritization. Projects are done in priority order (rather than “first come, first served”). If your project proposal is not selected or the timing does not meet your needs, we can work with you to locate a suitable vendor.

Template Generator

A web template generator is available that allows units to quickly generate a web site that follows University design standards.

Last Updated: April 12, 2016