Create better UNSW websites with the new Web Guide

15 Feb 2024
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The guide covers everything you need to know to create, update and manage websites at UNSW.

UNSW’s Web Guide provides valuable insights, knowledge and instructions to help you harness the power of the web. 

Compiled by the Web Operations and Transformation team, the UNSW Web Guide includes learning resources, step-by-step instructions, reference material and tutorials on digital skill-building. It covers a wide range of topics, from creating exceptional web experiences to the fundamentals of website functionality and accessibility.

The Web Guide offers: 

  • Comprehensive information: Dive deep into aspects of the web, including content, design, branding, search engine optimisation (SEO), technology and analytics. The guide offers an extensive collection of essential digital skills and knowledge.
  • Timesaving tips: Access step-by-step instructions and tutorials to reduce the trial-and-error phase when working with digital tools and platforms.
  • Ease of access and navigation: The Web Guide has an easy-to-use interface with categories, making it simple to find the information you need.
  • Empowerment: The Web Guide will help you stay informed about the latest technological advancements and online resources.

How to use UNSW’s Web Guide

To use the Web Guide, simply sign in and use the search bar to find the information you need. Alternatively, choose a web category and explore by topic. 

The guide can help you:

  • understand exactly what your website requires and how it can fit users’ needs
  • identify and solve digital issues
  • learn about the support available from the Web Operations and Transformation (WOT) team. 

If you manage content for a UNSW website or work on digital projects, check the guide regularly for information on the latest developments, technologies and digital resources.

Your feedback is always welcome and will help to continually improve the Web Guide. Send your suggestions and questions to: