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  • FILE NAME John Yoo JGCC_IA_refresh.graffle

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    Tue Aug 16 2011MODIFICATION DATE

    Joan Ganz Cooney Center Site UX Refresh

    DESCRIPTION

    VERSION HISTORY v.1 - Preliminary documentation of site map, revised global navigation, and homepage

    v.2 - Updates from initial meeting with Catherine Jhee Added Rollover navigation states Added Logic/rules behind posts and automated updates Added Layouts for About Us, Blogs and Reports

    v.3 - Updates from review w/ Catherine Added Generic Landing Page Template Added Events Page Added Blog Full Post Template Page About Us sub-Page Templates

    v.4 - Updated from review w/ Catherine Updated Widget Options Added Events: Detail Page Added About Us: Sub-page Added About Us: Our People Added About Us: Our People: Bio Template

    Usability, design refresh and platform overhaul.

  • Joan Ganz Cooney Center Site Refresh Site Map

    Tue Aug 16 2011

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    Generic Templates

    Homepage

    Mission Statement

    Legacy

    Research

    People

    Partners

    Sponsors

    About Us Reports

    Report Template

    Initiatives

    Initiatives Template

    Blogs Events Press

    Full Blog Post Template

    Board of Directors

    Staff

    Cooney Center Fellows

    Sesame Workshop Advisors

    National Advisory Board

    Bio Template

    Full Event Description Template

    Contact Us NewsletterSearch Results

    Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Policy

    Link to Sesame Workshop

    Global Pages

    Pages to Kill

    What is RSS?

    RSS Spread the Word

    News Highlights

    Credits

    1-column Template

    2-column Template

    3-column Template

    Press Release/ Story Template

  • Joan Ganz Cooney Center Site Refresh Navigation

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    © 2011 the Joan Ganz Cooney Center | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Newsletter | Contact Us | Press

    1. Efficiency on the Page - In an attempt to streamline the existing design I've made 2

    critical changes. First, the navigation for the full site has been reduced in half from roughly 300 pixels tall to 150 pxls. The second change was to remove the 3 column structure dictated on all pages by the "L" shape of the old header.

    - All sub-section navigation will now become horizontal and move right below the current sections.

    - Moved from multi-column, multi-section homepage to a 2- column orientation.

    2. Rollovers for Site Tabs - Rollovers will give a view of the sub navigation that exists

    within each section. - Clicking on the tab will take the user to the tab page, clicking

    on the text links will take them directly to the sub-section - While rollovers aren't touchscreen friendly, the usability gain,

    may outweigh the potential impact on mobile users. - Reports as a label may change to Publications

    3. Rollovers with Featured Content - For sections with content that changes frequently or has

    featured content, a portion of the rollover can feature content. Reports, Initiatives, Blogs and Events can all utilize a 2 column approach within the space.

    - See All Publications can be listed before or after the featured content item.

    4. Rollover w/ Latest Content - Similar to feature 3 but instead of having Featured Content,

    the site automatically lists the most recent post or piece of content.

    5. Revised Footer

    HOME ABOUT US PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH &INITIATIVES BLOG EVENTS

    The Joan Ganz Cooney Center

    Contact Us | Press search Go

    advancing childrens learning in a digital age

    at Sesame Workshop

    sponsored by Sesame Workshop 1

    The Joan Ganz Cooney Center

    Contact Us | Press search Go

    advancing childrens learning in a digital age

    at Sesame Workshop

    sponsored by Sesame Workshop 2

    HOME ABOUT US PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH &INITIATIVES BLOG EVENTS

    - About Us Home

    - Mission Statement

    - Legacy

    - Research

    - People

    - Partners

    - Sponsors

    The Joan Ganz Cooney Center

    Contact Us | Press search Go

    advancing childrens learning in a digital age

    at Sesame Workshop

    sponsored by Sesame Workshop 3

    HOME ABOUT US PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH &INITIATIVES BLOG EVENTS

    - See All Publications

    - Featured Report Families Matter: Designing Media for a Digital Age by Lori Takeuchi, Ph.D. June 2011

    The Joan Ganz Cooney Center

    Contact Us | Press search Go

    advancing childrens learning in a digital age

    at Sesame Workshop

    sponsored by Sesame Workshop 4

    HOME ABOUT US PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH &INITIATIVES BLOG EVENTS

    - See All Posts

    - Latest Post Call for Papers: Learning, Media and Technology by Ingrid Erickson, Ph.D.  Jul 28, 2011

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    EXISTING SITE NAVIGATION

  • Joan Ganz Cooney Center Site Refresh Homepage: Blog Feed

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    HOME ABOUT US PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH &INITIATIVES BLOG EVENTS

    The Joan Ganz Cooney Center

    Contact Us | Press search Go

    advancing childrens learning in a digital age

    at Sesame Workshop

    sponsored by Sesame Workshop

    Report Families Matter: Designing Media for a Digital Age Lori Takeuchi Ph.D. June 2011 -> Learn More 1 2 3

    Cooney Center Recent Blog Posts Up to the minute stories will keep you posted on the latest happenings in the field of kid's digital learning.

    Featured: Reading Rockets in Your Pocket by Cooney Center Team | July 12, 2011

    Join Us!

    We're pleased to help our friends at Reading Rockets spread the word about their great new mobile site. But even beyond the great content that the site provides, they're also offering the chance to win some great prizes, including an iPod Nano. Rachael Walker shares more information on the new mobile website and how to win below:

    For more than ten years, Reading Rockets has been spreading the word about research- based reading instruction and offering the latest information on what works in the classroom, in a way that teachers, parents and other who work with children are able to understand and use.

    -> More

    Studying eBooks at the New York Hall of Science by Zachary Levine | July 18, 2011

    Just over a week ago, I had the pleasure of assisting members of the Cooney Center staff in a two-day research study at the New York Hall of Science(NYSCI) in Queens, NY. The study, conducted in corroboration with NYSCI, focused on the interaction between children (ages 3-5) and their caregivers when reading two different science books: one regular book and one on the iPad. Would the iPad serve as a distraction to children or would it actually promote as much parent-child conversation and interaction as the print book? In order to answer this important question, the children and their caregivers were asked a series of questions after each book was finished as well as at the end of the session.

    -> More

    We all Need a Little Hope: Organizational Spotlight on HopeLab by Carly Schuler | July 11, 2011

    One of the perks of working with The Cooney Center and Sesame Workshop is getting to meet people doing amazing things.  The industry is full of passionate organizations and individuals that are using digital media to promote children's healthy development and learning in a multitude of ways I never would have dreamed of.  As part of my blog series, I hope to occasionally spotlight these organizations -- groups that are doing something different, something amazing, or something inspiring.  It wasn't difficult to decide where to shine my first spotlight -- on an organization called HopeLab that is doing all three.

    -> More

    -> See More Posts

    Recent Reports

    Featured Blog Posts

    Upcoming Events/Community Calendar

    Families Matter: Designing Media for a Digital Age by Lori Takeuchi, Ph.D. | June 2011

    Always Connected: The new digital media habits of young children by Aviva Lucas Gutnick et al. | March 2011

    Learning: Is there an app for that? by Cynthia Chiong & Carly Shuler | November 2010

    -> See All Reports

    Reading Rockets in Your Pocket by Cooney Center Team | Jul 12, 2011 

    Announcing Our New Cooney Center Research Fellow, Sarah Vaala by Cooney Center Team | Jul 6, 2011 

    Presentations from the Leadership Forum Available Online by Catherine Jhee | Jun 27, 2011

    -> See All Features

    Jul 27 - 29, 2011 2011 Building Learning Communities Conference

    Jul 27, 2011 Where the Kids Are: Digital Learning In & Out of School Time

    Aug 24 - 25, 2011 Game Education Summit

    -> See All Events

    Find us on Facebook

    Joan Ganz Cooney Center We're looking for a smart, savvy research and web assistant to help out with some great projects. It's a fantastic opportunity to get involved with field research and online media. See the link below for more details.

    Join - Joan Ganz Cooney Center joanganzcooneycenter.org Research & Web Assistant

    Joan Ganz Cooney Center

    Report from Sunny Wisconsin: My Time at GLS 2011 by Ingrid Erickson, Ph.D. | Jul 6, 2011

    I always love going to the Games, Lea

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