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UC Tech Black History Month Challenge

I have the same dream

Black History Month reflections and a request of the University of California technology community by University of California Vice President of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer Van Williams: To the UC Tech Community:  As we celebrate Black History Month…
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UC User Experience Usability Workshop 2022

UCUX Usibility Workshop

The University of California User Experience (UCUX) Usability Workshop is an annual event held for members of the UC community from its respective locations. It focuses on user experience (UX) research and design, which help make digital services easier to…
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UC Office of the President Technology Delivery Services releases annual review

UCOP buildings

Last fiscal year UC Office of the President retired its mainframe and saved almost $3 million dollars, improved its cyber security posture, and moved the systemwide undergraduate admission system to the cloud.    These are just some of the stories in the UC Office…
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No More “Click Here.” Why Descriptive Link Text Is Important

Example of bad link practices

By Amy Chen. Picture this—you’re reading through a website trying to find a link to a resource that you urgently need, but all the hyperlinks that you encounter say “Click here” or “Read more.” You don’t know what the links are…
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