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NotesNavigation can be confusing and visual design is somewhat inconsistent. Didn't find information for industry. Search results are displayed in a desktop version page. Body font size is not very readable.The structure of navigation is clear. Functions like advanced search and filter contribute to the efficiency. But information for industry is still difficult to find.Very usable navigation. Clear breadcrumbs on each page. Clean and consistent visual design. Easy to find information for both faculty and industry people.If I were a member of industry, I wouldn't know where to look for information for me.There are a ton of links in the navigation menu so you have to scroll to see them all.The navigation menu is generally split up by user groups, which we might want to take a look at. However, there's one tab called "diversity" that doesn't seem to belong where it is. subsite under School of Engineering and Applied Science; Poor navigationElegant navigation drop-down; good responsivenessElegant navigation + search bar at the top
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They have a tab listed as "Partnerships." It contains a short description of what that means, a list of opportunities partners can engage in, news & events at CMU SCS, a description and link to an article, partnership team info, a list of current partners, and at the very bottom of the page is a form to get in touch with the college. This page doesn't seem very helpful to potential partners or students.They have a tab listed as "Engage." It has multiple columns. One is for Alumni and one for industry. The column of links for industry navigate to different areas on the same long page. It gives general recruiting, CAP, event, and working with students information. At the end of the page is a contact us section and a list of partners. This page would be more helpful it were broken into separate pages. It's difficult to get the information you need when looking at all of the information at once.There's a tab listed as "Corporate Partners." In the dropdown is a short description and four sub-tabs: Recrruiting, Featured Corporate Partner, Ways to Engage, and Corporate Affiliate Program. I like how they've added the "Ways to Engage" because I think that it can apply to anyone from industry partners to alumni. The tab has no information intended for students about careers. Within the student tab is a sub-tab called "Career Resources."
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