Author Archives: Nathalie Carter

About Nathalie Carter

A Bristolian woman of web. Working mostly on keeping our content tip top as well as the smooth day-to-day running of the website.

Access all areas

When I first transitioned into a web team almost seven years ago, I started hearing terms that I knew were important to designers and developers, but didn’t necessarily associate with my content-based role. One of those terms was accessibility. Making the connection Before joining the wonderful world of web, I helped organise university events, such … Read more

Web writing: back to basics

As one of three web content editors at Jisc, much of my time is spent editing raw content into something clear, helpful and engaging. At least I hope so! Training our subject specialists Jisc has a brilliant team of subject specialists who, despite their busy roles, have been working with us to update our quick … Read more

(Digital) Festival spirit

We’ve just returned from two fabulous days at the Jisc Digital Festival. As well as soaking up the atmosphere and exploring the various talks and exhibits, we’re really pleased with what we achieved. We uploaded presentations and resources from each of the sessions almost as soon as they had taken place. We gathered personal feedback … Read more

Sprint finish

Remember remember the month of November. I will. It’s been a busy one. And it’s not over yet. This month we’ve had an above-average number of brilliant but meaty projects come our way. There’s been new pages to represent all 21 projects to emerge from the Summer of Student Innovation. We built a hub to … Read more

Picture perfect

We content editors can spend whole afternoons agonising over the perfect picture for a homepage or feature. From the early stages of development we agreed that Jisc’s new website should be beautiful enough to cope without images, but where we did use them we wanted to: move away from clichéd stock photography (do you really … Read more