Information architects and responsive designers unite. Printing budgets and user experiences rejoice. Curriculum and marketing professionals combine forces on the campuses of Utah Valley University and Fresno State to create responsive catalogs that are completely searchable, consumable and exportable. Find out how on this episode of Higher Ed Special Edition.


Higher Ed Special Edition is sponsored by OmniUpdate

Episode Host

Ashley Budd

Ashley Budd

Ashley Budd is a digital strategist and designer based in upstate New York. She specializes in bringing offline experiences online. Ashley is director of digital marketing at Cornell University serving Alumni Affairs and Development. Prior to joining the team at Cornell, Ashley spent more than five years in Enrollment Management and Career Services at Rochester Institute of Technology. Ashley speaks about college admissions, digital fundraising, communication and media technologies.


Nathan Gerber

Nathan is director of web development services at Utah Valley University. He is a web solutions advocate specializing in helping educational institutions build effective and productive web solutions. Since 1993, Nathan has assisted many businesses and educational institutions in creating their web systems. As technologies evolve, Nathan works with the UVU community to be a driving force in helping clients move in the right direction.


Dawn Truelsen

Dawn is director of web communications and has led the charge on campus-side web standards and solutions at California State University, Fresno since 2005 and was senior instructional designer introducing the LMS to campus starting in 2000. Prior to Fresno State, Dawn spent 12 years in the software industry as an interface designer and product manager for early e-commerce and graphic arts software companies. She has a MA in Instructional Multimedia and a MA in Graphic Design.


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