This blog is maintained by Donny Truong, Director of Design & Web Services. It serves a collection of documentations, guides, and resources for web design and development at Scalia Law School.

Key Responsibilities

Design, update, and maintain the law school’s public website and Intranet, including visual design, site structure, and creation of multimedia and dynamic content. Train, coordinate, and oversee the work of other law school staff members who are responsible for updating web content. Develop a consistent visual image for the websites of the law school, the centers affiliated with the law school, and law student organizations through the creation and maintenance of templates, forms, and images. Develop web-based tools to improve the design and effectiveness of the law school’s website.

Design, develop, support, and maintain web-based databases and other specialized electronic resources used by departments in the law school.

Advise, train, and assist faculty, staff, and student organizations with development of their web pages.

Participate in the planning, development, implementation, and support of current and emerging technologies for the law school including multimedia applications and distance technologies. Research, evaluate, and recommend new software applications and other electronic resources.

Develop user instructional materials and other documentation as needed. Provide assistance and training to faculty, students, and staff with a variety of technology resources.

Maintain professional growth by participating in educational programs and activities to ensure a knowledge of current trends, practices, and developments. Participate in the work of university committees and regional and national associations.

Perform related duties as required.