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Re: CMU IDSA: IDSA.org redesign proposal!

Postby chevisw » December 14th, 2010, 3:29 pm


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So, wondering what happened with this project and were it went / is going.... I had heard some rumor but nothing more. Any update Tarngerine.......

Re: CMU IDSA: IDSA.org redesign proposal!

Postby linda_dong » December 14th, 2010, 4:39 pm

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About 2 weeks after we finished the video our IDSA officers had a teleconference with a few members of IDSA national. The gist of the meeting was that they appreciated the hard work and thought that went into our redesign proposal but did not have any plans of furthering the proposal into implementation. They mentioned that it was helpful to get a student perspective of the website but that they'd need to collect research from other points of view (i.e professionals) before beginning the redesign of their redesign.

They did ask us whether we wanted to personally continue working on the project, but since we're all extremely busy college students with incongruous schedules that proposal was slightly out of the question. Especially since that would appear as if we were responsible for a new website ourselves which is a full-time job in itself.

Take from that what you will.

Oh, but they did foot the bill for our Student Lecture Series' pizza tab.
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Re: CMU IDSA: IDSA.org redesign proposal!

Postby tarngerine » December 14th, 2010, 8:48 pm

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Yea, there weren't any real definite actionable conclusions. It's definitely an interesting project to tackle, but in terms of execution, manpower/resources... I'm not sure college students are the right ones to ask.

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