by Christian Knoebel

How we got to "re"
How we got to "re"

What on earth does RE mean?

A few weeks ago we started down the road toward making Princeton University's main website better. A lot better.

Making a better website means renewing, redesigning, rebooting and refactoring it. It also means informing the University community about the process. And so the RE Blog was born. (Yes, you can reblog and retweet this.)

Besides reaching out to you, we need you to talk to us. In the coming weeks we'll speak to many of you by email, online and in person (we've already started). We'll ask you to tell us how you use the website, what's important to you and what's not. You can help us understand the direction to take so the next University website works for everyone.

You don't have to wait for us to come to you. Tell us what you think or ask us a question right now, or put your ideas on our whiteboard. We'll keep listening throughout the process.

Thanks for your help and keep an eye on the RE Blog for updates.

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