Websites, Apps & Databases
Find out about the advice and assistance available to enable you to optimise your UCL website. Enable sharing and collaboration by using wikis and blogs, and download UCL's mobile app for students. Also, learn about and get help with the MySQL database service.
Explore Websites & Apps
Discover how Digital Presence can help you with your UCL website. Full design agency services are available covering everything from user research and information architecture to design, development and advice on search engine optimisation (SEO).
Silva is the centrally-supported CMS at UCL.
Find out more about the Silva CMS with Indigo, see the dates when training is available, and find manuals and demos.
is UCL's design language and front-end development framework
for rapid development and deployment of responsive UCL websites.
Digital Presence have incorporated this into Silva to create
Indigo Silva responsive templates and you can see how this works at
the Indigo demo site. Indigo will also be incorporated into Drupal.
All Silva sites will need to migrate to Indigo Silva if they are to move to Drupal.
Digital Presence are working on a project to replace Silva with a new CMS in Drupal.
All Silva sites will be migrated to Drupal over the next 18 months.
Any questions, please email email@example.com
Resources recommended by Digital Presence to help with building a great website, writing for the web, accessibility, SEO etc.
Use the UCL's blog and wiki service to share your research, documentation etc.
Create, administer and get assistance with your MySQL database.
Create personal web pages at UCL for staff and students.
There is no support available for this except drop-in organised by ISD IT Training.
Download the UCLGo! mobile app for students to get access to campus maps, staff contact details, library loans, your timetable and much more.
Help & Self-service resources
Digital Presence blog to keep up-to-date-with all things web; tips, tricks and more!
Service news & related information
UCL's Digital Presence team in ISD are working with digital agency Precedent to carry out research into the digital experience of UCL staff and students. The research will feed into our planning for a new digital interface delivering improved access to tools, services and information. We are using a range of user research methodologies to engage with all UCL groups.
As part of the staff research phase, we would like to learn about your current experience of using UCL digital services. Please complete this short survey which should take no longer than ten minutes. The survey closes at 5pm on 2 February.
Many thanks for your feedback. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/QVRFRTK
Published: Jan 24, 2017 9:44:57 AM
UCL’s Content Management System, Silva, is at the end of its life and provides an outmoded and non-intuitive user interface.
Published: Mar 8, 2016 12:54:50 PM