When it comes to implementing Slate, most people find that all the different ways to do things can be overwhelming. Cue Rob Tallerico! Not only does Rob know the ins and outs of implementing Slate, but he’s always ready and willing to explain them to clients step-by-step. Rob gets to know your institution’s processes, top priorities, and goals for Slate, then guides the way in figuring out which method of implementation will work best for your institution. And if that weren’t enough to convince you, Rob has over 15 years of higher education experience, meaning he’s been on the other side of the desk and knows how important your needs are. He is well versed in the ever-changing world of admissions and will be with your institution every step of the way to make sure your Slate instance makes your life a little easier.
When he’s not blowing our minds with new ways to use Slate features, you can find Rob:
His favorite Underscore memory? Joining so many colleagues for Underscore’s Stump the Slate Squad webinar in December.
The importance of a solid yield strategy cannot be understated. But with COVID-19 and NACAC’s recent changes to their guidelines, yield communications are more vital than ever. Over the years, Underscore has identified tools and strategies you can use to finish strong during yield. And the best part, these can all be done in Slate.
Accessibility. It’s a vitally important element of web design and oftentimes the most overlooked. In this blog, we’ll dive into what accessibility really is, why it’s important, and tips and resources you can lean on to make your institution’s web design accessible for all.
St. John Fisher College had a problem – they were ready to implement Slate but had concerns about whether their small team could manage a new CRM all while trying to conduct business as usual. With the help of Underscore, Fisher was able to successfully launch Slate while still achieving their admissions goals.