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Come and see new aalto.fi structure and demos 1.3.

On Thursday 1 March, the Aalto community is welcome to an event where the communications platform renewal team will present their initial vision for the new communications platform structure, wireframes for the School, department and service pages.

The event takes place at the Undergraduate Centre at 9–11.

The first part of the event is an introduction to the structure, which is followed by demos of the new at stands. There, you can familiarise yourself with the draft structure, concept and page layouts, meet the team and ask questions.

Registration

If you have not received a personal invite by email and wish to attend, kindly register for the event at Webropol.

Live stream

The event will be streamed up until the audience goes to the demo and informationstands outside the auditorium.

We look forward to seeing you on Thursday. Welcome!

Communications platform renewal team
[email protected]

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