Welcome

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Let’s Tell Your Story

The staff at Internet and Interactive Media would love to help you tell your story online. What you do is important to our UNL community, and you’re part of what makes Nebraska a special place for students, staff, faculty; all of us. Start your story by calling us at 402-472-9878, or by using the convenient email/chat tool at the bottom of this page.

Screenshots of recent work in the new Web Developer Network 4.0 Template

Praise for our previous work

Our previous UNLedu 3.0 version was featured in the eduStyle book Usable Higher Ed Homepage Design, a review of 20 of the "best web homepages" among the 2,700 referenced in the eduStyle gallery. UNLedu 3.0 was the second major UNL web version to win eduStyle's Noteworthy award.

Brick by Brick, an online publication of the Washington, D.C.-based digital agency the Brick Factory, ranked UNL's website, in its UNLedu 3.0 version, second among the Top 11 Best Designed University Websites.

IIM alums include entrepreneurs:

Others have gone on to work in major agencies and web development shops.

And some of our best continue to work right here, building and evolving the online presence of Dear Old Nebraska U.

Join us!

UNL Internet and Interactive Media, a partnership of University Communications and Information Technology Services, is looking for summer interns with abilities in both design and development (mainly CSS and HTML).

As you may be aware, UNL is moving all of our websites into version 4 of the UNLedu Web Framework, a mobile-first, responsive, valid and accessible foundation for the website(s) of our university. We're looking for interns to help us with this transition in time for the start of fall semester.

If your HTML/CSS/design experience is not deep, but you're interested in working in a forward-thinking development shop and learning about the constantly evolving world of web and interactive technologies, we're interested in you. We can offer up to 20 hours per week, at $10-12 per hour depending on experience and demonstrated technical and/or design skills.

If you’re a student in computer science, journalism or design, or similar fields of study, you can get started on a career in web development, design or project management before graduation. By joining the UNL Internet and Interactive Media team, you’ll be able to explore all aspects of web development and programming and find what parts of this growing and vital industry best fit you.

To apply, students should send an email with their resume and a brief letter of interest to Clay Lewis. For a tour drop in any time at 420 University Terrace, just north of 17th & R, or call 402-472-9492 or email.