2022-2023 Self Evaluation

The self review process has changed bit this year with less questions and less verbiage. I was told not select outstanding performance, unless my performance was truly outstanding. I never selected outstanding in the past, but former supervisor always selected outstanding in her review of my performance. I also have a new supervisor this year and I don’t know what to expect. I chose successful across the board. I hope my new supervisor agree, but I am not going to lose sleep over it.

Job Knowledge & Execution

  • Stayed on top of responsibilities as Director of Design & Web Services
  • Made a major upgrade from MODX version 2 to version 3
  • Implemented web application firewall (WAF) to tighten security
  • Implemented content delivery network (CDN) to speed up performance
  • Upgrade PHP version 7 to 8
  • Improved HTML and CSS for richer content delivery
  • Revised and improved accessibility
  • Worked with our Web Content Specialist to keep content up-to-date
  • Developed a solution to display banners on digital monitors to promote the law school activities
  • Built out calendar for public events
  • Worked with Events Manager to promote the law school special events
  • Worked with outside vendors on digital advertising and marketing
  • Supported research centers with their WordPress websites
  • Collaborated with University’s IT on web-related projects
  • Developed new skills by learning and researching on Cascade CMS

Organizational Citizenship/Relationships

  • Supported faculty members with their digital requests
  • Worked with administrators on website updates and developments
  • Provided website solutions for admissions offices, career center, and research centers
  • Worked with everyone in the Law School to meet expectations of quality, accuracy, timeliness, ethics, professional conduct, and service to the university community
  • Took web accessibility and diversity seriously to support the university’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Accessible to others and responsive to their questions, needs, and concerns

Goals, Objectives, & Results

  • Keep our websites in the best condition
  • Support the Dean Strategic Communications and Marketing in web marketing and communications
  • Collaborate with Faculty Services Librarian & Assistant Director of Communications and the Technology Services team on web-related technologies and digital designs

Operational Leadership

  • Led web development and design research, implementation, and execution
  • Initiated projects including WordPress theme design and documenting our processes
  • Supervised and mentored the web team
  • Provided opportunities for team members to reach their goals

Mentoring & Coaching

  • Encouraged team members to learn through online resources and conferences
  • Encouraged team members to take on projects that will help them grow their career
  • Opened to help others who need feedback on graphic design and web development
  • Updated the web design and development blog to provide in-depth documentation on MODX and all of the special features that I have implemented over the years
  • Encourage team members to contribute to the blog, which allows them to improve their analytical skills


  • Successfully maintained high-quality websites for over a decade
  • Continuously improving performance, engagement, usability, and accessibility
  • There are many opportunities for improvements including creating new exciting contents and removing outdated materials


  • Improve the CMS manager to provide an easier way for non-technical users to make updates
  • Looking forward to new challenges including Implementing a new content management system
  • Improve contents with engaging stories, videos, and interactions