The UBC Common Look and Feel (CLF) is a web design framework that provides a common look and functionality to UBC websites. It includes a header and footer that appear on every page of your website, as well as a number of other common elements and features. A primary goal of the CLF is to provide a consistent experience across the web at UBC.
The latest version of the UBC CLF was released in September 2012 and contains a number of design and usability improvements that take the needs of the many audiences of the University into account. The biggest change in the new CLF is an integrated responsive web design. This means that your website will be compatible with all devices, ranging from desktop computers to tablets and smartphones.
A more in-depth look at the components of the CLF is available on MedNet.
If you have questions about the CLF and how it may apply to your website, please see the MedNet page and our frequently asked questions about the CLF. You can also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.