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I'm curious to hear some specific examples of how the new design is easier to use. I don't see it myself, but maybe I'm missing something. Anybody??
I see four main areas the front page should cover: (1) about the FCC (organization, key personnel, how to contact, etc.), (2) current news, (3) online resources (submitting applications, complaints, etc. & researching actions, databases, etc.) & (4) general search. The front page can be clean & graphics-heavy, but one click into any of the first three areas should lead immediately to the most frequently used options (e.g., browsing the Daily Digest, filing an application in ULS, searching EDOCS, ECFS or license databases, etc.) & intuitively to the full range of resources. The search function should complement the other three areas.
The problem with the new look isn't just that it's different. It's that it's not intuitively organized so users can get to the information & tools they want.Anonymous supported this idea ·
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Thanks for pointing that out—well work on adding that to the newsroom.
-FCC New Media
Eliminate duplicate info on the FOIA "Dow to Determine" page.Anonymous shared this idea ·