479 votesstarted · 82 comments · CLOSED: A New FCC.gov - Feedback » Website Feedback & Discussion · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Anonymous commented
An important point is that entities regulated by the FCC are *compelled* by the Commission's rules to use various FCC web applications to meet their regulatory requirements.
The fact that these users were not consulted is a prime example of the arrogance of the web 2.0 generation who seem to take take a dictatorial tack in *telling* users what they need instead of *asking* them. I suppose "cool" is enough, regardless if the application solves any real problem or meet the users' requirements.
216 votes20 comments · CLOSED: A New FCC.gov - Feedback » Website Feedback & Discussion · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
We are looking into ways to provide a tailored experience for frequent users of FCC.gov based on feedback we have heard from users.
Would love to hear suggestions on features you would be most interested in adding to a “professional user” interface as we begin to develop this.
Daily Digest? Improved EDOCs search? Easy access to ECFS?
Send us your ideas.
-FCC New MediaAnonymous supported this idea ·
Thanks Alan. We heard similar suggestions during some of our user testing sessions last week. We’re looking at some new color treatments to brighten that section.
Another question: what did you think of the “follow bar” that scrolls with you at the top of the page? Was that also difficult to notice because it was too dark?
-FCC New MediaAnonymous commented
the problem isn't the font size, rather the font itself. The H1 elements use "Trade Gothic" which doesn't seem to anti-alias properly. Looks amateurish.