Following study, FCC starts Web site redesign

Following study, FCC starts Web site redesign

The Federal Communications Commission this month began a major redesign of its Web site.

The effort followed an evaluation of the site, at www.fcc.gov, for which the commission sought comments from the public, industry and Web experts. In its study, the agency looked at the site's navigability, usability, format, content, interactivity and effectiveness.

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The redesign will be conducted in two phases. The first phase went online July 16.

Changes were made to the site's home page, as well as pages for the agency's commissioners, Enforcement Bureau and Office of Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs, and wireless telecommunications and international affairs. The changes involve the formatting, fonts, colors and navigation of the site.

The second phase will switch the remainder of the site to the new design by the end of September. FCC last redesigned the site in 1999.

'M. McLaughlin

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