The designs and new information structure are based on extensive user testing and community feedback. We asked members of the public what they expected from the CFA website, how they would organise the content and what words best describe the information (rather than agency terminology).
The aim is to create a more user-friendly website that will better inform the 1.3 million people who visit each year.
As well as usability improvements, the updated design also reflects CFA’s new Style Guide.
The new site will also see CFA Connect incorporated into the main CFA website as the “News & Media” section.
Have a look at the graphic design concepts and tell us what you think. We want your thoughts about the look and feel, the layout and the style. Don’t worry about the current content because what you see is indicative only.
The next stage of the redesign is building a test version of the site, which will be available for public access in October.
If you are logged in to CFA Connect you can post your suggestions and feedback in the comments box below.
Community members can post their feedback and suggestions using the Feedback tab at the edge of this page.
You can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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