The Law Society launched our new updated website on January 11. Thank you for your patience as we work out a few bugs and for your feedback on future improvements. Please continue to provide feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will continue to provide updates as new improvements are implemented.
Over the next several days, we will highlight specific changes and enhancements to better familiarize the users with the new website. Today we focus on the new main page.
The new website not only has a more attractive look but has been reorganized based on feedback and analytics of the old site.
The menu is located in the top left corner. The main menu headings have been simplified and are mostly unchanged from the previous website. However, please note the inclusion of a new ‘Initiatives’ page and the switch from ‘Library’ to ‘Legal Resources’.
In the top right corner, please note the new slider feature. This is where information concerning new innovations or projects will be housed.
In the middle of the page, three categories of Quicklinks have been incorporated: Public, Lawyers & Students, and Resources & Support. We believe that these Quicklinks should eliminate approximately 80% of the site searches the occurred on the old site.
Below the Quicklinks, we have replaced our news section with the latest posts from our award-winning blog, Legal Sourcery. Previously, items from our news section would be reposted on Legal Sourcery. We have decided simply to post news items on the blog to avoid this reduplication. Posting news items in the blog format also allows users to search for items by keyword or category.
Stay tuned for a closer look at the changes outlined above and other website enhancements.