Site search: Each site now has a search feature, which the old sites did not have. Internal site search provides faster and easier access to the specific content users are looking for.
New menus: Both sites have new drop down menus based on a new information architecture (basically this means we have re-organized the site to provide faster and easier access to content).
Bread crumbs: Bread crumb paths are standard for all pages in both sites now. Bread crumbs make it easier for users to navigate the site, understand where they are in context of the larger site, and find the content they are looking for.
SEO: The sites and individual page content are now much more search engine optimized. We cleaned up page headlines and titles, restructured content, and better optimized the URLs.
Cool. Click in to learn more about it, or even better, peruse the updated sites today!
Emily Warburton Jensen loves searching through the LDS blog world for developments and testimonies that best capture the ever-evolving LDS online experience. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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