If you have been on GovLoop recently (or even if you haven't), you have probably noticed a few changes around the site. We appreciated your patience as we rolled out the seven new community pages last week, but the fun doesn't end there!
In addition to the launch of the newly focused GovLoop community pages, we have done a bit of sprucing up around the homepage to not only reflect the new additions, but to also increase the overall readability and organization of the site. As many from the community have expressed in the past, the previous homepage had a tendency to be a bit overwhelming for the uninitiated.
With that in mind, we set out to solve this issue, as well as a few others, with the help of the amazingly talented folks at Forum One. While it may not be the most dramatic redesign in internet history, these new changes really add up to bring a much more enjoyable and user-friendly GovLoop experience, and we're very excited to announce them to you today.
Whether you're a new or experienced user, let's take a quick tour of some of the improvements:
3) Main Body
4) Other Featured Content
We hope you enjoy the new and improved GovLoop homepage as much as we do, and encourage you to let us know what you think! We're here to serve you- the public servant. This redesign kicks off 2012 in style and truly is a direct result of feedback that we have received from members, so thank you! We're always eager to hear your comments and suggestions. This launch today is hopefully just the start in continually developing GovLoop to provide the best, most efficient collaborative space on the web for people like you!
What do you think? What types of features and/or changes you would like to see in future iterations of GovLoop? Feel free to let us know here in this post, and if you happen upon any bugs, just let us know in this open thread over on the discussion board.