Georgetown launches blog about website redesign

Georgetown Web Redesign

The University’s Office of Communication has been working on a redesign of the University’s main website for a few months now, and they recently launched a blog to get feedback about georgetown.edu and issue updates about how the redesign is progressing.

According to the blog’s first post, the website redesign team has heard from over 80 members of the Georgetown community so far.  The main concerns they’ve expressed are that the new website needs to “deliver compelling content in a variety of formats; enhance functionality and use of multimedia; improve navigation, search functionality and user experience; and redesign mobile interfaces.”

The blog explains that this will be the first redesign in seven years, and the Office of Communications hopes to have the new website up in a year.

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