As part of the GNSO Improvements Project, one of the tasks given the Operations Steering Committee’s (OSC’s) Communications Coordination Team (CCT) was to make the GNSO web site “more usable.” The CCT has expedited progress on this task and, after extensive research with GNSO users and the ICANN community, has developed a proposed re-design of gnso.icann.org.
The CCT’s research indicates that the three most common user tasks on the GNSO site are: trying to find a document; managing activities via the Master Calendar; and seeking to learn the latest regarding a policy issue. The CCT proposed redesign to GNSO.ICANN.ORG simplifies those three tasks, and also makes the site friendlier to newcomers.
Scott Pinzon and Ken Bour, ICANN Staff supporting the CCT, are presenting an overview and some wireframe diagrams of the proposed redesign. The goal is to gain your input, advice, and suggestions on further refinements. The overview will describe:
- What it means to move from a static website to a dynamic website
- The reasoning behind the proposed changes
- Whose input influenced the proposed changes
- Proposed new features, such as the Acronym Helper
- How non-English content could be handled
- Where to send comments and suggestions
The webinar will be held on Wednesday 14 October at 1300 UTC using Adobe Connect and the dial-in bridge. All are welcome to participate, but members of the GNSO are especially encouraged to participate.
To make sure that there are enough lines, please RSVP to Gisella Gruber-White: Email: email@example.com.
Dial-in details and the Adobe Connect room details will then be forwarded to you.