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ALA's Got Wireframes

Submitted by Leo Klein on Wed, 8/8/07 (12:42pm)
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ALA has been in the process of redesigning their site for a while now. They did a Usability Assessment Report (pdf) at the end of last year. Now, Rob Carlson, ALA's Manager for Web Development, has just posted a link to wireframes for the new site. He's also posted a link to an online survey for user feedback.

Carlson cautiones that the wireframes are just "rough early sketches" without the visual detail or content of the finished site. They're there to give you an idea of where things are heading and how they'll be arranged. With that in mind, have a look yourself. The survey runs till the end of the month.

You can find out more about ALA's Website Redesign Project by going to the ALA Web Planning Wiki.