Posted: Fri 7th Feb 2020

Flintshire Council wants public input into website redesign

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Friday, Feb 7th, 2020


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Flintshire Council is calling on the public to help redesign its website.

The last major redesign of the site took place in 2013 when a “metro” style tiled design, familiar to users of Microsoft Windows was introduced. 

That upgrade made the site much easier to navigate and information that had previously been buried behind layers of of text was made more prominent on the landing pages.

Like most websites, Flintshire Council’s is constantly evolving and some of those design principles adopted in the previous major upgrade have now been dropped.

The council is set to hold two ‘short sessions’ inviting members of the public to share ideas on how they think the website should look.   

A council spokesperson said:

“Our website is an important channel to help us to deliver modern and efficient services that are available at a time and location convenient to our customers. 

We want to empower customers to access the services and information they need online and we want ideas from customers on how our website should look.  This will ensure customers can take advantage of all of the benefits online services may offer them. 

We are planning to hold a number of short sessions in Mold and Ewloe to invite customers to share their ideas so that our new look website is accessible, inclusive and supports customers to use digital services.”

If you are interested in sharing fill out the form here: flintshire.gov.uk/WebsiteRedesign.

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