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Welcome to Our New Front Door: A Revamped Homepage

David is enthusiastic about our redesigned homepage for the Law Library of Congress (see how I stuck a link to it in already?).  He provided a little background:

As part of the Law Library of Congress’s Law.gov project the Law Library began reviewing its web presence. In June of this year, we launched an updated look with features to make the website more user-friendly and better functioning.

The update continues with our revamped homepage.  So what’s new?

  • Our @LawLibCongress Twitter stream is now in the right column.
  • In the left column, there is now an image for In Custodia Legis instead of the last three blog posts.
  • There is more detail for Additional Resources items we want to highlight.

As a bonus, you can now directly access the Law Library’s homepage through the short and easy to remember URL – Law.gov.

What do you think of our new look?

Did we achieve more with less?

2 Comments

  1. Leslie Alwiel
    October 25, 2012 at 4:02 pm

    Yes this is great! Nice job I look forward to using even more now.

  2. Kim
    October 26, 2012 at 3:35 am

    I like! Clean and balanced yet content-rich; much info accessible without need to drill down. Nice job.

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