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Take the MDC Website Video Tour

Nov 11, 2010

screenshot of new website's homepage

Visitors to the Conservation Department’s Web pages in recent months have seen our newly designed site that became active in July. We’ve reorganized our information in an attempt to make it easier for users to navigate and find what they need, while also improving our ability to update the site with current and timely topics.

To help introduce the new site and familiarize visitors with the new organization of the material, we have produced a short video tour designed to increase your efficiency with the new site. The three-minute video features tips to better navigation and search results from web developer Chris Haefke.

I hope that you’ll take the short time required to view the video and then spend a few minutes exploring the new site. It’s there for your convenience, and we want it to be as user-friendly and helpful as possible.

Comments

Congratulations on the excellent redesign! This is a fascinating and beautiful website.

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