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The U.S. Trotting Association would like to thank everyone who participated in our recent NewLook survey. You provided us with some very valuable information that will guide us in improving the user experience on our website.
So what did you tell us?
You indicated that the area that needed the most improvement is our search function and that navigation on the site could be better. Also, that our information structure and layout need some work too. Others thought that we should be more innovative with our digital presentation and that it would be convenient to have a universal login for the entire website. And you gave us a few other things to improve on too.
Well we heard you and have already begun work!
We can show you what’s changed as we go and see how you like it.
Your input will be important throughout the redesign.
Be assured that we are also exploring additional options to make the site more personalized and efficient for how you use it. We look forward to hearing more from you along the way.Sincerely, USTA Web Development Team
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What is NewLook?
What is its purpose?
A single location for redesign info
NewLook is the place where USTA website users will be able to provide feedback on specific functionality and features that currently exist or that they would like to see included during the planning phase of the website’s redesign.
See work as it unfolds and provide input
NewLook will allow the public to view updates about the design work as it progresses and the ability to interact with the USTA in order to give feedback on the concepts and design elements prior to the release of the new website.
The USTA web redesign team is seeking input on elements of the current website and the new website, as it is developed, so that feedback can provide ways to improve the user experience. USTA Executive Vice President & CEO Mike Tanner