ICANN is redesigning its website – and it wants its users to help it do so.
The body said a cross-departmental team has been working for months to improve the look, feel and usefulness of its primary website, icann.org.
A central resource for domain name information, ICANN’s website contains a wealth of detail on the body’s work, including news about research, events and policy.
It will be especially popular at the moment, because the body is soon to start accepting applications for new top level domain names.
ICANN is to host a live webinar on November 21st and wants users to join and ask relevant questions.
“How will the new site differ from today’s site? What new features can you look forward to? Will rearranging the site break links to content you rely on?” the organization said.
Scheduled to go live early next year, the completely redesigned website should be easier to navigate, ICANN said.
The webinar will discuss findings of research into what most users are trying to do when they visit the ICANN website and how the redesign will affect users.