TechComm Committee Update, February 2018


Written by Anthony Morelli

On February 21, 2018

The TechComm Committee spent the entirety of February’s meeting reviewing the existing Association Voice Website and the navigation through all of the menu items. During the process, we identified a good number of unnecessary menu items that can be consolidated to make items and areas of interest far easier to find an navigate as we transition to a new website.

For example, rather than having separate areas for the Board Meeting Materials which currently include (separately) agendas, board book materials, highlights, and minutes – each of these separate subsections can be consolidated into their respective Board Meeting link which will include all of the items specifically relevant to a given meeting from the agenda right through to the final approved minutes. In that manner, you can find all of the appropriate materials for a given Board Meeting in its single location rather than three, four, five locations or more.

Having worked through these determinations, we can now plan to continue the build-out of the site and prepare to have it go “live” concurrently with Association Voice for a seamless transition when Association Voice has fallen be “turned off.” Stay tuned…

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