The City of Noblesville’s website, www.cityofnoblesville.org, is now live with a new design that users should find cleaner and easier to navigate.
“We thought it’s time for a fresh look. I’m very pleased with the way it turned out and how user friendly our website has become,” Mayor John Ditslear said.
The new homepage has a similar template to the previous site with drop-down menus at the top. New buttons highlight areas that visitors search for most – including paying bills, meeting agendas, forms, maps, employment opportunities and a place to provide feedback. The site also features social media feeds to the city’s Facebook and Twitter accounts alongside news releases and upcoming events. The site is modernized with a responsive design, which changes size to fit any mobile device – iPad, tablet or phone.
“The new front page should make information easier to access so visitors can easily find what they are looking for,” Information Technology Director Misty Shearer said.
This is the first major overhaul of the website since 2004. The last time the website was updated was 2011 to rebrand with new colors.
“We spent months auditing the website – cleaning it up and removing duplicate data. We drilled down page by page which we haven’t done in years,” Shearer said.