NARA Opens Voting for Website Redesign

NARA Opens Voting for Website Redesign

The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is redesigning its website to make it easier for you to find what you’re looking for. Check out the four design options and cast your vote here. Update: Voting has closed, but you still can use this link to check out the design...

The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is redesigning its website to make it easier for you to find what you’re looking for.

Check out the four design options and cast your vote here. Update: Voting has closed, but you still can use this link to check out the design options.

All the new home page designs feature fewer links than the dizzying number on the current home page. I love all the information on the site, but it can be difficult to find what you need.

You can learn more about the NARA redesign—including how the public participated in creating the organizational structure of the new site—here.

Family Tree Magazine guides you through finding genealogy answers on NARA’s current site in our National Archives Web Guide, available from Family Tree Shop.

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  1. Yeah. I just got this message on Thursday evening as part of an e-mail message … and found that the voting was already closed. And I come here to see that even the original July 12 posting was too late. Wow.

    — Mike

  2. I’m REALLY sorry, guys! I guess I got so involved in looking at the new designs and reading about the site restructuring that I didn’t try to vote. I didn’t mean to get you all excited about voting and have you be let down like that!