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Center for Studying Health Systems Change
A little change can be good.
July 27, 2010
GeekPAK recently completed some enhancements to the HSC website. The enhancements and feature refinements improved usability, searchability and community interactivity.
Specifically, GeekPAK modernized the HSC web interface to make better use of current web browsers and web standards. Enhancements included converting images to text whenever possible, enhanced use of screen real estate and copy flow, and a more liquid design.
The changes weren’t all cosmetic, we also did some work under the hood. We started with some tweaks to the site’s information architecture. We also enhanced the site’s user registration and email a friend tools. As one last improvement aimed at modernizing the HSC interface, we also integrated select social media tools.
The biggest feature enhancement involved an overhaul of the site search. The search is now more powerful, more accurate, and more feature rich, while at the same time being easier for visitors to use.
GeekPAK has enjoyed our 12 year relationship with HSC and we look forward to continuing or work together.
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