New University Web site available to all
Posted February 11, 2005; 10:02 a.m.
The University's redesigned home page and core Web site are now available to the general public by clicking on the icon in the bottom center of the current home page.
The new site is expected to replace the current site on Thursday, Feb. 17. Campus users have been able to preview the new site since Jan. 14.
The preview offers users the opportunity to provide feedback on the new design, audience pages, content groupings and navigational tools.
An explanation of how to navigate the new site, some quick visual
guides and frequently asked questions about the project are available
in the "About This Site" pages. Some minor technical issues for certain
browsers and pages currently are being resolved.
The core Web site -- the top 200 pages -- is intended to convey a better sense of Princeton through new and updated content and more pictures, while retaining an emphasis on frequently refreshed news content. The new design and navigational structure will make it easier for users -- internal and external -- to find Web content.
The Web site redesign is a joint effort of the Office of Communications and the Office of Information Technology. The project is coordinated by Reed Meister, director of Web communications and strategic projects in the Office of Communications.
To provide feedback about the site, use the Web page feedback form, which is highlighted in the footer of every page on the new site. Although individual responses to feedback requests will not be provided, all feedback will be reviewed and considered.