The Committee on Justice for Mike Nifong’s website, www.justice4nifong.com, has an exciting new look. Posted on Sunday, June 21, 2009, the site is much more interactive, and features tons of animation. The design features have also been altered to give it a cleaner look. Constructive criticism from our viewers suggested that the backgrounds, for example, were too busy and tended to distract from the pages themselves. Attention was also given to the colors used on the site to make them more neutral and coordinated. Last, but definitely not least, the web site was re-organized to make it easier to navigate. (Bloggers from some of the misguided blog sites, such as “Durham in Wonderland,” and “LieStoppers” found the previous site too challenging to operate. Now, even they should be able to find their way around this website.)
There are a few glitches with the site, as the Quiz page did not render as designed, but the fix should be easy to attain. Links on the site worked extremely well. The only drawback in bringing the site out as soon as we did, is that there are many pages and programs which are not ready for posting. The information is on file, but there has not been the time to make it available for posting. The Documents, Letters, and Profile programs are just a few of the examples where information has not yet been posted. Our staff is working around the clock to get those pages ready for publication as soon as possible.
Now that the fundamental work on the website has been completed and uploaded, more attention will be shifted to writing blogs and news articles, and, of course, working on “The MisAdventures of Super-Duper Cooper.”
As always, I appreciate any feedback that you may have regarding the website. Enter it on comments, or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.