Southern District of Florida Spiffs Up Website
Miami lawyers, move on up to the edge of your seats. The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida has unveiled its new and improved website.
I must admit that I was not all that familiar with the old version, so I'm largely taking on faith the opinion of David Oscar Markus at the SDFLA Blog that it's a "big improvement." But in cruising around it, I can confirm that I found it to be pretty darn user-friendly. Also, as opposed to the situation on the website for the District of Montana, I didn't detect a single use of comic sans. So that's good.
I did take Markus's suggestion that I try viewing the mobile version on my phone. But for the lack of a visible "Quick Links" bar (which contains links to lists of recent cases filed, among other things), the mobile version also seemed to work fairly well.
Both the Southern District of Florida and Markus encourage users to take a survey about the website and provide a link for that purpose. Because I already took the survey, I am unable to successfully reproduce that link. Blogger Fail. But you can all go ahead and take the survey too, if you're into that sort of thing.
Posted by Eric Lipman on October 26, 2010 at 01:23 PM | Permalink
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