It’s also new website design week! :o) Yesterday, I discussed the terrific new UI for the definitive source for eDiscovery case law – eDiscovery Assistant. But, it’s not the only site with a makeover – the ACEDS website also has a new look as well!
Announced on Tuesday, the site has a fresh, clean new web site design, with a new logo for ACEDS reflecting ten years of existence. The web site also has certification, training and membership information, recent featured news and articles and a terrific calendar of ACEDS events on the main page.
The primary menu includes sections on certification, training (including webinars), community (including information on membership, chapters – with a list of chapters and information about each chapter, including upcoming events and list of board members – news, careers and more), the ACEDS blog and the About section (including the ACEDS team and Global Advisory Board members). Here’s a screen shot from the main page:
It’s a much more up to date look and much easier to navigate site!
There are currently 26 local national and international chapters of ACEDS, including the Houston chapter and I’m honored to be on the ACEDS Houston chapter board. If you are interested in joining or forming a local chapter, you can contact email@example.com to pursue that.
Speaking of eDiscovery Assistant (eDA), ACEDS recently announced an affinity partnership with eDA. And, they have also launched a new #CaseOfTheWeek live weekly LinkedIn program with Kelly Twigger, CEO of eDiscovery Assistant, discussing a (what else?) eDiscovery case of the week! Here is a link to the first one from earlier this week – I’m looking forward to seeing what cases Kelly discusses each week! It’s part of several regular videos and broadcasts from the ACEDS LinkedIn channel available here.
So, what do you think? Do you like the new ACEDS look? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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