Results of the Archives.gov Homepage Redesign Vote
Thank you to everyone who voted and commented on the Archives.gov homepage designs and features!
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The results are in and Design C received the most votes. Design C will be used to proceed, with minor modifications based on usability testing and user feedback.
- In-Person Votes: 1,866
- Online Votes: 1,388*
- E-mail Votes: 3
Voting was open Friday, July 2–Monday, July 12, 2010:
- Online voting was open July 2nd through July 12th
- In-person voting was available July 6th through July 9th in the Public Vaults in Washington, DC
- In-person voting was extended to the College Park and Washington, DC, Research Room areas and available July 7th through July 9th
* About Online Voting
Ideascale, an online voting tool, was used for the online homepage redesign voting. This tool allows logged-in voters to vote for or against a design and to vote for or against homepage features. Features votes are distinct from the design votes – features votes are about what to include on the homepage (News / Slideshow / Document of the Day etc.).
- There were a total of 1,388 online votes. Of these, 1,254 were for homepage designs and 134 were for features.
Online and in-person comments and votes confirmed the preference for a simpler, cleaner homepage design.
- These charts combine the 1,866 in-person votes, 3 e-mail votes, and 1,254 online design votes.
- These charts show the difference between considering the online "agree" votes (left) and the net total of the "agree" and "disagree" votes (right).
These were the designs voted on between July 2 and July 12, 2010.
View the Data Analysis and Feedback that helped us design these four initial concepts.
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