FDIC.gov Homepage Revised — New Features Added, February 1, 2011
The FDIC's public homepage, FDIC.gov, has been revised to include a task-based "Need help finding information?" section and includes more information such as Financial Institution Letters (FILs), Special Alerts (SAs), and FDIC YouTube videos.
The "Need help finding information?" section allows users to identify their role in the "I am" section and then proceed to the "I want to" section for specialized questions that will lead them to specific Web pages. This function provides users with another search option to find information.
A new tabbed box has been added to the middle of the page that includes information on Quick Links by users, links to Top Search results, and informative links about the FDIC.
The "Featured" box contains links to high corporate priority Web pages.
The main navigation pages (Deposit Insurance, Consumer Protection, Industry Analysis, Regulations & Examinations, Asset Sales, News & Events, and About FDIC) have also been revised to include a subject-specific "Need help finding information?" box and "Featured" box, as well as the links to FILs, Press Releases, and videos.