The Fort Worth ISD’s website, www.fwisd.org, underwent a homepage renovation and is ready for its big reveal.
Users will see a revitalized design when navigating the refreshed District website. All of the enhancements have been implemented to better serve users and make it easier to find important information.
“The Fort Worth ISD website has been redesigned to address some of the concerns we have received over the past year. We hope these changes make it easier to find important content and navigate the website more efficiently,” said John Cope, FWISD creative communications director.
Long-time users will notice web banner images on the homepage have been resized with titles and captions that are easier to read. Large arrows and a pause button have been included so users can toggle through the images and important messages. The main navigation menu on the website has been improved to ensure it stays at the top of the page as you scroll down to view content. Additionally, three new buttons have been added to the right side of the homepage with quick links to high-trafficked pages for Pre-K, Careers, and FWISD Feedback.
Visitors seeking specific information will notice a new "I Would Like To" link near the top of the homepage. This expandable menu next to the schools directory helps users find information that is in high-demand. The District emphasizes the news and photo galleries sections of the homepage so it is easier to scroll through the content. The upcoming events area has been redesigned to ensure more clarity for users.
“We value input from our customers and hope users like these website modifications,” Cope said.
Check out FWISD.org and share feedback about the new design by visiting www.fwisd.org/feedback.