Washington Update

FASEB Unveils Redesigned Website

By: Sybil Walker Barnes
Thursday, December 2, 2021
In November, FASEB launched a redesigned website that offers intuitive site architecture, as well as a new look and style.
The new site places a large emphasis on the visitor experience and provides a streamlined, modern design; improved functionality; and resources to help support the informational needs of FASEB member societies and their individual members, as well as prospective FASEB society members. 

A key goal of the new website is to provide visitors with an easier, more graphically appealing way to learn about FASEB’s programs and services. The site features a more intuitive architecture, providing better access to much of our content that was not previously discoverable, to help visitors easily and quickly find information they seek. In particular, prospective scientific society members will find useful information about FASEB, what we do, and who we are directly on the homepage. 

Specific additions on the site include
  • New main navigation: Content is categorized under new headers to help visitors find information quickly and easily.
  • Updated slider: Prominent imagery at the top of the homepage showcases multiple events, reminders, programs, etc.  
  • New search features: Easily search for FASEB events by year and type of event (Science Research Conference, Catalyst Conference, Webinar, Member Society Meeting) and Washington Update articles by keyword, category, and date of article.
  • Global footer: Provides quick access links, on every webpage, to some of our most popular and important resources, including Careers, About, and Become an Advocate Toolkit. 
Staff will continually update the content on the site, especially highlighting news, upcoming events, and feature stories. 

FASEB thanks Past President Hannah V. Carey and Shawn Boynes, Executive Director of the American Association for Anatomy, who donated their time to serve as executive sponsors of this initiative. 

To experience the new website, visit www.faseb.org