CDC Unveils Redesigned Website to Enhance Public Communication

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has launched a revamped version of its website, CDC.gov, aiming to improve how it communicates with the public. This significant update follows extensive internal and external reviews conducted after the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The initiative, known as CDC Moving Forward, included several projects intended to enhance the speed and clarity of the agency’s communications. The redesigned website is the result of thorough user testing and feedback, making vital health information more accessible and easier to find.

CDC experts are dedicated to protecting lives by providing timely and easily accessible health information. The new website features content improvements labeled by audience, reduced clutter, and an enhanced user experience. The site also boasts a fresh look and feel.

Through sophisticated auditing, the CDC has streamlined its website content by over 65%. This reduction aims to help users quickly find the information they need to make informed health decisions. Additionally, the content has been rewritten to better meet user needs.

In March, the CDC conducted a beta preview that involved feedback from over 3,000 users. This preview allowed partners and the public to explore the new website and provide input. The feedback collected was incorporated into the final design launched this past week.

Throughout 2024, the CDC plans to continue refining and optimizing its web content. This ongoing effort reflects the agency’s dedication to meeting the public’s health needs.

With the newly redesigned CDC.gov, users can expect an improved experience as they navigate through crucial health information.

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