Working with my co-workers, we have been updating our website to be ADA compliant and more user-friendly. I have been through ADA compliance training through Texas Association of Municipal Information Officers and have received a ADA Web Certification.
As one of my projects for the website, I work on updating the Water Smart Pages.
Before I updated this page, the website did not have buttons and also contained a lot of pages that had hard to follow content. After the updates, users can find information quickly and efficiently. I combined pages to better find information. For example, there used to be the pages “outdoor watering,” “winter watering,” “watering trees in a drought,” and “watering lawns in a drought.” Those pages are now easily found in the “Water Conservation” page. I combined the two drought focused pages into one page.