The National Demolition Association has launched a new Web site with greatly improved, user-friendly features, streamlined content and mobile-response design that allows the same site to be accessed from desktop, tablet or mobile phone. Web site visitors will find clear visual navigation cues to help them quickly scan for what they need, assuring that no information is more than three clicks away.
"The new NDA Web site was designed with NDA members — and the many publics we serve — in mind," said Kim Wieland, director of member services of the NDA.
NDA members now can enter the Web site through a members-only portal that delivers a more enhanced viewing experience, giving them access to information not available to the general public. The section is integrated into the main Web site so they no longer need to navigate through a second site.
The homepage of the Web site now includes weekly updates of industry news, a link to the NDA blog to keep members and the public up-to-date on regulatory and compliance issues, and the latest on safety, environmental and business topics. The NDA Twitter feed from @NDAMakingWay is now prominently displayed on the left side of the landing page as well as all internal pages, delivering the news as it happens.
A quick find online directory of NDA members and associate members and their specialized skills found on the NDA homepage can direct visitors to members and suppliers. The directory can be tailored to searches in particular states or according to the services or products needed. In addition, the quick find tab located at the top of the each Web site page allows NDA members to gain access to a state regulation resource locator and to find concrete and asphalt crushing facility, C&D landfill and mixed C&D waste processors by state.
"We view the many enhancements and additions to the Web site as a key member service for those companies which belong to our organization," Wieland said. "The goal is to let various stakeholders such as municipalities, commercial real estate developers, or government regulators easily find the information they are looking for about the industry, the NDA and our membership."
Full information is now posted for NDA’s educational webinars on a variety of topics, with registration forms included. And as part of the Web site redesign, more information and resources are now available on industry topics that include disaster response, environmental stewardship and community development.
For more information, visit www.demolitionassociation.com.
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