The Riverside County Superior Court website is undergoing a makeover and will debut its new look on Monday, sporting some new user-friendly features.
According to the Superior Court Executive Office, the revamped site features “cleaner, friendlier and less text-heavy” pages.
“As technology advances at a record-setting pace, the court must continually strive to keep up with these advances so that court users have the information they need to conduct their business, literally at their fingertips,” Presiding Judge John W. Vineyard said. “I am confident that the new website design will result in a more pleasant navigation experience for the public.”
Site images, including buttons, will be readily identifiable, and instructions or descriptions on each page will be in larger fonts, making content less cumbersome to digest, officials said.
Search functionality will also be improved, with the goal of making search results more on-point, according to the Executive Office.
Spokeswoman Marita Ford noted that links with vague information have been reformatted for clarity, and the site will now be well-adapted to mobile devices.
Additional information is available at www.riverside.courts.ca.gov.
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