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January 25, 2007
Five Guidelines for Developing Customer-Friendly Websites
Source: Southern Institute on Children and Families
Citation: Lane, Penny, Joan Winchester, Mercedes Blanco, Leslie Ford and Jim Palumbo. Five Guidelines for Developing Customer-Friendly Websites. Columbia SC: Covering Kids & Families National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, November 2006.
Five Guidelines for Developing Customer-Friendly Websites is intended to help state agencies and other organizations do a better job of helping people find information on the Web about Medicaid, SCHIP and other government services. The publication presents five guidelines that are critical for producing a customer-friendly site:
1. Make your site easy to find