This page provides a top-level list of our official public-facing websites and a history of the 2015 fema.gov redesign.
- America's PrepareAthon
- Center for Domestic Preparedness
- Disaster Assistance
- Emergency Management Institute
- U.S. Fire Administration
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2015 FEMA.gov Redesign
Launch: October 3, 2015
The redesigned fema.gov launched on October 3. Read our article Less is More: Reimagining FEMA.gov to learn more about the project.
Completed Items as of September 29, 2015
- Made changes disaster declaration landing page.
- Made changes to the left navigation.
- Updated the photo captions look and feel.
- Researched and update disaster declaration registration summary.
- Made small changes to document and photo pages.
- Worked on bug fixes and small formatting items.
Completed Items as of September 10, 2015
- Fixed unresponsive videos on asset pages.
- Fixed navigation popup styling fix mobile vs desktop.
- Indented mobile “In This Section” popup menu items.
- Fixed navigation menu so its collapses.
- Fixed table header layout on disaster declarations.
- Corrected and updated disaster declaration menu.
- Updated the home page layout.
- Built new image rotator.
- Added the authorized equipment list section.
- Share button formatting.
- 10+ other bug fixes, improvements, and formatting items.
Completed Items as of June 29, 2015
- Fixed numerous bugs.
- Implemented back-end enhancements for content editors.
- Applied security updates.
- Added disaster declarations section navigation.
Completed Items as of May 7, 2015
- Added notification for mobile users to download the FEMA App.
- Added "In This Section" 4th menu on mobile.
- Made tables sortable / responsive.
- Formated content to display properly on disaster declaration pages.
- Fixed bugs.
Completed Items as of April 7, 2015
- Displayed the page content front and center.
- Built pages so they display on a tablet and phone.
- Increased the font size and line spacing.
- Use existing section headers as a table of contents for the page.
- Consolidated and created one main navigation list.
- Completed pages include: regular content pages, blog posts, and new releases.
- Built using bootstrap -- this is a techie thing.