The City of San Diego has redesigned its website offering a tool designed to be more user-friendly and easier to understand, officials said.
The previous version of the city’s website was arranged by department. If a resident wanted to fix a pothole, he or she needed to navigate to the appropriate department to get that information.
With the new design, residents can find the most common services or requests for information at the top of the homepage.
It also should be easier to use via smartphone or tablet, city officials said.
The redesign took more than a year and cost $646,000, half of the approved budget according to a City of San Diego news release.
Those who find something that needs to be changed or fixed on the new website, can submit feedback using a yellow tab in the top right corner.
The website can be found at https://www.sandiego.gov/.