FBI’s New Website
October 29, 2010
The FBI gets about 30-35 million visits to its website every year…now it’s easier for those visitors to navigate that site.
Ms. Ballew: The FBI gets about 30-35 million visits to its website every year…now it’s easier for those visitors to navigate that site.
Mr. Lilly: “We basically re-architected the entire website. The look and feel is totally different. We added a lot of new content, added some new functionality.”
Ms. Ballew: Mike Lilly, chief for the FBI’s Online/Print Media Unit, says the Most Wanted section is the most popular among visitors.
Mr. Lilly: “Most wanted terrorists, missing kids, parental kidnappings, bank robbers.”
Ms. Ballew: Finding information is more user-friendly.
Mr. Lilly: “We rebuilt that site to include a new web-based wanted poster where you can click through and get the details of the person.”
Ms. Ballew: Another section takes a look at FBI history.
Mr. Lilly: “We redesigned the main history page to look like a scene out of the 1934 Biograph Theater where John Dillinger was shot.”
Ms. Ballew: See if you can crack a code in the “Fun and Games” area on www.fbi.gov. I’m Denise Ballew of the Bureau and that’s what’s happening at the “FBI, This Week.”
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