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Want a better PC(USA) web experience?

Brief survey will provide needed insights to build a new website

by Mark Koenig | Special to Presbyterian News Service

LOUISVILLE — Presbyterians are being given an opportunity to have a say in the development of a new Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) website. Work has begun on the new project that will incorporate the work of the Office of the General Assembly, Presbyterian Mission Agency and Presbyterian Historical Society, as well as other ministry sites.

In the effort to improve the experience of accessing and using the services, features and content, PC(USA) leaders are seeking public feedback. The 10-question survey will take three to five minutes to complete and will help staff design and build a web experience that meets user needs, values, goals and expectations. Responses are due by Aug. 21.

“User insights will serve as the foundation for shaping informed design decisions, ensuring a positive user experience and guaranteeing that we address the specific needs of our church community,” said Andrew Yeager-Buckley, project manager with the Administrative Services Group. “We urge all Presbyterians to participate in this short survey and play a vital role in creating a website that truly reflects our collective vision.”

Those willing to participate further in the research can provide their contact information (name and email). Yeager-Buckley says the information will be used only to contact individuals selected to participate in follow-up research. No input given in this survey will be used or shared outside of the agencies involved with this internal research effort.

Contact Andrew Yeager-Buckley with any questions.

The survey is prepared and collected by APAX Software on behalf of the PC(USA). 

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