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Georgia announces Redesign of Official Website

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The University of Georgia Athletic Association and WME/IMG Georgia Sports Properties is proud to launch a new web design for the official website of the Georgia Bulldogs, www.georgiadogs.com.  This newly designed website is slated for launch at 2:00 p.m. Eastern time on Tuesday, August 11.

Georgiadogs.com has been the premier source for information on UGA Athletics since October of 1999.  The site has undergone redesigns multiple times, and the latest iteration promises to be the most exciting yet.  A new, dynamic presentation — clearer menus, crisp graphics and a cleaner design throughout — will greatly enhance the viewing experience while continuing the same great content that Bulldog fans have come to enjoy.  Web pages will flow in a style that will require far fewer clicks by the reader.  Additionally, the new design will work on all devices, including desktop computers, tablets and mobile devices.

”We’re excited to to bring a fresh, new look to georgiadogs.com,” said UGA Senior Associate AD Andy Platt.  ”Over the last several months, our design team placed an emphasis on recruiting and providing more online resources for our sport programs.  A lot of thought was put into showcasing our facilities, game day environments, social media, and building the ‘Commit to the G’ brand.  In the coming months, we’ll be enhancing the site with more video, photos and access to our sport programs.”

”Georgiadogs.com is the most comprehensive source for everything that is the Georgia Bulldogs,” said UGA Associate AD for External Operations Alan Thomas.  ”We are excited to launch a fresh, responsive design that will allow the most passionate fan base in college sports to stay informed, stay inspired and interact daily  with our program across multiple platforms.”

MULTIMEDIA:

All audio/video content will remain free for all users.  No subscription is required anywhere on the site.

MOBILE:

All pages on the new georgiadogs.com will be viewable on all mobile devices.  The responsive design is intended to make the viewing experience the same for all users.  Gone is the WAP site that was a whole different design and navigation.  The new design is meant to be seamless from device to device no matter what orientation you are viewing on your device.

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  1. Buster

    Aug 10, 2015 at 11:12 am

    Thank goodness! Perhaps the new site will actually be ‘user friendly’!

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