Despite all the change in terms of look and feel, much of the basic underlying design remains in place but you can no doubt see that a number of new features have been added, with a fair few other tweaks here and there. For example, there’s now a site search function, a #mayogaa Twitter feed, a Facebook thingy and closer integration with social media generally.
The poll widget is back in action too and to celebrate its return there’s a chance for you to provide feedback on whether or not you like the new design. And, as I used to do before the old one hit the ditch, I’ll be testing the waters regularly with this toy over the coming months. Joe Duffy’ll only be trotting after me.
None of these changes would have been possible without all of the great work that’s been done on the re-design over the past number of weeks by Michael at Designate Creative Studio. As a clubman with Skryne GAA club in County Meath, Michael immediately got what this whole project is all about and he brought this to bear on the many improvements that are now in place on the site. And he never once rubbed it in over 1996 either. Thanks, Michael, for all the help and for a job really well done. Thanks too to Jimmy and Glen at Dara Creative for the helpful advice at the outset of the re-design process.