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College of Music and Fine Artsĺ website is refreshed

August 15, 2008

Loyola University New Orleans’ College of Music and Fine Arts unveiled an excitingly redesigned homepage (http://www.cmfa.loyno.edu) on Monday, August 11.

The new website, which features an easy-to-use navigation system and video and audio players featuring university performances, is designed to be more versatile and modern.

Loyola’s music, theatre arts and dance and visual arts programs are prominently featured on the site, which clearly advertises upcoming college events and news.

Loyola’s web team conducted student focus groups and talked to members of the university community to find out what they liked and did not like about the previous website. The team used this feedback to develop a better site that gives users more mobility.

The College of Music and Fine Arts is the first of the university’s five colleges to update its website. Loyola’s web team is currently working to redesign the sites for the remaining colleges.

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