Redesigned IEEE Home Page Makes It Easier to Find Resources

The site helps members, researchers, and other visitors quickly access products and services

15 February 2017

Are you an engineering professional searching for a conference to attend, or an author who wants to find out how to publish your article in an IEEE journal? Maybe you’re a member who needs to change your email address. The IEEE.org website now makes it easier to discover that and other information on its newly redesigned website.

IEEE.org has a more modern look and feel, and better navigation tools, thanks to the recently launched makeover. The redesigned home page presents information in a more streamlined way.

For example, the new menu bar at the top of the home page now lists seven categories to search, including membership, conferences, publications, and standards. Additional topics are displayed in a drop-down menu under each category.

The home page now has prominent color-coded sections on the right side for three specific audiences: green for members, red for those who want to get involved with the organization, and blue for visitors who want to network with like-minded peers. Each section has drop down menus that offer several options. Those who are interested in networking can, for example, find local IEEE activities or sign up for IEEE Collabratec, the online professional networking and collaboration platform.

In the new How can IEEE help you? section, there are 12 illustrated links that offer assistance to visitors, like authors, conference organizers, educators, journalists, researchers, students, and young professionals.

You can find recent media coverage about IEEE from around the world in the What’s happening at IEEE section, as well as links to articles from IEEE Spectrum and new content available in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.

Keep up with current feeds from IEEE’s Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter accounts in the IEEE on Social Media section.

IEEE membership offers a variety of benefits and opportunities for those who share a common interest in technology. If you are not already an IEEE member, consider joining.

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