Having trouble reading the Unitarian Universalist Association’s website on your handheld electronic device? That should be a thing of the past, says Kasey Melski, website manager for the UUA’s Information Technology Services Web Team. On March 19 she announced the launch of a new set of styles that make UUA.org much easier to read on mobile devices.

She notes that the website now comes across on handheld devices with only a single column of text and larger default text size. She notes, “This isn’t a ‘mobile site’ or a ‘mobile app’ with a limited set of features. The approach we used is called ‘responsive design,’ which means the same website is available to both desktop and handheld devices. It now looks better on smaller screens.”

If you notice anything that needs fixing, notify web@uua.org.

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Don Skinner
Don Skinner is editor of InterConnections and a member of the Shawnee Mission UU Church in Lenexa, Kansas.

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