We have just rebuilt the mobile version of our website. You may remember that a while back we launched ReliefWeb Lite in a bid to better meet the needs of users in low-bandwidth countries. Our Labs research ultimately proved to us that an enhanced mobile version would be more sustainable and stable.
Our mobile version 2 has combined the speed and simplicity of version 1 with the best features of ReliefWeb Lite:
- It’s fast, even in areas with low connectivity
- It allows users to visit pages when they are offline
- It doesn’t require extra space or a brand new phone
- It takes up less space than apps
- It’s more accessible for users with disabilities
The most obvious change from the previous mobile version is the design, which is now sleeker and more responsive.Read more
At ReliefWeb, your feedback, ideas and suggestions are very important to us. They are what have helped ReliefWeb become such an important tool for the humanitarian community. We’re always exploring new ways to deliver humanitarian information, but we can’t do it without your input.
To ensure that ReliefWeb best meets the information needs of humanitarians, we’ve decided to undertake some research on you, our humanitarian users. The 2014 ReliefWeb user survey is now open.
If you are a long-term ReliefWeb user, you will recall that we conducted similar comprehensive user survey back in 2010. You feedback helped us to roll out useful features and services, such as Headlines, Topics and Tweeter aggregations.Read more