Credit: Stuart Mackay, NIWA

Posted on 06 July 2020

Website: tell us what you think

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You may have noticed that our website has a fresh new look with gorgeous imagery of our marine world. More importantly, it makes our mahi much easier to explore.

User feedback and priorities are at the heart of this redevelopment. Our stakeholders and Māori partners told us that they wanted:

  • Easy access to research outputs – We focused on making our projects, tools and resources easy to search and filter; and have colour-coded different types of tools/resources.
  • Maps that show where research is happening – All project pages now include a map to show the location of the research; the homepage features an interactive map that shows the location of all our research projects; and all projects, and tools and resources where appropriate, have been tagged with a location to make them easier to search.
  • Clear timetables and deadlines of outputs – Phase II (2019–2024) project pages will include a new timeline feature; these are in development, so stay tuned!

Making our research, tools and resources accessible to communities is essential to our mission, so we’d love your feedback to ensure that the new website is delivering what you need.

Take our 2 min survey

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