Control Engineering launches redesigned website

If you’ve recently visited controleng.com —Control Engineering magazine’s online home — you’ve undoubtedly noticed substantial changes. In early February, we redesigned the site to make it more usable, more concise and easier to find the information you want and need. In addition to a more intuitive look and feel, key features include: Check it out and let us know ...

03/01/2008


If you’ve recently visited controleng.com — Control Engineering magazine’s online home — you’ve undoubtedly noticed substantial changes. In early February, we redesigned the site to make it more usable, more concise and easier to find the information you want and need. In addition to a more intuitive look and feel, key features include:

  • Enhanced search engine executes queries and displays results across three distinct tabs: Control Engineering website, engineering-specific websites, and the web in general.

  • A six-tabbed module which provides access to the site’s most popular features in a single location: blogs, TalkBack, discussion threads, webcasts, podcasts and video (CETV).

  • Improved access to industry newsletters, plus the ability to select and subscribe to newsletters directly from the homepage.

  • Improved access to Control Engineering ’s content channels: System Integration, Information Control, Process Control, and Machine Control.

Check it out and let us know what you think! Send your comments and suggestions to controleng@reedbusiness.com .





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