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FAF Revamps FASB Site

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TLDR: The Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF) has redesigned the website for the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) to improve navigation, design, and search functionality. The revamp is aimed at making it easier for stakeholders to access important information. The FAF plans to launch revamped websites for the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) and the FAF in the coming weeks. The redesign project involved a cross-organizational team and took most of 2023 to complete. FAF Executive Director John Auchincloss expressed confidence that stakeholders will appreciate the improvements made.

The Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF) has launched a redesigned website for the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), featuring improved navigation, design, and search functionality. The revamp is aimed at making it easier for stakeholders to access important information. The FAF plans to launch revamped websites for the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) and the FAF in the coming weeks.

A cross-organizational team, including representatives from the FASB, GASB, and the FAF’s publishing, IT, legal, administration, and communications teams, worked throughout most of 2023 on the project. The team implemented streamlined navigation, a simpler menu structure, and a stronger search algorithm to enhance user experience. The new design is more attractive and intuitive, with more prominent placement of important information.

The FAF is confident that stakeholders will appreciate the improvements made to the FASB website and the upcoming revamped websites for the GASB and the FAF. The redesign project is part of the FAF’s commitment to providing stakeholders with easy access to the information they need. The FAF aims to ensure that stakeholders can navigate the websites efficiently and find the most important information quickly.

The FAF’s Executive Director, John Auchincloss, expressed his pleasure in providing stakeholders with the new FASB website and his confidence in the improvements made. The FAF is committed to continuously improving its websites to meet the needs of stakeholders and make it easier for them to access important information.

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