The site will continue to support a balanced mix of video and text, but with the new cleaner front page, users will be able to navigate more easily to the parts they wish to read or view.
"There is less clutter in the way of text and heavy colours, and the links to other parts of the site are clear and easier to find," explained M V Tronson. " For example, a flashing icon alerts the user to a simple 'click' to the monthly video news, if they wish to view it."
On the left is a pruned-down set of hyperlinks to the various ministries of Well-Being Australia; on the right is a better-organised set of links to the list of projects; and the centre is personalised with a photo of Mark and Delma Tronson.
The green and red logo maintains its appropriateness, and its deep red lines are colour co-ordinated to the small amount of red on the new lighter, blue-toned page.
What the user does not see are the hidden changes behind the scenes. The site needed to free up more digital space for the ever-increasing number of video interviews for the Australia Missionary News, which are a recent feature of WBA's ministry.
Many pre-loved videos have been completely removed from the site including the highly successful 'I minute' Bible talks by Mark Tronson; as have all except fifteen carefully selected photographs on the art page, which are representative of Mark Tronson's art (painting as Tronson du Coudray – the missionary painter).
Talking about the web site is one thing, checking it out is quite another. Enjoy!