The Bank of Finland Bulletin website https://www.bofbulletin.fi/en/ and its Finnish version eurojatalous.fi have been improved to better serve the needs of users. The improvements include a fresher look.
The material published on the improved website is arranged by date and content type. The selection of themes has also been extended.
Material can be searched using the content type icons and theme selection. Article searches can now be made in a more focused way. The article search page helps the user search by type of publication and/or theme and/or date. Article searches can also still be made by using the standard search function at the top of the page.
The popular ‘Accessible Summaries’ of Bulletin main articles are now under a new heading called ‘Simply Short’. These are intended as non-technical summaries of longer articles on current topics and include helpful infographics.
The improvements were made on the basis of a user survey, stakeholder interviews and observations by Bank of Finland experts. The changes also take into account online service accessibility.
The Bulletin website was created in 2015. Since then, the site has featured a total of almost 1,500 topical items on the economy. The site’s Finnish and English pages attract about 200,000 visitors annually.
Take a look at the improved website https://www.bofbulletin.fi/en/.
For more information about the website’s improvements, contact Communications Specialist Petri Uusitalo, tel. +358 9 183 2629.