Posts tagged as:

redesign

TweetMartindale.com has one goal – to be the number one resource connecting legal professionals. In order to reach that goal, we are constantly making improvements to our site in response to user feedback. Earlier this year we rolled out the first significant redesign that focused on the community side of martindale.com – martindale.com Connected. This […]

{ 0 comments }

TweetHave you ever performed a search on martindale.com and got nada results? I get a feeling that you are nodding YES. So have I. Have you ever thought why that is so…perhaps you mis-spelled the lawyer or the law firm name or there is  really nothing that matches the entered text in our database which […]

{ 0 comments }

TweetThis isn’t another “lawyers should use social media” post.  You’ve read a bunch of those, and frankly, I’m tired of writing them.  If you don’t want to use new technology and networking tools to do old tasks faster and more efficiently, I understand.  Making changes can be hard.  There’s a learning curve and then the […]

{ 0 comments }

TweetLast week Jon Lin in his blog post introduced the new martindale.com Connected site. I am excited to say with that release search experience at martindale.com surpassed yet another milestone! Search has always been the choice tool to find lawyers, law firms, legal articles, community content, jobs and much more at martindale.com. Last year, Jon […]

{ 0 comments }

Tweet Notice something different when you visited martindale.com lately?  That is because after many months in the planning, design, and development, we released our first major redesign of the site in over 2½ years.  This is the first of a series of upgrades to the interface coming out over the next couple of months. Redesigning […]

{ 0 comments }

TweetLeading product management for martindale.com over the past 2+ years and transforming the site into the web 2.0 world with the Connected community has been a challenging task, to say the least.  Today, however, I had one of those days that many product managers (at least the good ones) would say is the most rewarding […]

{ 0 comments }