ASBPE Redesigns Website For Better Usability

ASBPE's redesign goal was to improve its members' user experience. Along with InMotion developers, the site was rebuilt using a WordPress platform.

Have you been to http://www.asbpe.org lately? If you have, you may have noticed a few changes have taken place. The association recently unveiled a redesigned website which promises an improved user experience and much more robust functionality.

To get the most of the site, we’ll be posting a series of blog posts on the new functions of the website.

In this blog post, we’ll cover the new process for logging in to the site, updating your account and your account details.


Logging In

The log-in process for the new ASBPE website is similar to the old process. Locate the Log-In or My Account underlined text in upper right hand corner of the site.

Once you have selected one of these options, you will be taken to a log-in screen.

As with the previous site, your user name is the email address you used to create your account. Your password remains the same as it did with the old site. If you cannot remember your password, you can selected “Lost your password?” and reset it. If you do not remember your user name, you can email web-master@asbpe.org for help in identifying the email address that was used.

In our next blog post, we’ll discuss how to update your account information.

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2 thoughts on “ASBPE Redesigns Website For Better Usability

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