WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. — The National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF) is redesigning its website to provide improved site navigation, accessibility and overall aesthetic design.
The first phase of the site's revision will roll out in early June, according to the not-for-profit organization.
The NASTF facilitates the identification and correction of gaps in the availability and accessibility of automotive service information, service training, diagnostic tools and equipment, and communication between auto makers and independent automotive service professionals.
"This is next-generation NASTF. We are streamlining our process while customizing user experience," NASTF Executive Officer Donny Seyfer said.
"Phase one will be the tip of the iceberg in terms of functionality. We're taking things slow because we want to get it right, but we are very excited to share everything we've been working on with our members."
The website update will include:
- Navigation: Users will be able to navigate by brand rather than type of information. All of a manufacturer's information will be displayed on a single page.
- Accessibility: The NASTF site will be compatible with phones, tablets and other mobile devices.
- Design: The site will feature simplified designs and modernized navigation.