We recently rolled out the redesign of the VeriSign Internet Defense Network section of the site.
A key goal of the redesign was to enable users to learn about the service and ultimately, sign up for it. In terms of the look and feel, we wanted to make the pages visually rich and engaging. As a result, you will see the use of large graphics, some injection of color, over-sized text, and multiple videos. This is a good mix to play up or down certain elements, make the content more interesting, and allow users to consume the content in multiple formats - i.e. reading and/or referencing the graphics, and watching the videos.
A cool utility we deployed for an enhanced user experience was the ability to zoom-in on graphics. Users are able to to click on certain images to view enlarged versions of the images in an inline popup. This way the flow of their experience is not disrupted by being taken off the page and outside of the context of the content they are viewing.
Check it out and let us know what you think: Internet Defense Network Redesign!