The North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) has launched its new and improved website, redesigned to meet the increasingly varied needs of a growing number of visitors.
The website is designed to be more responsive to the needs of site users who use a range of devices to access information, make applications and find out about the NSTA’s work to support the UK’s energy security, reduce emissions and accelerate the transition to net zero.
Importantly, it continues to provide industry users from a number of sectors with the same high-quality regulatory information and data they need to realise the full value of North Sea operations.
The NSTA worked closely with developer Spindogs and service integrator Ogel IT to deliver a modern site which reflects feedback from within the NSTA and external stakeholders, including via online surveys.
Redesigned menus and a revised hierarchy make it easier for users to navigate the site, while the search function is greatly improved.
In addition, the website is built on a flexible, well-supported and frequently updated platform, ensuring it will continue to gain new capabilities and adapt to changing needs. It also benefits from the latest security tools on the market.
Hedvig Ljungerud, NSTA Director of Strategy, said: “Over the past eight years we have evolved significantly as an organisation and wanted a new high-quality website to reflect that. Our thanks go to our partners for the hard work they put into giving us a modern and visually striking platform which is ideal for showcasing engaging content.”