NPRI launches redesigned homepage
- Monday, January 14, 2013
LAS VEGAS — The Nevada Policy Research Institute today announced the launch of a completely redesigned version of its main website, http://npri.org. The new site features a crisper, more visual layout, a rotating feature of top stories, research sorted by category and the ability to comment on NPRI articles.
“The overhauled NPRI.org is a huge step in helping lawmakers, media members and citizens find and interact with the best public policy research in Nevada,” said Andy Matthews, NPRI’s president. “The site’s layout will help us better tell the story of how individual liberty and free enterprise improve the lives of people.
“The work NPRI does has two parts — the best research and analysis in Nevada and the stories behind that research. The updated NPRI.org will help us do a better job of sharing the stories behind our analysis.”
The site also incorporates all information about NPRI’s Center for Justice and Constitutional Litigation at http://npri.org/litigation, and NPRI’s Write on Nevada blog will now be available at http://npri.org/blog.
“We’ll be putting the site’s capacities to good use tomorrow with the release of an excellent study on economic development,” Matthews said. “Instead of just presenting the study, this new site will allow us to showcase some of the entrepreneurs who have been harmed by government intervention.”