New Embassy website

26 Sep 2017

Following a few months of planning, we are pleased to announce the launch of our new look website, which went live on 11th September to coincide with Ethiopian New Year.  The new site is part of our mission’s Digital Diplomacy Strategy, which focuses on engaging new audiences, while continuing to develop high-quality digital experiences for our current audiences.

We wanted a website that is easy to navigate and helpful in its tone, design and more importantly, information, ditching the starchiness and releasing something modern and visually appealing.

More and more people now use their smartphones or tablets, so we revamped the design to make it easier to access our website on those devices and on desktops and laptops.

We really hope you like the fresh new look and the improved navigation that will allow you to find the information you need more quickly and easily.

 

We value your opinion

We would like to hear your feedback so we can continue to improve our website and your experience of using it through future development.

You can share your thoughts via our online feedback form or by email to webmaster@ethioembassy.org.uk.

  • Works beautifully on all devices, from the tiniest mobile to the biggest TV screen
  • The homepage is now more visually engaging and streamlined to offer different ways to explore the services that we offer
  • You can search for general content and news, and narrow the search down by using filters
  • Signing up to our monthly newsletter to keep up to date with the latest news about Ethiopia is now easier

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