2009 AAPC Website Mock-ups
Please note that screens below are only mock-ups of the new website. Additions and modifications are being made as a result of feedback from members and new development efforts.
Homepage (NOT Logged In):
This page below represents what a first-time visitor or non-member to AAPC would see when first coming to aapc.com. The emphasis is on getting trained, getting certified and of course joining AAPC.
Homepage (Logged In):
This page represents what certified members would see when coming to AAPC.com. It is essentially a merging of the current member area and corporate website.
Assuming a member doesn’t log out or clear their cookies, they can return to aapc.com and have immediate access to their CEU tracker, registered and unregistered events, local chapter and general discussion forums and other highly trafficked sections of AAPC.com that used to be multiple pages deep in the website.
The elements of this page can be moved around and reordered by each member. If they are a heavy Discussion Forum visitor (for example), they might move the forums to the top of the page. Content will also be displayed based on the members profile. Students would see their courses and instructors on the aapc.com homepage. Members who have profiled themselves as working in cardiology might see cardiology news instead of other specialties. Those unemployed might see coding jobs in their area.
The website’s main navigation will change a bit. This is a result of watching traffic trends on the site and making it easier for visitors to get what they’re after quickly (and with less “clicks”). The top navigation consists of the most popular steps for AAPC visitors. These being: getting trained, getting certified, finding/submitting CEUs, finding a job, networking at Local Chapter meetings, conferences and online, and “My AAPC” containing the things associated with their membership (benefits and resources, scheduled events, etc.).
Note: As long as a member stays logged in, the main navigation will add elements pertaining to them. The “Training” navigation will show students their current courses and instructors. The Certification drop-down menu will display quick links to their CEU Tracker. The Continuing Education menu will include workshops, webinars, conferences other CEU events they’re scheduled to attend.
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