March 9, 2012
ARLINGTON, Texas – The Internet is ever-changing, and so is BOWL.com, the online home of the United States Bowling Congress, which recently unveiled a sleek new look.
The first thing people will notice is the softer colors. All of the same great bowling news and information are available, but they are organized in a way that makes it easier to search, print and email content. There’s also a heavier emphasis on social media, so information can be shared easily.
Feedback from bowlers and bowling fans since the previous site launched in 2009 has helped the development team make the new site more user-friendly. A key change is the elimination of the tab system and the introduction of an easier-to-navigate toolbar with added content.
However, the general layout and structure of BOWL.com are the same, and many of the most popular features, such as the “Find A…” functions, search bar, forums and informational footer remain the same.
As the top Internet destination for the sport of bowling, BOWL.com continues to feature everything from the latest news and scores from events across the world to rules and facts, highlights and discussions and exciting videos, both old and new, including live broadcasts, on BowlTV.
“This is an exciting change for USBC and BOWL.com,” said Pete Tredwell, USBC Managing Director of Media and Events. “We’ve taken the best features of our previous site and made changes and enhancements that will make BOWL.com more user-friendly and consistent with other top sites in the always-changing cyber world.”