Check Out The New Beta Test Release Of The USPTO’s Website

June 12, 2009

in News

The USPTO recently released a beta test version of the official website.  The test version is found here.  From USPTO.gov:

The USPTO is pleased to announce the beta test release of its new Web site. The new site has been redesigned to improve the look and feel, as well as to enhance the user experience with improved navigation. The USPTO’s goal is to make the Web site technologically up-to-date, user-friendly, and responsive to customer feedback. Please keep in mind this is the initial release of the beta site and the content is not currently up to date. The Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) is still in the process of migrating and reorganizing the content. We invite you to explore the beta web site and give us your constructive feedback. Your comments and suggestions will help us to build a site that better serves your needs. Please submit your feedback either through moderator, or send your comments to betafeedback@uspto.gov.

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concerned June 16, 2009 at 8:03 pm

You better pay close attention to this so-called beta – it will go live with little changed and any content that is in the old style template will probably be dropped unless someone says they need it. Would advise all to write out some scenarios of things they do now on the old site and then try to do on this site to see how functional it is – it’s not about how pretty it is in the end; it’s about how useful it is.

Robert K S June 26, 2009 at 9:47 pm

Looks like no difference to the PAIR/EFS-Web, though, which is the meat of the site for a practitioner. That and the HTML MPEP which is easily Googleable.

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