— A new mobile search site design, with a focus on quality, has been developed by Huntsville’s City Search Department.
The Huntsville City Search website design is a collaborative effort by the Huntsville Police Department, the Huntsmen’s Association, Huntsville Chamber of Commerce, and Huntsville County.
With this new design, the Department hopes to bring Huntsville into the 21st century.
“This is a project that is a culmination of more than a decade of hard work,” said Chief William O’Brien.
“It has been a long process.
We had to go through a variety of different vendors to find the best fit for the department.
We have a great design team and we have a very talented team that works on a daily basis.
It’s going to be a really great website and we are excited about it.”
A team of 18 professionals, including a designer, has worked on the site since it was launched in February.
This new mobile website design will be used in conjunction with the new Mobile Search website, which will be available in the next few weeks.
Huntsville Police Chief William McDaniel, who leads the department’s Mobile Search team, said the new mobile design is not just about being a better search site.
For one thing, it is a cleaner design that better suits mobile devices.
There are no buttons, no scrolling, no images and no text.
It is a sleek design that is easier to navigate on a device.
According to McDaniel and Chief O’Brian, the mobile site is being designed to better integrate with the city’s mobile data network.
Mobile Search will be the first new mobile mobile site in the United States to feature an official Huntsville logo.