New Delhi: The Indian Institute of Technology Delhi’s DAKSH Centre of Excellence (CoE) for Law at Technology has released a report on six High Court websites. The report includes an analysis and suggestions for different aspects of the usability and functionality of the High Court websites of Bombay, Calcutta, Delhi, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Madras. The report, an IIT Delhi statement said, was based on a first-of-its-kind study and has been made after evaluating their UI/UX design. The report was launched by Justice S Ravindra Bhat of the Supreme Court of India on August 26.
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“Key highlights of the report include several low-hanging fruits such as appropriate placement of contact and RTI based information as well as the need for and detailed analysis of navigation efficiency and aesthetics,” added the IIT Delhi statement.
The report highlights some points about the UI/UX of the High Court websites including their speed, performance on interaction design principles.
Speaking on the launch of the report, Justice S Ravindra Bhat said: “It is important we involved in court administration should realize the full potential of the court websites and one of the methods should be this kind of reports. This can lead to the involvement of a larger general public.”