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Badgerlink gets a facelift

Badgerlink, a unique Wisconsin resource that provides residents with access to music, scholarly works, newspapers, magazines and much more has recently been redesigned. The sight is much more user-friendly, with resource icons, friendlier colors and an intuitive set-up that makes it easy to find what you are looking for.

Badgerlink is available for free to all Wisconsin residents, and the redesign retains all the great content. All that content has been repackaged in a website that is easy on the eyes, and doesn't confuse the user. Potentially best of all, the Help materials are easy to find, allowing users to get the assistance they need much more quickly.

Check it out for yourself, and let the Badgerlink team https://www.facebook.com/WisBadgerLink">know what you think works, and maybe what doesn't. Overall, a great improvement.