I'll think of more later I'm sure, but for the moment - Color, text & layout choices that would increase contrast and readability. Stuff like light-gray on the white background for links in forum posts; they're visible, but just barely. All this small-ish thin-line white-font-on-light-blue is also difficult to read due to the thin lines and lack of contrast. 20 & 30-something site developers with, for instance, 20/10 vision, may not be sympathetic to or even aware of what might work better for those who require reading glasses, etc. The site design should give a nod to the considerations of users across all age ranges. Things nested several layers deep make access & navigation needlessly complicated. I'd rather have more on a page, than to have to keep clicking, digging, and looking. Seems easier to do a little scrolling than deciphering more page loads. There is a balance to strike there, obviously everything can't be on one page either. What happened to our history video? Or is it just not showing for me? The site has improved since it was introduced, but, a number of things could be better. I hope it has solved some of the problems the national office & staff were having, whatever they were. I certainly hope a site re-do doesn't mean, yet again, another re-nuking of the forums & starting from scratch, again. Nothing has been more destructive to the building & continuation of a 'CCA online community & message forum participation than the repeated wholesale wipeouts of the message forums. I wonder if there's any chance of the restoration of the first two message boards, even if only archival, we had prior to this, & the last one that took so much effort to preserve. Will it be the same forum/board software, or something different again?