Company News launches new website design from Chicago Web designer Imaginary Landscape

New bi-lingual design created by Chicago Web developer Imaginary Landscape based upon formal usability study.

July 8, 2010

Commemorating 10 years of growth in content, features and online visitors,, the public information website co-sponsored by the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and the American College of Radiology (ACR), announces the launch of a refreshed and reorganized site.'s "facelift" followed a formal usability study conducted by Imaginary Landscape that gave the site high marks in the usefulness, understandability and trustworthiness of its content, but indicated a need for an updated look and more intuitive, patient-directed navigation.

"The redesigned site offers visitors several simpler, more direct paths to the information they need," said James S. Donaldson, M.D., co-chair of the RSNA-ACR Public Information Web site Committee.

"By observing users interacting with the site, the usability study identified areas needing improvement," said Brian Moloney, managing partner of Imaginary Landscape. "That information was invaluable when designing and structuring the new bi-lingual site."

Read the full release on the RSNA site.