March 19, 2009
Welcomes Spring with New Graphics on Alerts
Over the past 10 years CourtAlert
has monitored a continual growing number of courts and produced more distinct
alerts and all the while, the graphics on the alerts have remained
unchanged. Today, we are announcing the release of new graphics on alerts.
Traditionally, the content
of CourtAlert notices have had a standard layout: court and case
identification, client names(s), matter and attorneys are listed on the
The carefully selected
layout of the content of our alerts displays data relevant to the event
being reported or more information on the applicable motion or case.
The bottom of the alerts
typically contains a link to the case snapshot display on the web site and
to an explanation of the content in the alert. Each alert also contains a
unique identifier which allows Support@CourtAlert.com
to easily answer clients’ questions.
We’ve updated the
graphics, but not the layout; the content of the current layout will remain
the same. New graphic images, headings, background colors, font sizes and
other graphic particulars are improved with the new design of the alerts.
The improved graphics are
on the email alerts as well as on the “My Recent Alerts” displays on the
website. Also, the new graphics on the alerts will be optimized for use on
Blackberry type devices.
I hope all of you will
find the new layout, features and graphics appealing and helpful.
“Watch for New
Filings” (CourtAlert 45) integrated into Business Development Alerts:
announced previously CourtAlert 45, a listing per name of new filings in
NYS Supreme is withdrawn from production. It has been integrated into
Business Development Alerts for a more
efficient and feature-full service. <<details>>
I hope you like the new, bright and optimistic layout, and I would appreciate your feedback
We are Committed to Remain the
Izzy Schiller, President