Franklin Templeton recently redesigned their Forms & Literature Centers on both the Advisor and Investor sites, adding a new rotating image display and a navigation banner for quick browsing of resources by publication type. The new overview page promotes recent publications with the use of thumbnail images and a Popular Literature section.
Additionally, the new Forms & Literature section allows users to quickly locate fact sheets, forms, prospectuses, commentaries and other resource types by including accordion panels for organizing materials by Topic, Asset Category, Fund Family and Literature Type. The firm also increased the consistency of their literature order pages, providing thumbnails, titles, audience and format as well as the date of publication and when it is expected to be updated.
Franklin Templeton’s literature center effectively presents their published materials and enhances navigation for the end-user. The firm’s use of overview pages to promote key resources to advisors and investors is also a major plus as it increases the visibility of the available items. By organizing materials using collapsible accordion panels and rotating banners, Franklin Templeton’s literature center excels in presenting high volumes of information in a manageable format.
Franklin Templeton Investor Forms & Literature Center