Today marks the public launch of an extensive redesign project at CertiKit, with the release of our first redesigned toolkit.
CertiKit has produced toolkits for nine products since its launch in 2010 – and the feedback in terms of their content since has been overwhelmingly positive.
We even won a UK Technical Communication Award last month, with judges praising our GDPR and ISO27001 toolkits as “excellent examples of technical communication”.
But, not wanting to become complacent, we wanted to make them even better, and so that’s what we’ve done with the launch of Version 5 of our PCI DSS Toolkit.
All our toolkits are reviewed and updated as a matter of course every nine months, taking on board feedback from customers as well as any changes in laws and other regulations.
But while those changes tend to focus on the words and numbers – the nuts and bolts of the toolkits – we decided it was high time that we gave them a new look, too.
So what’s changed?
So that’s what we did. Here are the main changes:
We are already beginning work to apply the new styles to all our existing toolkits – and new ones.
CertiKit managing director Ken Holmes said: “I’m delighted with our new look toolkits as they bring an enhanced feel of up-to-date professionalism combined with easy options for the customer to make the documents their own at the click of a mouse.”
As well as the redesign, we’ve made a series of other tweaks to the PCI DSS Toolkit. Here are the main ones:
PDF examples of the new-look PCI DSS Toolkit are available in the Products section of the CertiKit website.
We’d love to hear what you think of the redesign. Click here let us know your thoughts.