Whether you are browsing on a desktop, tablet or smartphone, the site adapts to fit your screen and your browsing preference. As the use of tablets and mobile devices continue to increase, it's important that we provide the user with an experience that's similar to what you expect when browsing our desktop site.
On the homepage, we provide users with the option to filter through the content. This is an easy way to find exactly what you need on the homepage.
We use a css technique to animate transitions, that works well on iOS devices, Android devices and modern desktop browsers.
TN.gov uses HTML5 to create advanced interactions & make improvements to forms. Since most mobile devices don't support flash, HTML5 can deliver video to mobile devices.
Wonderful improvements have developed in the last few years with web typography. TN.gov is taking advantage of this throughout the site.
We’re using CSS3 to create the most immersive experience possible for TN.gov visitors using modern browsers.
Accessible Rich Internet Application (ARIA) Roles is a semantic standard for creating better richness in the code. By adding new tags to our HTML, we're able to better serve our visitors using assistive technologies.
Accessibility is one of our top priorities. We are committed to making TN.gov accessible to all users and we have included several features designed to improve accessibility for all users. To learn more, read our accessibility policy.
TN.gov has been redesigned to bring you a seamless experience on mobile and tablet devices. Whether you are on a desktop, tablet or mobile device, TN.gov adapts to fit your screen. The result is a better experience for everyone.