Behavior Development Solutions Launches New Website

With efficiency and customer-service in mind, BDS has beautified and simplified its logo, domain, and website.

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Behavior Development Solutions ("BDS"), the provider of premium applied behavior analysis online training modules, is thrilled to announce the launch of its new website, www.BDS.com. After serving the applied behavior analysis community for over 20 years, this redesign better serves its customers through a more attractive and navigable website and a simplified, three-letter domain. 

The new site features a dedicated area for Verified Course Sequence ("VCS") professors, as well as a new blog-style news section. Product and category pages have been enhanced with new functionality allowing for information to be located and accessed quicker and easier than ever before. The new three-letter domain "www.BDS.com" (and https://fluency.bds.com/ for the BDS online learning platform) will save customers time and eliminate errors (saving 26 keystrokes whenever a BDS webpage is entered into a browser or a BDS email address is typed out).

"We are absolutely thrilled to enhance and improve our customer experience," said Joel Weik, Director of Business Development. "As the field continues to grow, we realize the need to evolve alongside it, not only in the efficacy of our self-paced online learning modules but also in the ease and clarity in which our store website can be accessed and explored."

BDS invites past and potential customers to visit and explore the new website. BDS is particularly proud of the page describing the latest 98.5% pass rate for first-time BCBA-exam takers, a new Meet The Team page, as well as a new News section that features a growing library of unique and interesting articles. 

Since 1998 BDS has helped thousands of behavior analysts become Board-certified, primarily through its CBA Learning Module Series, the premier exam prep and curriculum supplement for behavior analysts in training. The accessibility of instructional content on the BDS learning platform, coupled with a proven instructional design methodology, has resulted in the adoption of the CBA Learning Module Series as a curriculum supplement by over 100 university programs for integration into course sequences verified by The Association for Behavior Analysis International ("ABAI"), a task formerly handled by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board ("BACB").

Source: Behavior Development Solutions, LLC

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