After we completed the FERN and SinksWatch websites in early 2010, Logging Off was next in the queue from this stable. The project was borne partly out of a need to improve the update-ability of the Logging Off site, but also fitted into FERN's grander plans to standardise their online platforms using Drupal. Unlike FERN's broad scope of forests and forest peoples’ rights, Logging Off has a specific focus on the national negotiations around Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT). The site is organised as a one-stop-shop for all those involved or interested in these negotiations - with constantly updated country pages that list all relevant resources and news. The site's main navigation is supported by a guided search which allows site users to combine country names and theme terms to narrow down on the content they're after. The site's content is largely available in both English and French - switchable using a simple language menu. The site's page design draws heavily on the look and feel of the previous version of Logging Off, with adaptations designed to optimise loading times in low bandwidth environments, and improve readability of content.