How data is presented is just as important as the data itself. Business context provides the framework for discovery and deep analysis.
Unlike a natural ecosystem, a digital ecosystem is designed — planned and implemented. What can we, as government agencies, learn from nature and from private businesses when it comes to building our own digital ecosystems?
The testing phase of your project can be a real challenge in itself. Sprinkle in third-party vendors and now it’s party! This post touches on sharing responsibilities with those vendors and how to to yield the best workflow for your team by doing so.
Check out these improvements to our platform's Locations content type! New listing views, geolocated maps and services offered take your locations pages to the next level.
They’re distracting, almost no one clicks on them, and they limit accessibility. It's time we put our rotators to rest.
How do you know your website is working for you? Many state agencies never stop to consider their Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) when it comes to the success of their web content. Learn how (and why) to measure the success of your web content.
Our team is excited to announce the addition of Columns to certain pages on agency sites. Columns help agencies diversify their layouts and increase readability for citizens. Content managers can learn more with our Columns Manual or by registering for our upcoming webinar!
Government websites need to be responsive, accessible, and performant. And it’s not just the website container; it’s also the everything inside of them. If you’re publishing images and videos on your website, see what steps you need to take to make them adhere to the 3 guiding principles.
Google Analytics is a powerful tool when it’s used correctly. The problem is, it can be really hard to understand and a lot to sift through for new users. Our latest manual, an Introduction to Google Analytics, shows our agencies the basics of using the tool and can empower them to create content that reaches their citizens.