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 three 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.
We build agency websites to be responsive, accessible and performant. But the effort doesn’t stop with us. What can you, as the website’s content managers, do to make sure your websites stand up to these three principles?
We’ve received a national award for our recent Accessible Platform Initiative! This important initiative improved access to information across nearly 80 state websites. See the driving motivation behind the work.
Learn why it’s important for your government agency content to shine and how to employ a content strategy to benefit both you and your audience.
If you are a C level or D level executive in a government organization and are not advocating a user first approach, you might be doing your organization a disservice. A user centric project is not only the right thing to do, but also makes business sense.
As managers and decision-makers, it’s important that we make the right decisions for our teams and business. However, sometimes our decisions aren’t received well because we fail to communicate the value of the decisions to our team.
A key component of our User First philosophy is a requirement that all new development work be responsive, accessible, and performant. Learn why these 3 qualities are the most important in product development for state agencies, and how we maintain focus on our guiding principles.
With a growing number of agencies developing mobile apps, we test these apps with real users to find technological gaps and offer legitimate recommendations for closing them.