October 9th 2019by Ron Zayas
“ADA? Yeah, that’s something we need to look into on our website. We’ll get around to it eventually.” If that’s the sentiment where you work, this week’s Supreme Court decision means it’s time you…
September 23rd 2019by Ron Zayas
ADA compliance stipulates that websites allow everyone to experience the full range of content and services they provide. As more functions move online, the need to serve every citizen with an…
September 17th 2019by David Hofstede
The best public sector websites are those that keep one eye on the present and one eye on the future. Of course, for most government and education entities, just keeping pace with the day-to-day…
August 7th 2019by Bridget DiRico
Most RFP responses contain a lot of promises that start “We will…” We will create a visually appealing website… We will write new content… We will create and test new functionality… We will make…
August 5th 2019by David Hofstede
Have you ever read a sentence that was carefully crafted but told you absolutely nothing? We see a lot of them on government websites. Here’s an example of one that is on a prominent city’s website…
July 25th 2019by David Hofstede
A public sector website can become like a broom closet – a lot of different department heads throw in a lot of stuff without much organization, along with items that may have at one time served a…
July 12th 2019by David Hofstede
The webstats we collect for our municipal website clients show that the overwhelming majority of visitors are those who live in or near their respective cities. The tasks they complete on the sites…
July 3rd 2019by Bridget DiRico
Recently we had a client hire us to create a website for a new career and technical education school. Usually with school sites the job is revising a website that is already there – deciding what…
June 5th 2019by Ron Zayas
In the public sector, Drupal powers a significant number of government websites, including the White House website, whitehouse.gov, and the Departments of Education, Defense, Energy and Homeland…
May 10th 2019by Sara Lopes
Calendars can help your website visitors track and schedule meetings and receive notifications for recurring or important events. This easy-to-use feature on your public sector website can also…

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