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Six cities and counties were honored today when Vision announced the winners of the third annual “What’s Next Awards” competition, which recognizes local government websites for excellence in citizen engagement, green gov, online innovation, transparency and visual impact.
What’s the fastest way to get important messages to your community? Most local government leaders know “social media” is the answer, but getting ahead of the curve on social media presents unique challenges when platforms, best practices and citizen expectations shift so quickly.
Though they come from very different communities, Brett White of West Hollywood, CA, Anthony Wilson of San Angelo, TX and Jen Snyder of Queen Creek, AZ definitely have one thing in common – they’re taking their local government social media presence to the next level.
As citizen expectations for online services continue to rise, a new study confirms that local governments still have a passion to serve. From June 2016 Edition of Municipal World.
89 percent of local government leaders recently surveyed had little or no knowledge of the requirements for digital accessibility.
At Vision, we launch websites all the time in partnership with our customers, but the re-launch of our corporate site gave us a chance to walk a mile in our customers’ shoes. Here are some insights on the process we would to share.
Garden City, Kansas has hired Vision Internet to give their local government website a completely new look and make it much more user-friendly.
The city of Rancho Cordova’s new public portal is on the cutting edge of website accessibility requirements all local governments will soon face.
Vision, the company dedicated to creating solutions that promote resident access and participation, released a Digital Accessibility Checklist to help guide local government leaders in making online services available to the nearly 60 million Americans with disabilities.
Somerset County rolls out a new Vision Internet website which features winning entries from a photo contest .
Vision Internet announced today that it has removed “Internet” from its name, redesigned its corporate identity and website, and moved to a larger office space.
Making digital resources accessible to those who are visually impaired is important for Americans With Disabilities Act Title II compliance.
Survey reveals local government leaders are increasingly looking at citizens as “customers” who deserve the best service they can deliver.
Vision has been included in the inaugural listing of the leading 100 companies released by GovTech
Vision Internet, an innovative creator of online solutions for local government, forecasts six trends that will drive local government interactions with citizens in 2016.
The possibility of above-average rainfall and flooding caused by El Niño has coastal California cities making their websites central pillars of their emergency preparedness strategies while also reassuring residents.
Citizen engagement should start during planning and development, according to a new Vision Internet guide, and if not then, then with a launch communications strategy.
In the News: Launching a New Local Government Website? Vision Internet Offers Tips, Best Practices in Website Launch Toolkit
Vision Internet today released a Website Launch Toolkit packed with tips and best practices for generating buzz, engaging citizens and stimulating usage of online government services.
Increasingly, progressive local leaders are looking at their residents as customers they wish to serve. Accompanying this shift in mindset is a more nuanced understanding of how customers interact with community websites.
The Grand Forks leaf-collecting map is a top traffic driver for the city website. The site is mostly a public information portal, but it’s also partly a news and entertainment outlet.