When Jay Evans, Assistant City Manager for the City of Brentwood embarked on the city’s redesign, he was determined to give the residents a contemporary, visual experience and to provide clear navigation so they could hard-target search for content. Jay joins us to discuss the website’s newly-lifted face.
Fresh from a redesign, the City of Effingham’s new website is laser focused on citizen-services. Moreover, City Administrator, Jim Arndt, and his team, even have plans to push municipal service delivery into retail environments!
Currently, the most populous incorporated town in the United States, the Town of Gilbert, has an even bigger digital footprint. From Podcasting to Mobile AppHubs, Gilbert’s programs are as impressive as they are comprehensive. We recently spoke with Zara Bish, the town’s Multimedia Specialist about their website redesign and strategy.
Chula Vista’s Sr. Webmaster and content maven, Norma Frank, joins us for this edition of Digital Expert’s Corner to discuss running a website for a large, diverse city with a population that is growing by leaps and bounds.
Barbara Belli, webmaster for the City of Wilmington, was asked to deliver a redesign ASAP by senior administration. She shares her non-traditional approach and reminds us all to breathe in this edition of Digital Expert’s Corner.
To meet her deadline, Barbara Wilson, Director, Integrated Multimedia, and Marketing at West Chester Township had to launch her new site in three months. With a partnership with Vision in place, Barb not only launched on time but stood up a highly accessible website that is a “welcoming, digital front door” for the community.
Rachel Reynolds, Public Information Officer for the City of Keller, knew that over half the audience for the city’s website were accessing the site on their mobile devices. This edition of Digital Expert’s Corner explores Rachel’s thoughts about responsive design.
When the City of La Quinta’s website was released, it set the Vision office abuzz with its modern look-and-feel and slick use of video (and it takes a lot to wow a team who works on websites all day!). Digital branding is a hot topic and one we know many government agencies struggle with, so we recently sat down with two of the experts from the city to learn more about how they approached the project: Tustin Larson, Community Resources Manager and Marcie Graham, Marketing and Events Supervisor.
When leading the City of Raymore’s site redesign, Communications Director, Mike Ekey operated from a place of “both complete freedom and utter disadvantage.” Brand new to local government, and working with limited data, Mike jumped in and saw nothing but opportunity. Today, the results speak for themselves — Raymore’s search-driven site is now a lean, mean, steered by analytics, machine!