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Kimberly Samuelson

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Digital Expert's Corner: The Website is Never Done

by Kimberly Samuelson

If you are wondering when you can stop updating your municipal website, the answer is "never." John Bernstrom, the Communication Specialist for the City of Grand Forks, joins us for this edition of Digital Expert's Corner to discuss this and the rest of his website redesign journey.

Digital Expert's Corner: Eating the Elephant

by Kimberly Samuelson

Our latest Digital Expert is City of San Angelo’s Public Information Officer, Anthony Wilson. In our Interview, Anthony shares his wisdom regarding how to design a website that provides “information that is of interest, importance and impact to San Angelo’s citizens” with a small team AND launch early!

Digital Expert's Corner: County Health Department Redesign Website

by Kimberly Samuelson

Each of our Vision clients engages us for unique reasons and are often in different maturity levels in their digital lifecycle. For this edition of our Digital Experts Corner, we've interviewed Tony Ohrazda, Project Manager for the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department (TPCHD).

Digital Expert's Corner: City of Shakopee, MN

by Kimberly Samuelson

At Vision, we’re continuously impressed by the way that our clients apply their skills to maintain and improve exceptional websites. The City of Shakopee’s site recently underwent an information architecture overhaul to become more resident-focused. We connected with their Communications Coordinator, who led this effort, to share her strategy, tips and tricks with the Vision community.

Digital Expert's Corner: Vision Product Manager

by Kimberly Samuelson

At Vision, we’re proud to be a part of a thriving community of internal and external government CMS experts. We thought it would be interesting to develop an “Digital Expert’s Corner” series by interviewing these skilled professionals, discuss their proficiencies and how they apply them to their roles. First up, is Vision Product Manager, Jake Sager.

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