At Vision, we’re proud to be a part of a thriving community of internal and external government CMS experts. Our "Digital Expert's Corner" series shares their proficiencies and how they apply them to their roles. This week, we got a chance to chat with one of Vision’s graphic designers.
Website trends come and go, but some old-school best practices endure well past their expiration dates, and age just about as well as your middle school mullet.
Our Busting Website Myths series helps agencies find a better path to website usability, and relegate outmoded myths to the rubbish heap of history. Our Certified User Experience expert, Uriz Goldman, takes on a new UX myth this week – Empty Space is Waste.
The Fourth of July is a busy holiday in cities and counties throughout the United States, and many localities are using their websites to announce local firework shows or other holiday events, provide safety tips and remind residents that the government offices are closed on Monday.
Situated in southwestern Illinois along the Mississippi River, Jackson County, Illinois was incorporated in 1816 and named for Andrew Jackson. With a population of 60,218 in the 2010 census, Jackson County, Illinois is made up of many unique cities and villages - the two largest of which are Carbondale and Murphysboro.
The county recently launched their new Vision website and is proud to showcase some of the natural beauty of the region while providing a better online experience for their community.