This guest blog is reprinted with permission from ProudCity and Luke Fretwell. Luke is co-founder and CEO of ProudCity. Connect with him on LinkedIn, Twitter and email at email@example.com. Learn more about ProudCity digital government solutions, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and subscribe to our newsletter. #digitalgovtip shares quick advice to inspire, empower and help governments move their digital efforts forward. Protecting user privacy should be a … Continued
Category: Let’s Get Digital!
We’re proud to begin working closely with ELGL and the local government leadership community on its future website.
This Digital Work Group update is by Kirsten Wyatt, ELGL’s executive director. I’m writing this update from 35,000 feet on my way to #ICMA2017. And I’m feeling a bit misty (no, it’s not because air travel is proven to make you emotional). It’s because the current round of ELGL’s “Let’s Get Digital” project has come to an … Continued
This guest post is by ELGL Member & Proud City CEO Luke Fretwell. Luke is co-founder and CEO of ProudCity. Connect with him on LinkedIn, Twitter and email at firstname.lastname@example.org. ‘Not Secure’: What government needs to know about HTTPS website security and the Google Chrome October deadline Protecting user privacy is an important aspect and duty of any public service organization, and … Continued
ELGL Digital Work Group is back. Rolling out plans for another member exclusive benefit that will make your ELGL membership even more valuable. Last week we announced the piloting of the ELGL Digital Vendor Directory. Part Yelp/ part Jenny’s List, the ELGL Digital Vendor Directory will not only connect you with the best vendors and … Continued
Update: Local government is ready for ELGL Connects. By Kent Wyatt, ELGL Co-Founder 11,321 steps later, the Digital Work Group concluded their weekly meeting. I like to use these weekly meetings as an opportunity to add my two cents and add steps to my daily total by walking the streets of Tigard. (Humble brag: I … Continued
In our most recent ELGL Digital Work Group, we continue to work out what is arguably ELGL’s front door: the website homepage. This is our first impression to current and potential members, so it’s important to put time into this element of the redesign. For a handful of us that work on the digital information … Continued
This Digital Work Group update is by Kirsten Wyatt, ELGL’s executive director. Our work continues on our digital upgrade with ProudCity! This week, we spent the entirety of our call talking about Information Architecture (or “IA” as the pros call it). We were talking specifically about the ELGL.org home page, and how information should be … Continued
This post is by ProudCity, which is currently helping ELGL with our digital upgrade. This process has been so informative and interesting for ELGL’s growth, learning, and development, that we convinced ProudCity to offer a special deal for our members to guide them through the same process. You can learn more about our “Let’s Get … Continued
Alright, alright, alright. I’m sorry, I owe you guys an update on the progress of ELGL’s Digital Work Group – also known as the weekly Google Hangout where Kent sounds like he’s running a marathon in a wind tunnel, Kirsten is the only one with a webcam and Rebecca crushes her lunch. I should have … Continued