Tag: website

The Dumping Ground: A Local Government Website Story

This is not a new topic in the modern age, however, in my experience, local governments tend to be the biggest offender of using their websites as dumping grounds. A common phrase amongst local government employees to webmasters is “can you put this up on our website? People need to know about this.” That’s the … Continued

Mutual Aid for Government Websites during a Disaster

By Rebecca Woodbury & Talia Smith, City of San Rafael When a major disaster strikes a region, they need help in more ways than one. After an unprecedented number of wildfires recently broke out in neighboring counties to the north, our jurisdiction, the City of San Rafael, immediately sent our first responders to help fight the fires and … Continued

Wireframe & Site Map

ELGL’s web redesign process continues! We met last week with Sarah and Jen for a detailed two-hour meeting where we talked about the awesome survey data we received from our members, our goals for ELGL.org, and next steps going forward. Sarah and Jen are great listeners, which is probably the top skill you should look … Continued

Cannonball! Web Redesign Project Continues…

We’re taking a cannonball into the pool of website redesign with a member survey to learn more about how you use the site, and what you wish we would (or would not) include on ELGL.org.  (You’ll recall in a prior post that we’ll be working with the awesome Sarah Hellems Design on this project thanks to … Continued

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