One of the key principles of design is positive ambiguity. Learn how it can be an enabler of government innovation.
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Love organizing and putting events together? Or are you more of the artistic type? If one of these sounds like you, then apply to GovLoop! We’re hiring for our 2018 spring-to-summer round of fellowships!
A little bit of technical debt can sometimes be strategic, but keep an eye on it to make sure it doesn’t get out of hand. And as always, plan ahead.
Design is not merely a first impression of something we are about to consume. It controls how we consume content, from the order we read elements on a page to the shape and spacing of the letters.
Knowledge is power. Organizations that make their data easily accessible see substantial improvements in audience awareness and participation.
Successful government websites are consistent, accessible, and current. Surprisingly though, many sites lag far behind today’s communications standards, missing the most important goal: serve the public well.
We realized that to meet our customers’ needs, we had to stop looking at the website through our own eyes and start looking at it through the eyes of a user.
Design thinking is shaking up how top innovators do business. But it is not a new flavor of the month — it has been practiced for decades. You can benefit from design thinking no matter what your background or field.
Learn the three steps to any human-centered design process in order to create better customer services in government.
Time is of the essence and I’ve found the following tools really useful in helping me tell visual stories without the hassle of complicated software.