It’s usually good to use plain language and avoid jargon. But sometimes, incorrect, outdated, or obscure terms can help you “meet people where they’re at”!
Posts Tagged: DMV
In less than two weeks of the California DMV’s offices closing, 1,200 employees were able to access on-premises computers from home.
Currently, 40% of Americans report they don’t have a REAL ID and 57% of Americans are unaware of the deadline or the possible impact it could have on potential travel plans.
Modern technology can see through cameras, hear through microphones, feel through sensors and even think through artificial intelligence.
The websites themselves are incredibly intuitive and easy to use, led by a simple extra project that a technical writer took on.
In keeping with the spirit that GovLoop has started this week with GovMadness 2011, I thought I’d post a forum to highlight some of the smaller agencies and cities that may have gotten the snub from GovLoop’s big dance. There are a lot of agencies and departments out there doing great work with social media,Read… Read more »
This is a nifty ad campaign-with-QR-tag for a bank that encourages people to scan the tag for a download of a classic book (Treasure Island, anyone?), a Sudoku, or a crossword puzzle. http://thefinancialbrand.com/14202/firstbank-qr-codes-books-puzzles-giveaway/ One of the cleverest things they’re doing is putting the ads in places where people may be forced to wait–like an airport.Read… Read more »