Posts Tagged: NAGW

Want Good Content Strategy? Get Out of the Office

“High-quality web content that’s useful, usable, and enjoyable is one of the greatest competitive advantages you can create for yourself online.” ― Kristina Halvorson, Content Strategy for the Web Government agencies rely on websites and other online tools with the view of informing, educating and engaging citizens. But how do we know if we’re actuallyRead… Read more »

The Thirst for Knowledge

Budgets are tight and travel restrictions remain. But, it’s clear to me that nothing can diminish the thirst for knowledge. In my field (which was IT, then was web, then was digital communications, and is now public information), change is rapid-fire. Expectations run high, and not just those of management. Now, it’s citizen expectations forRead… Read more »

One week to NAGW! Can’t wait.

In just one week, I’m heading to NAGW’s 10th National Conference, which begins Wednesday, September 12 in Kansas City. I can’t wait. I always come back so fired up, and full of new ideas. If you’re like me, and want to get the most out of the conference, you’ll attend a couple of pre-conference sessionsRead… Read more »

Shout out to Award-winning NAGW Board members

I’ve learned a lot from NAGW members. That’s actually an understatement. I’ve learned almost everything I know about web design, HTML, CSS, standards, policies, and productivity enhancing tools from NAGW members. The things these folks produce never cease to amaze me and always give me ideas and inspiration. So, I’d like to send a shoutRead… Read more »

Are you overwhelmed?

We’re in public service and that means getting the word out about the goings-on in government to the broadest reach possible. A few years ago we were webmasters. Today, we’re webmasters, digital media providers, social media managers, content managers, information architects, editors, and more. Today, we have to put information everywhere: on the web andRead… Read more »