Fort Collins prides itself of being a great community for bicyclists, but wanted to make sure amenity updates to TransFort’s rapid transit system, Max, were in line with what the whole community wanted, not just a vocal minority. See how it used interactive text messaging to poll citizens on just what types of amenities they were looking for.
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There is no “secret sauce” to get the best digital engagement , but there are tips you can incorporate into your communications plan to help boost your engagement numbers. Check out the 20 tips now.
When it boils down to it, a good e-learning experience is actually all about the user experience. User experience is shaped by two variables: target audience and agency goal. Before you start designing a training, consider who your target audience is and what your learning objectives are. The answers to these questions will provide the framework of design moving forward.
Welcome to the third installment of Behind the Envelope, a new series of posts exploring ways for you to get the most from GovDelivery. To begin the series, we covered the GovDelivery Network and ways to increase your subscribers. Today we’re asking you to put yourself in the shoes of citizens subscribing to your topics….
The GovDelivery Communications Cloud is now FedRAMP approved! See what that means for you and your organization.
Our own COO, Bob Ainsbury, recently recorded two radio spots detailing an important shift in how government agencies measure success and how cyber security is increasingly important for those agencies.
How do you make your course stand out in a world full of duds? Incorporate some of these tips into your next course to up your training game.
How do you plan for unexpected challenges and opportunities like major advancements in technology?
By staying one step ahead. Here are four things we’ve learned about planning in the digital age.
The United States Department of Agriculture, Natural Agricultural Library (USDA NAL) wanted a way to further its mission of encouraging new research and offering a repository for research findings. With its open data portal, USDA NAL can now do both, all while being in compliance with the federal open data initiative.
It takes a whole lot of tech, planning and refining to create a learning experience. Here’s our breakdown of the four major components.