Maryland improves website navigation with analytics data
On the Priorities Podcast, Maryland's Stefanos Ghebrehewariat says the state used its analytics data to inform its new website design.
Austin, Texas, gives up on alpha website after 3 years, $3 million
Austin, Texas, will decommission its alpha website, initially intended to be a more user-friendly version of its current website, after spending three years and more than $3 million on the project.
Most state unemployment websites are poorly designed, ITIF report says
The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation tested all 50 state unemployment websites, with 86 percent failing at least one test.
Google, New York build new unemployment website to handle claims surge
As record numbers are killed by the virus in New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo attempts to keep the state's computer systems — and the economy — running.
New Jersey's new coronavirus website lets users ask questions
The portal, launched over the weekend, uses natural language processing to search across various databases for answers to specific virus-related questions.
California CIO says wildfires website launched 'in record time'
As the state's technology agency dials in to daily meetings for emergency response for fires and power outages, Amy Tong says her role remains one of support.
Four mistakes local governments should avoid when buying a website
A new guide released by ProudCity explains what to look for when buying a new government website, and what to avoid.
Veterans gain easier access to services with website revamp and new app in Connecticut
The new tools are making it easier for state government to maintain current information online, while providing convenient options for accessing services for a wide range of users in the state.