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Local, state, and federal government websites often end in .gov. State of Georgia government websites and email systems use “georgia.gov” or “ga.gov” at the end of the address. Before sharing sensitive or personal information, make sure you’re on an official state website.
Call 1-800-GEORGIA to verify that a website is an official website of the State of Georgia.
At first glance, Type Tray might just look like an expanded version of the dropdown list. But when you look closer, you’ll see some extra details that can help you find the best option for your content. It is a little like walking into a fine clothing boutique with your personal stylist on call. Inside this boutique, all the clothes (your content types) are arranged by occasion and your stylist (Type Tray) helps you choose your best options.
Last year, we updated the state flagship website, completing our GovHub migration project. As we continue to tweak and build out new content for Georgia.gov, it’s worth sharing why.
The DSGa team just finished migrating 80+ websites to GovHub, Georgia’s official digital publishing system powered by Drupal 8. While this may seem like the end of a long trip, the real journey is just about to begin!
The Digital Services Georgia (DSGa) team is excited to launch pilot.georgia.gov. This pilot site is more than a facelift to the existing Georgia.gov website; it’s a modern way of managing content and interactions.
We have colors, we have fonts, we have photos… Why not use them?
Wireframes allow you to scale back and focus on what is important.
Providing design feedback that is effective is a difficult task. As a stakeholder, your feedback can have a large impact, so it's important that it is on target and constructive.
The mission of Digital Services Georgia (DSGa) is to make people’s interaction with Georgia state government frictionless, empowering, and symbiotic!
Branding helps set organizational expectations for customer interactions. Branding is critical for those who need to understand how they are perceived and assess if it is a true reflection of your organization’s values.
What happens when you don’t think about the big picture? Here are the key reasons every organization should consider a digital ecosystem.
Unlike a natural ecosystem, a digital ecosystem is designed — planned and implemented. What can we, as government agencies, learn from nature and from private businesses when it comes to building our own digital ecosystems?