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Alerts are an effective way to make sure important content is seen, but that message gets lost if you ignore best practices. We thought it would be instructive to highlight how we rolled out the Alert feature on Georgia.gov early during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how we adjusted our approach as time went on.
You’re now able to check a box on the page’s Edit screen labeled “Show title on screen.”
When you type the words “learn more” in the link text field, you’re actually hurting the accessibility of your content and making it harder for people with disabilities to find what they need. To help, we’ve now added default text to a few micro-content types.
In December, I began my own new adventure with Digital Services Georgia, a team within state government that helps agencies improve how they serve their constituents.
The DSGa team just finished migrating 80+ websites to GovHub, Georgia’s official digital platform powered by Drupal 8. While this may seem like the end of a long trip, the real journey is just about to begin!
Digital Services Georgia is introducing federated authentication for all websites migrating to Drupal 8; providing content management access to multiple sites on the GovHub platform through a single set of login credentials.
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.
The Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency (GEMA/HS) contacted GTA’s Office of Digital Services (DSGa) with hopes of joining GovHub.
Hear about the latest GOVTalks conference from some of the state employees from over 40 different agencies who attended to learn about making website content dynamic, structured with users in mind and ready for the future.
A recap through the eyes of the participants of the single-day digital conference on May 22, 2019 held by Digital Services Georgia, attended by more than 70 state employees from over 40 different state agencies at the Trinity Building in downtown Atlanta.