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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.
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.
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.
Preparing for a conference involves more than just filling out the registration. As we prepare to present a new GOVTalks, we're sharing tips to get attendees geared up for the event.
DSGa's new digital platform was built to ensure our agencies have everything necessary for their users - the citizens of Georgia. Citizens won’t lose access to your site with the migration to Drupal 8, but they will notice the changes when you migrate your agency’s website to Georgia GovHub.
Digital Services Georgia (DSGa) is building a new digital system for the people and with the people, working with the agencies we work with to assist the Georgians who will be interacting with this system.
The mission of Digital Services Georgia (DSGa) is to make people’s interaction with Georgia state government frictionless, empowering, and symbiotic!
This year's DrupalCon had the highest attendance ever and is said by many to be the best yet. Nikhil shares his insights from the conference, covering where Drupal is now, where it's going, and even a special shoutout to the work we're doing in Georgia.
A year after helping the Georgia Public Safety Training Center figure out their personas, we tested their newly redesigned website with real users.
Putting problems, people, context, and content first.