Category: Digital government

Dogfooding: We’re now on the ProudCity digital government platform

When we first started ProudCity, we set up a simple company website at proudcity.com and, as early-stage startups do, spent all of our time focused on building the platform, onboarding early customers, and refining our processes so that we could scale government impact. Over the holiday break, we finally used some downtime to dogfood proudcity.com … Continued

Publish government meeting agendas, minutes, videos with ProudCity Meetings

Public meetings are a fundamental component of government operations, and many of the cities we work with have asked about or requested a simple, affordable publishing tool — for calendars, minutes, agendas, videos — that seamlessly integrates with their websites. We’re proud to announce the launch of ProudCity Meetings, a new feature that lets governments … Continued

New ProudCity Accessibility Checker helps governments better meet web accessibility requirements

As we previously wrote, government website accessibility is extremely important to ProudCity, and we continuously work to ensure and improve on government adherence to all related guidelines and requirements. Now officially in BETA, our new ProudCity Accessibility Checker helps governments understand and stay updated on pertinent accessibility issues and continue to maintain AA compliance. PAC … Continued

Building more accessible government websites

It is imperative that governments adhere to web accessibility guidelines. Most importantly, because it’s the right thing to do, but also because it will increasingly become a legal issue for governments who don’t actively adhere to these standards.

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