Digital government news
Reducing PDF sizes makes it easier for the public to access these types of files.
A new Proudly Serving chapter, written by Echa Schneider, titled Speak plainly is ready for public review and feedback.
Waving the annual fee has helped, but at the current rate, it will take more than 15 years to get to full adoption.
U.S. Digital Service writes that designing for inclusion isn’t just about coding for accessibility or section 508 compliance, it’s about providing equitable and easy-to-use websites and services for diverse populations.
Humans of Public Service: In the midst of growing distrust and, at times, vitriol against government employees, one federal employee is working to tell the stories of individual public sector workers.
UK Government Digital Service shares how it helps design services for other government departments so they can deliver public services that work for everyone.
When we talk about ‘innovation’ in government tech, what do we mean? 18F shares how it partnered with a government innovation lab to help them understand the impact innovation can have at their organization.
Five U.S. Digital Corps Fellows share their public service journey from military to public interest tech as technologists in the federal government.
Tuesday, September 27, 2022 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
Hosts: Digital.gov and the Web Managers Community of Practice and User Experience (UX) Community of Practice
Department of Homeland Security Deputy Director for Customer Experience Dana Chisnell will share how to use the agency’s usability testing kit and dive into the details for four common approaches to usability testing — from quick tests with colleagues in the office, to structured, remote testing with real users.
Wednesday, September 28, 2022 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET
Hosts: Digital.gov and the Web Managers Community of Practice
Environmental Protection Agency’s Judy Suzuki will share how the agency conducted user testing to improve customers’ experience on the EPA’s coronavirus disinfectants website.