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  • While browsing the web, you’ve probably noticed that some website URLs start with “http” while others start with “https”. The extra “s” may seem small, and perhaps barely noticeable to the less savvy user, but that little letter has big implications on website security.

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  • In Vision’s annual benchmark study, What’s Next in Digital Communications for Local Government, we surveyed local government leaders to better understand how they’re embracing the latest trends in government communications. To summarize our findings, we’ve put together this infographic with all the latest insights and recommendations to improve your digital communications. See how your communic...

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  • I am very excited to let you know that after building Vision into a premiere website design, development and hosting solution in local government over the past 20 years, we are joining forces with the leading cloud-based solutions provider in the public sector – Granicus.

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  • One in five U.S. citizens has a disability that prevents them from accessing websites effectively, and many struggle to visit local government websites to complete tasks like paying utility bills, applying for permits, or registering for community events. With the latest WCAG 2.0 standards refresh, it’s more important than ever to ensure you’re not excluding these users from accessing your webs...

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  • Local government administrators oversee the day-to-day operations of each department. The public information officer serves as the primary spokesperson and is responsible for the city's image. Finally, the IT manager creates, maintains and enforces standards for implementing technical solutions. But who is responsible for web accessibility? If you think it's just your IT department, th...

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  • The holidays are nearly upon us, and this year, we’d like to take an opportunity to express our thanks to our local government partners. Many Vision customers have launched beautiful and effective websites to help serve their communities. We’d like to highlight just a handful of the many examples of Vision websites that have launched this year.

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  • Remember life before the Internet? Some people have argued that no other invention has been more revolutionary since the invention of the printing press. With almost everything made available online, the entire world is now at your fingertips, and you can get almost anything you need with the click of a button – that is, if you’re able to use a mouse, see the screen and hear the audio.

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  • Web accessibility compliance has changed dramatically in recent years, and now local government agencies must ensure that their websites are compliant with the latest accessibility laws as of January 18, 2018. Simply put, there are no more excuses – such as “the law only applies to federal agencies” or “I can just wait until the Department of Justice comes after me”.

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  • Named as “L.A.’s Next Cool Neighborhood” by Vogue Magazine, this vibrant city maintains its buzz by focusing on community interaction leading to their recognition as Vision’s What’s Next Award winner for Citizen Engagement. Anissa Di Vincente the City’s Webmaster, Shelly Wolfberg, Assistant City Manager and Communications Consultant, Jon Barilone of Tripepi Smith join us for this editi...

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  • Currently, the most populous incorporated town in the United States, the Town of Gilbert, has an even bigger digital footprint. From Podcasting to Mobile AppHubs, Gilbert’s programs are as impressive as they are comprehensive. We recently spoke with Zara Bish, the town’s Multimedia Specialist about their website redesign and strategy.