Prioritizing budgets (especially taxpayer funded ones) is never easy. One area governments of all kinds should look to when deciding where they can get the… Read More »Is your communication strategy mobile ready?
Improve your census participation with It’sMyTown, the official mobile app for local governments The US Government has been conducting a population census every ten years… Read More »Improve census participation with It’sMyTown
In our last blog, we shared mind around how a responsive website isn’t a native mobile app and doesn’t match the usability or functionality of a mobile app.
Let’s talk about users privacy. It’s already common news that Facebook was fined ~$5 billion for violating users privacy. ‘LaLiga’ The official soccer league in Spain was fined €250,000 for spying on users, under the new privacyRead More »Privacy. It’sMyTown was built for local governments with users privacy first in mind.
We see many local Gov. websites coming to maturity nowadays. With that, comes the need for smarter government engagement media’s. ADA requirements, video and voice are no strangers to a ‘website upgrade’ requirements and bids out there. They are all very important and budgets are directed that way. The common action is “let’s ask IT to speak to our website vendor and set something up” – here is a news flash: a “responsive” website is NOT an alternative to a mobile app (even if a web design vendor tells you so). The technology is simply not there yet.Read More »Responsive website Vs. a Mobile App?
Last week, at the state of Georgia municipal association (GMA) annual convention in the beautiful city of Savannah, ITsimple and its civic content platform have gotten more validation than it could ever wish for. Stating the obvious sometimes seems unnecessary, yet we feel the urge to say it again ‘MOBILE IS HERE’. As we’ve been sharing with many elected officials and local government staff – ‘a website, responsive as it will be, even with the mix of publishing content through the social channels – simply doesn’t cut it anymore’. Read More »The rise of municipal mobile apps