Municipal Web Design Best Practices and What We Learned from COVID-19

Webinar: Wednesday, June 24, 1:00 PM CT

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Join two of our award-winning designers for best practices in municipal web design that any content creator can master (no coding skills or fine arts background required). We’ll review:

  • How to prioritize content and interactions
  • How to use heat maps to inform your redesign
  • What the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us about digital interactions and how it’s changing web design and content prioritizations
  • Resources available to CivicPlus clients to help them build a custom, actional web design strategy

Bonus Material: All registrants will receive a web design best practices checklist

 

Can’t attend live? Register to receive a copy of the recording 48-hours after the live broadcast.

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Your Speaker: Toma Griffey

Toma has eight years of experience in visual design and has been an art director with the CivicPlus Creative Services Team for four years. Toma helps facilitate client website design solutions utilizing cross-functional teams and strives to offer effective and innovative problem-solving solutions to clients’ citizen engagement and communication challenges. Toma holds two Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees from Kansas State University.

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Your Speaker: Colin Williamson

As a CivicPlus Art Director, Collin is responsible for meeting with clients and leading our team of designers to create design solutions for our CivicEngage product. Collin uses his knowledge in web and user-centered design to help create innovative and usable designs since joining the CivicPlus team in 2015. Collin has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Kansas State University and has relevant design experience in advertising, user experience, and content development. He uses his expertise to create the best web experiences and help citizens to be better engaged with local government.