7 Big Trends for Web Design in 2021
Web design is constantly evolving throughout the years, and adapting is part of any organizations growth. In 2020, we witnessed a global pandemic that created stay at home orders and increase in remote work. Investing in digital resources and trends helps stand out from the crowd, and provide functionality became imperative for organizations. We at Revize have contrived a list of trends we anticipate to rule the worldwide web, take a look at these interesting and unique innovations.
Celebrating Women's History Month: 5 Quotes from Influential Women in Tech
The month of March commemorates the successes women have made throughout history, and recognizes adversities faced along the way to triumph. Here at Revize, we pride ourselves on having a diverse staff filled with women creators, trainers, sales executives, web developers, etc. It’s important to recognize the women who paved the way for other women in tech, and continue to make a difference in the way we design Revize websites. Take a look here at five quotes from influential women in tech.
5 Things to Consider Before Getting Your Website Designed
Websites are now a big part of any company, and for those who want to have a strong online presence, the right approach can make a huge difference. There are a few factors or elements that you should keep in mind while either designing your website or having it designed from any website design company. These elements can help make a website easy to navigate, easy to use, and effective, and hence, make a big difference in the overall user experience.
How do Government Websites Differ From Other Sites?
The internet is a fantastic place as it allows us to connect with one another all over the world, and to impart information easily and quickly. There are lots of different types of websites out there, but some of the most common distinctions are normal civilian websites and government websites. There are some key differences to look for when pursuing either type of website that can truly help you navigate the web with greater ease.
Using AI in Government Websites to Thwart Hackers
Mathematician Alan Turing is credited with helping the Allied Forces win World War I by cracking the Nazi encryption machine, Enigma. For most, that’s a pretty cool accomplishment, and Turing could have packed it in and led a retirement of distinguished admiration. But, thankfully for us, Turing was far from finished.
Lagging e-Government Platforms Can Cripple Citizenry
Crises are part of the human experience. We have done an exceptional job creating highly functional societies, capable of great things, and organizing ourselves around shared values, laws, and governance norms. But when crises hit, some hit harder than others.
How Have Websites Changed to Accommodate COVID-19?
We are currently in the middle of a global pandemic, and as such, we have adapted our daily lives to reflect the essential changes that need to be made to keep ourselves and others healthy and safe. Many companies and even government bodies are now dealing less in person. They are trying to rely more on the organization’s website, bringing more website traffic and therefore, the changes. So, how have websites changed to accommodate the current COVID-19 situation, keep reading to find out?
Free Municipal Website Giveaway
Revize is offering the first 15 municipalities with a population of 2,000 or less a free website set-up, along with no first-year annual fee.
Adding YouTube Video & Live Streams To Your Website
Not only can you embed regular YouTube videos, but you can add YouTube Live videos after they have started. During times like this where most government agencies have moved to online meetings and other tasks; being able to share a meeting or press conference live on your website is essential in making sure the public is informed with what is going on in your community. The step to add these videos are exactly the same as adding a regular YouTube video. There are two ways you can embed YouTube videos on your website. The first way is to go to the YouTube video you would like to share and click share and copy the URL.
A Guide For Using Your Revize Home Page Alerts & e-Notify
Topics to be Covered
- Setting Up Home Page Alerts
- Setting Up e-Notify
- How Website Visitors Sign-up for e-Notify
- Contact & Support Information
Communicate COVID-19 Info Using Your Website
Many state and local governments have been working from home and will be for some time. Concerned citizens are still depending on them for any updates regarding COVID-19 and how it is affecting your community. In this time of uncertainty, Revize wants to help you reach the public where they are, online. Our websites have the tools to get the news out from anywhere, anytime. Here are 3 of the ways our features let you put out time-sensitive information to the public fast.
How to Use Your Website for Better Elections
With Super Tuesday upon us and the election cycle in full swing for 2020, you may be wondering how you can use your website to better facilitate the upcoming elections. There are a few simple things that you can do to help inform local citizens, provide updated information, and stay secure.
Ransomware Attacks Increasingly Target Local Government Organizations
Local governments across the country are being targeted and it’s not hard to figure out why.
ADA Website Accessibility Guide & Government Website Standards
Your website visitors are just as diverse as the community you serve and to deny them access to the content on your webpage is the same as not providing them access to your physical location. When the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was first put forward the internet was just coming to the mainstream, now those same protections for those with disabilities are being enforced across the digital landscape. Along with this new focus on the digital experience comes quite a bit of confusion. Not helping the confusion, courts have stated that even without comprehensive legal standards you are open to being sued and found liable if your website is not ADA compliant. Not to worry, there are some basic Government Website standards that you can follow to reduce your risk and make sure your site is inclusive to all users.
4 Government Website Must-haves in 2019
Government and municipal websites tend to be behind the curve when it comes to features and usability. As we move into the New Year this needs to change but first, it must become a priority. Considering a redesign can be overwhelming and you may not know what to look for, here are the top four things your website should have to keep up during 2019.
How To Modernize Your Surveys and Reports
Old habits are hard to break because they usually still work. Even so, failure to modernize your surveys will eventually lead to outdated methods and out-of-touch reports. Improvements in survey deliverables likely will require an attitude of experimentation. As you consider how to compress your surveys, spice up your reports and broaden your reach, don’t let worry about false steps prevent innovation. There are plenty of opportunities to express creativity in data reporting and lots of good ideas to draw from. Implementing some or all of these newer, best practices in your jurisdiction can increase survey response rates, streamline questionnaires and bring reporting into the modern era.
10 Ways to Improve Your Municipal Web Design
Websites are one of the most important tools to retrieve information. People more often go to a website for information than calling the concerned company official. The more competent a website, the more advantages one gains. It is important to ensure that the municipal web design is effectively meeting the needs of your users. You need to chalk out a journey from the first time they visit the website to the time they become a customer.
How to choose your government website vendors?
Most of the businesses depend on external sources to provide products and services. However, before you invest time and money in a website, you need to understand what design and development options may be available to you and what type of government website vendors can truly fulfil your demands.
10 ways to improve Local Government Web Design
If your local government web design seems outdated and the idea of launching a full-scale replacement feels overwhelming but you have budget constraints, you can still make big upgrades and improvements to your website through simple techniques. Website is the most important tool to extract information. People more often go to a website for information than calling company officials for details. The more competent a website, the more advantages one gains.
What Do the Best Government Websites Have in Common?
Government websites have a lot of information to be incorporated and displayed on the screen. The best government websites tend to use high image and low text designs, prioritize accessibility and mobility and encourage a design that puts the user's comfort and convenience first. These have been the cornerstones of a good website design.
5 ways how a new website can save your company money
For most of the entrepreneurs and business owners that come your path, the need and motivation to build a fresh web presence comes from the desire for more search traffic, a better design and showcasing ecommerce features. If you are genuinely looking to make some changes to your company's website, then think about why that is.