Yesterday I met with Gedling Borough Council who are based in the beautiful Arnot Hill Park. I’m always excited to see my clients, and Gedling is a particular highlight because they are experimenting with the GovDelivery Communications Cloud to continually improve audience engagement rates with their content, and, most importantly, they measure the outcomes of… Read more »
Can you imagine a world where government is your best friend? Or a “brand” that you love? I can. And so should you. All of us living in so-called Western democracies have been facing very similar issues over the past few years. On the subject of governance, a decline in citizens’ trust in institutions, politicians, and ‘the establishment’… Read more »
What makes your village, town or city an enjoyable place to live? Do you value being able to walk in pedestrianised areas? Safe cycle routes? Clean air? A vibrant community events calendar? There are numerous factors that contribute to how we measure our quality of life. However one parameter that almost everyone agrees on, is… Read more »
In a digital world, we are constantly competing for our audience’s attention. Between the billions of emails sent and received every day around the world, to the increase in digital platforms, there are any number of things that can distract your audience from your message. So it’s hard enough to get the attention of your… Read more »
The USDA National Agricultural Library is on the cutting edge of open data, and the projects inspired by collaboration on its portal, Ag Data Commons, prove it. At the 9th Annual Digital Summit, Andrew Hoppin and Adam Kriesberg explained why open data is just an extension of NAL’s mission and how others can get involved with open data.
Tips you and your team can use to start building an open data portal of your own, or improve one you already have.