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New website FAQ

On August 5, 2010, in Featured, General, Launch, Stage 1, by Liz Azyan
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Website redesign launch and the FAQ We have now launched our new website and are on to the second stage of this project. The second stage will involve revisiting the taxonomy of our website. But to help answer any questions users might have regarding the website, we have devised an FAQ to answer them. If [...]

Action Panel closeness to related content

Part 4: Getting things done with the ‘Action Panel’

On July 19, 2010, in General, Stage 1, Usability Testing, User Research, by Liz Azyan
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The Action Panel After a series of blog posts introducing our new website, the mega menu and action navigation bar, we can now show you the ‘Action Panel’. The Action Panel is located on  the right hand side of the page and displays transactions relevant to the category or section of the webpage. This video [...]

Good Communication Awards 2010

We’re nominated for ‘Website Accessibility Award 2010′

On July 13, 2010, in Accessibility, Stage 1, by Liz Azyan
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We are please to announce that we have been nominated for the ‘Website Accessibility Award’ in local government  by the Good Communications Awards 2010. The Awards, sponsored by Polycom and taking place on Thursday 15th July at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium, will this year be presented by Nicholas Owen of BBC News.  My colleague, Lucy and [...]

Eye tracking analysis of new website

Part 3: Getting things done with the ‘Action Nav’

On July 12, 2010, in Featured, Feedback, General, Stage 1, User Research, by Liz Azyan
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Get things done! Welcome to part 3 of our “Get things done!” series for the new website. Earlier we introduced the new look and feel of our new website with Part 1: Welcome to our new website and later revealed our ‘Mega Menu’ navigation with Part 2: How to get things done using our Mega [...]

B&Q mega menu

Part 2: How to get things done using our ‘Mega Menus’

On July 7, 2010, in Featured, General, Stage 1, by Liz Azyan
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Getting things done on our new website using the ‘Mega Menus’ As you might already know from our previous post Part 1: Welcome to our new website, we’re unveiling our new website at the end of July and wanted to show you how you can get things done on the new site using the ‘Mega [...]

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Part 1: Welcome to our new website

On July 2, 2010, in Featured, General, Stage 1, by Liz Azyan
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For the past few months, the webteam has been working on the redesign of our website. There will be a lot of improvements to how the website will work from a design and usability point of view. You will be able to find what you are looking for much quicker and identify transactions more easily.

Digital Strategy: How Camden will be engaging with the local community through hyperlocal websites

On June 2, 2010, in General, Stage 1, by Liz Azyan
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Recently, Camden’s webteam have been talking to Will Perrin, Founder of ‘Talk About Local’ about the potential of engaging with citizens in Camden through hyperlocal blogs and local community websites.

Local government website redesign project phases and business requirements for Camden Council UK

On May 26, 2010, in Featured, General, Stage 1, by Liz Azyan
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We are now still in the first phase of Camden Council’s website redesign. There are 3 core phases in this project, that Alasdair explains in detail in the video below. It is important for us to communicate that once the website is launched, this project does not end there. There will be another 2 phases until the cycle is complete.

Increasing transparency through local government web development blogs

On May 25, 2010, in Featured, General, Social Media, Stage 1, by Liz Azyan
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Ever since we launched our web development blog, there has been an increased interest in local government web development blogs. Looking at some of the response below (tweets about Camden’s web development blog and some of our blog posts) that we’ve had over the past few weeks, I believe the number of local government web development blogs will increase and more lessons can be learnt within our growing community.

Citizens ‘wish list’ and frustrations with local government websites

On April 23, 2010, in Stage 1, Usability Testing, User Research, by Liz Azyan
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This blog post talks about some the insights discovered through Camden Council’s user research in early 2010 for it Website Redesign Project.

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