Webmaster User Group. July 16, 2014 Session 10:00am – 11:45am. Webmaster User Group. Welcome Back!. Facilitator: Michael Chen Web Policy Coordinator. July 16, 2014. Agenda. Web Roadmap. Where We’ve Been. Where We’re At. Where We’re Going. Overview of Offerings.
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July 16, 2014 Session
10:00am – 11:45am
Facilitator: Michael Chen
Web Policy Coordinator
July 16, 2014
2010 – GA: New Shared Service
2011 – Urchin customers migrated to GA
2012 – CA.gov State-wide GA Dashboard
Google has extended the product
Track how users flow through your site
View visitor location by map or
Watch traffic in real time!
Note: mobile is over 30% of all traffic on State sites and is still growing!
WUG would love to hear your lessons learned!
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A search result is NOT an “answer”. It is not specific and therefore the answer also cannot be “spoken”.
You must go to the page and read until you hopefully find the answer.
Here’s an answer that is “spoken”. But who actually provided the answer?
Note: I could not find any “spoken” answers from State websites!
So what websites provide exact answers to Siri, Google Now, and Cortana?
Semantically designed sites do!
1. Mobile Demands a “Re-Architecting” of the State Template:
Note: a quality content management system (CMS) can further augment the new State Template with even more specific “business language” oriented semantics:
2. Semantic Design Aspects (look & feel & layout):
3. Minimize Future State Site Migration Efforts!
4. A New Responsive Menu (Ex: Maine.gov)
New “Semantically” Designed State Template