Workshopped to get RecsCrowdsourced them and made them a part of the Mobile App Development ProgramThere are 42 recommendations about content, IA, functionality, design, Trust WorthinessCritical, Very Important and Important
1000 Flowers BloomDOT responsiveWebsite at dot.govhttp://apps.usa.gov/saferbus.shtmlhttp://apps.usa.gov/safer-car.shtml
The Internet of Things or more simply it’s scannable, drivable, wearable, flyablehttp://www.digitalgov.gov/2013/06/05/mary-meekers-internet-trends-report-2/QR code goes to this: http://www.digitalgov.gov/category/mobile/Check out more resources at https://www.digitalgov.gov/resources/mobile-application-development-program/
The Next WaveIt’s a way of publishing content as modular, discrete pieces of information that are tagged with machine-readable descriptions. A number of organizations have taken this approach. Also know as adaptive content. Structured content has the potential to transform how people find, understand, share, and use government information. https://www.digitalgov.gov/2013/10/28/always-future-ready-the-benefits-of-open-content-models-and-structured-data-webinar/
See our resources here:https://www.digitalgov.gov/resources/mobile-application-development-program/
1. Winning Them At First Swipe: How
Agencies Are Making Great Mobile
Jacob Parcell, MPA
Manager, Mobile Programs
Digital Services Innovation Center
Office of Citizen Services & Innovative Technologies.
U.S. General Services Administration
2. Everyone Digs Mobile
3. How Government Is Keeping Pace
4. Responsive Web Design is on Fire
5. Engaging Users With Native Apps
6. Mobile User Experience Is Key
Informational or Transactional?
How Does Mobile Affect the User
Mobile User Experience
Recommendations and Guidelines
7. Department of Transportation
8. The Future of Mobile!
9. Structured Data Will Get us There
Visual By Stephanie Brown, GSA
10. Digital Innovators Assemble!
Mobile is about the User!
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