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Web 2.0 Government 2.0

  1. 1. WEB 2.0 GOVERNMENT 2.0 Next generation websites Zoe Laycock Front of Mind
  2. 2. presenting FRONT OF MIND
  3. 3. Spin? Web 2.0 quot;a popular (though ill-defined) buzz word amongst certain technical and marketing communities?quot; FRONT OF MIND
  4. 4. What is Web 2.0? • Business Model? • Technology? FRONT OF MIND
  5. 5. Beyond the buzz… Not about the how, but what. – Read – Write – Execute FRONT OF MIND
  6. 6. Web 1.0 - first generation Read • Static websites • Information driven • Provider led • One-directional communication FRONT OF MIND
  7. 7. Web 2.0 - next generation Read - Write “Significant evolution brought about by the community and the nature of the web itself.” • Dynamic, rich user experience • Blurs traditional line between Web Apps and Rich Client Apps • Harnesses the power of community • Collective intelligence • Takes usability to its ultimate level – user defined FRONT OF MIND
  8. 8. User Experience FRONT OF MIND
  9. 9. Technologies not new Web 2.0 Poster Children • RSS • Blogs • Wikis 1999 – RSS first introduced FRONT OF MIND
  10. 10. Google Mash-up’s FRONT OF MIND
  11. 11. Second Life – virtual communities FRONT OF MIND
  12. 12. Digg – user powered news content FRONT OF MIND
  13. 13. FaceBook FRONT OF MIND
  14. 14. Not just social networking Collaborative & mobile working • Basecamp • Google docs FRONT OF MIND
  15. 15. Basecamp Project collaboration, management, and task software. • Project management • Client/ project extranet FRONT OF MIND
  16. 16. Google Docs Web based word processor • Usual word processor features • No need for large, memory/ processor intensive application • Type into your browser • Auto save every few seconds • Share work easily • Computer crash – no problem! FRONT OF MIND
  17. 17. Why should you care? FRONT OF MIND
  18. 18. Opportunities • Self service • Engagement • Participation/ collaboration • Take-up E-DEMOCRACY • Co-production of web content • Public sector sets the framework • Customers/ stakeholders define the experience FRONT OF MIND
  19. 19. Government 2.0 Examples hard to find Public sector has been slower in its take up. FRONT OF MIND
  20. 20. L.B Redbridge FRONT OF MIND
  21. 21. L.B Redbridge – step 1 register FRONT OF MIND
  22. 22. L.B Redbridge FRONT OF MIND
  23. 23. L.B Redbridge FRONT OF MIND
  24. 24. L.B Redbridge FRONT OF MIND
  25. 25. L.B Redbridge - iMap FRONT OF MIND
  26. 26. Challenges: • Broadband dependency • Ajax – web development framework for creating rich internet applications: – Browser integration – Response time – Search engine optimisation – Web analytics – Reliance on JavaScript FRONT OF MIND
  27. 27. Exciting opportunities To create websites that are: • User centred • Rich online experience • Useful, usable, used Web 2.0 represents a next generation approach to website provision User centred User defined FRONT OF MIND
  28. 28. Conclusion Web 2.0 approach is the key to Take-up Putting website users in the driving seat! FRONT OF MIND
  29. 29. Thank You! Zoe Laycock New Media Director www.frontofmind.co.uk Web That works! FRONT OF MIND

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