The Legislative Reference Bureau is a nonpartisan legislative service agency, that provides a wide variety of services to legislators, legislative committees, and members of the public.
The redesign has delivered a new standard for library sites nationwide and has been the recipient of 5 awards, including Best Government Website.
Highlighting Hawaii’s diversity, native culture, and the uniqueness of each island, Hawaii.gov provides a web experience that truly reflects the Aloha State. The site has been the recipient of 17 awards and all work was completed at no cost to the state.
The State Council on Mental Health (SCMH) is an active advocacy group with 21 volunteer members who provide a voice for children, youth, adults, and their families on behavioral health issues. Established in 1984, SCMH had existed for decades yet they were still without an online presence, which hindered their ability to share information about the important work they are doing to improve and advocate for a system of care…
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Our first and oldest – the Hawaii State Judiciary website was originally launched in 2010. First built in the content management system Alfresco, this site was live for six years before it was migrated in to WordPress in 2015. Throughout the years, we have continued to work closely with the partner on enhancements, including optimizing the site for mobile, which accounts for close to 40% of all site visits.
Since 2013, the state has launched over 450 websites using the Hawaii State Template that we created together.
In 2013, NIC Hawaii first partnered with FTZ#9 to redesign their website. They were looking to make the site more user friendly with intuitive navigation, optimize for use on mobile devices, and add social media. Recently, in 2017, we also gave the homepage a refresh.
Data focused redesign
The goal of the homepage redesign was twofold – to evoke an emotional response…
Read more… Foreign-Trade Zone #9
Engage with the public by promoting cyber security events, sharing information on available grants, and showing how to report suspicious activity.
The goal is to increase engagement with small businesses in Hawaii by strategically targeting the business owners with relevant and helpful information about the programs that DBEDT Business Development & Support Division has to offer.