Civic Design of the Year - 2013 GovFresh Awards

Submit your nominations and vote for the design project (online or offline) that best fostered civic collaboration, innovation and inspiration in 2013. If the design project has already been nominated, add additional info/links for judges to consider. Judges will use this information as the basis for their votes. Deadlines and judging details: awards.govfresh.com

  1. Designing Services for Housing

    Designing Services for Housing was a joint project from the Public Policy Lab, Parsons DESIS Lab, and NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development. The project used a service design methodology to investigate ways to better involve communities in housing-related services. Researchers, faculty, students, and civil servants all collaborated on the exciting project.

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  2. CIVIC -- http://www.austintexas.gov/civic

    Following the award-winning, citizen-driven design of austintexas.gov, the Capital Improvements Visualization, Information, and Communication (CIVIC) site is a new resource for information on how the City of Austin, TX leverages its Capital Improvements Program (CIP) to make Austin vibrant, livable and connected. While providing many communications and reports, it also features a map viewer for geographically locating projects and finding information including the best person to contact for project updates, current project status and more. It also dynamically interacts with the City of Austin’s Open Data Portal. With this sharing of information, CIVIC furthers the City’s commitment to increase transparency,…

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  3. The New NYC.gov

    In September 2013, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg unveiled the new NYC.gov – a faster, smarter, and fully responsive website that is easier to use than ever before. The redesign focused on usability, consistency, accessibility and scalability. With over 35 million unique annual visitors, the goal of the redesign was to provide a superior experience that rivals the best-designed, most intuitive platforms across both public and private sectors-and to set a new bar for government websites. Guided by input from the public, informed by visitor metrics and inspired by the customer service approach of 311, NYC.gov has been redesigned…

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Civic Design of the Year - 2013 GovFresh Awards

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