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Not only is Nikki Busmanis 211 Maine’s program manager, she’s also a prime example of how easy it is to get help from the health and human services information referral line. Established in Maine in 2006, the statewide organization provides centralized access to local assistance for health, shelter, substance use, and food via the Maine-basedLearn more
UX and UI are like milk and cookies, better together. And we find the best results come from a discussion between the two. When designing for public sector sites and applications, we layer business analytics and knowledge about users with graphic treatments. Each project we take on starts with UX – analysis of user workflows,Learn more
Minnesota has a new and improved resource to grow its labor force. Designed to reach discouraged workers, the unhappily employed, and unemployed populations, CareerForce provides skills and support to rejoin or stay in the workforce. CareerForce is taking the current labor shortage by the horns in the effort to fill jobs and encourage continued job growth.Learn more
The Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) Shopper is a mobile application that provides immediate food crediting guidance when child and adult care providers are making decisions about foods to purchase for reimbursable CACFP meals. We spoke with project manager Angie Davis and her team, Robin Holz and Suzanne Secor-Parker, the lead consultants for Iowa’sLearn more
Analogous research is an important part of the design process. For our work on the Missouri Department of Transportation (MODOT) website redesign, we’ve been looking at DOT sites for best practices and inspiration. To take this further, I decided to check with the teams behind some sites on the list (Colorado, Iowa, Maine) to learnLearn more
According to analysts, the July 6 data from Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) shows continued growth in jobs and workers. More than 600,000 people entered the labor force in June to look for work. And although the unemployment rate rose to 4.0 percent from 3.8 percent in May, it is buffeted by the 0.2 percentLearn more
What would you do if you had so much physical pain you could no longer work? Such was the case for Anita* who had to apply for food stamps to make ends meet. As a result of the pain and demoralization of losing her job, her confidence suffered as well. She wanted to be ableLearn more
Like many states, Idaho has been working to expand Medicaid coverage, but has run into legislative resistance. For citizens that do have coverage, challenges still remain to receiving care, not least in identifying and getting accepted by a Primary Care Provider (PCP). We thought this was a good time to highlight the digital initiatives IdahoLearn more
A team from GovWebworks recently completed their second visit in recent weeks to Saint Paul, Minnesota, where they have been assisting the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) in defining their new web-based employment and career development platform.
Our clients at the State of Idaho’s Department of Health and Welfare (IDHW) came to us this summer with a pressing request. A quick and efficient web-based solution was needed to meet the federal requirements for public access to health and incident reports for all state childcare providers (CFR 98.32-33). The challenge – The desiredLearn more