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January 16, 2018 / Creativity in Government

Q & A with Adobe Creativity Award Winner: How the County of San Diego Used Technology to Help Citizens Live Well

Live Well San Diego is the County of San Diego’s vision for a region that is Building Better Health, Living Safely and Thriving. The Live Well San Diego Support Team won the Adobe 2016 Creativity in the Public Sector Award in part because of the collaborative spirit of its partners and the innovative use of design and technology to make a lasting impact in their community.

December 12, 2017 / Creativity in Government

5 Steps to Creating a Winning Project for the Adobe Government Creativity Awards

Read our judges’ best tips for creating a memorable and winning Behance project.

November 17, 2017 / Creativity in Government

3 Steps to Apply: 2018 Adobe Government Creativity Awards

Share your work. Get recognized for your creative efforts in government, and join our private Slack community of government technology marketers!

Government Digital Experience in Focus at Adobe MAX 2017

Last week, the 2017 Adobe MAX conference brought together more than 10,000 designers, developers and business leaders to discuss the latest creative technologies, learn new skills, and get inspired by fellow creatives. This year, MAX also featured a few special sessions focused on digital challenges and opportunities for creative professionals in government.

September 19, 2017 / Creativity in Government

Second Hawaii Annual Code Challenge Promotes Tech Modernization in Hawaii

The second Hawaii Annual Code Challenge (HACC) shows how software and island life make for a great pairing. Launched last week, HACC is the latest effort by the State of Hawaii to transform how the government conducts business in the state.

How VISIT FLORIDA is Better Serving Tourists in 2017, and Serving the Purpose to “Brighten the Lives of All”

“Mobile-friendly” and “responsiveness” as a term has earned a deep and varied meaning to different groups. Now, experts take it a level deeper, and say it’s about being “mobile-first” and prioritizing the mobile experience over desktop.