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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.
How a New Digital Experience Transformed the Sydney Opera House—and Set a New Bar for Government in the 21st Century
G’day mates! I’ve just returned from sunny Sydney, where Adobe held a 2-day symposium at the iconic Sydney Opera House. It brought together 3,000 innovators to share ideas about how digital experiences are transforming the world and keeping organizations ahead of the competition.
The public sector faces many of the same challenges as the private sector when it comes to making use of digital information. By harnessing their data, forward-thinking organizations can identify opportunities not only to improve digital experiences but also to offer unparalleled speed and insights into policy making.
The 8th annual Adobe Digital Government Symposium on May 2nd focused on ways government can transform digital services by shifting focus away from maintaining legacy IT systems and investing in new technologies to improve citizen experiences.
People today are more connected than ever before and have higher expectations when it comes to digital experiences. As a consumer or a citizen, they expect experiences that are simple, personalized, and exceptional—whether it’s online, mobile, or social.