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.
Are you a DC-based graphic designer, VI specialist, multimedia engineer, illustrator or imaging enthusiast in the public sector who enjoys a competitive challenge in a fun, educational environment?
Adobe is thrilled to recognize some of the best creative work done at public sector agencies over the past year. This year’s submissions demonstrated outstanding design-led innovation taking place across federal, state and local agencies to achieve a variety of important missions, reflecting the importance of creativity as a strategic tool for citizen engagement.
Adobe has helped redefine and disrupt the online retail experience with its leading Digital Marketing Cloud technology. Today, more than 60 percent of Fortune 500 companies use Adobe’s technology to optimize customer experiences and maximize revenue.
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.
This year, the federal government updated Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 to ensure that accessibility standards for electronic and information technology meet the needs of those with disabilities.