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Can Federal Agencies Use Getty Images’ Free Share Tool?

Apr 3, 2014 |

Earlier this month, stock photo giant Getty Images launched an embedded photo viewer, that permits sharing millions of its’ copyrighted images for free. The news generated headlines and questions about whether it’s okay for government content producers to use the tool. From Getty’s perspective, the Read »

Creating E-Books: Think Functionality, Not Aesthetics

Mar 7, 2014 |

E-books are great for one thing: reading on mobile devices. Their reflowable text adjusts to fit the reader’s smartphone, tablet or e-reader in the type size the reader chooses. They are essential for reading on smartphones, and better than pdf’s for all but the biggest tablets. But e-books are not great for design. They’re generally Read »

Mobile Code Sharing Catalog Snippet: BioZen

Feb 28, 2014

Interested in building an app that incorporates biofeedback data from multiple wearable body sensors? Check out BioZen, available on the Mobile Code Sharing Catalog, one of the first mobile applications to provide users with live biofeedback Read »

Innovation Means More, Better, Cost Effective Digital Training

Jan 28, 2014 |

A recent FedTech Magazine article asked, Read »

Best Week Ever in #SocialGov: December Edition

Dec 20, 2013 |

(This is the next installment of an ongoing series charting the programs, events and people that make the emerging field of social media and data in government an exciting place to serve the public. Agencies are encouraged to submit their own stories for this travelogue of digital innovation.) From Read »

Military OneSource

Aug 8, 2013 |

Members of the military and their families now have access to Military OneSource on the go with the new Department of Defense mobile website Military OneSource. This Read »

Army.mil – Usability Case Study

Jun 19, 2013 |

If you want to make a website more efficient and user friendly, then it’s not enough just to have your most valuable information on the site. People are busy—they want to find what they’re looking for, and they want it fast. You don’t always need to redesign an entire site to make things easier to Read »

Agency Digital Strategy Pages

Aug 22, 2012 |

In his May 23rd, 2012 Presidential Memorandum, President Obama directed Executive Departments and Agencies to: Implement the requirements of the Digital Government Strategy, and Create a page at www.[agency].gov/digitalstrategy to publicly report progress of this implementation. Consistent with Milestone Actions #2.1 (open data) and #7.1 (mobile optimization), agencies will post candidate data sets and services to Read »