The fall season of digital makeovers returns and reveals the importance of the right amount of information presented with the user in mind.
Even some of the most active and engaged online MPs have room for improvement. And the rest, well, they can learn a lot from them.
Today’s digital makeover reveals MPs are generally quite good at what they do online. It’s just that they apparently don’t put a stake in the long game.
It’s not that the public sector isn’t capable of being innovative and embrace risk; that it isn’t willing to be entrepreneurial.
Today’s digital makeover considers the importance of integrating digital and “real world” for more effective calls to action and follow-through.
Today’s digital makeover considers how the online activities of party “leaders” can be problematic if they model online apathy to other caucusmates.
This digital makeover highlights that a weak digital presence is perhaps more strategically-problematic than no presence at all.
In today’s digital makeover: an effective digital ecosystem depends heavily on how all of the parts are connected and how they work together.