Updates to bit.sd.gov
Throughout the past year, BIT has maintained a customer-friendly, consistent and visual online brand by way of our website. Web modifications and updates continue on a regular basis, however, a complete and thorough review of the entire website recently involved staff input and was completed in late May.
rich, customer service based language, fresh and inviting content; both on the
website and company blog. Update and review all content areas throughout the
website based on staff changes and recommendations.
other agencies to link to our website or blog for updates and service
information when deemed appropriate.
to review and monitor search engine optimization (SEO) throughout the site and
blog. The SEO of the BIT website is done very well, but there is always room
for improvement as content is updated and new information is added. The SEO on
the BIT blog is exceptional since Google is the leading force behind that
activity in which labels and keywords are included in every blog post.
social media icons in the header rather than the footer throughout the site to
increase traffic and interaction to these social media sites. Also, bring the
“What’s New” section on the homepage to the top so users do not have to search
for the latest updates at the bottom of the page.
the location and design of the navigation on the homepage. Previously located
vertically on the left side of the scrolling image, they are now positioned
horizontally above the scrolling image. One key area of emphasis was to
decrease the amount of scrolling while maintaining consistency with design
structure and content flow.
- Add alt
tags to images on the homepage.
- Add an
email subscription and social media icons to company blog.
more articles to the company blog and increase sharing component;
driving traffic to the blog and website.
the same quality and visual updates are carried through to the BIT mobile
- Ensure content and navigational consistency between the Internet (public-facing site) and Intranet (internal to state government) sites.
|Previous bit.sd.gov homepage.|
|Current bit.sd.gov homepage with recent changes.|