Tucker, GA — Tucker is seeking bids for a redesign of the city’s website to begin on or about Nov. 1. Interviews for the project will be held in November, and the contract will be awarded at the Dec. 13 City Council meeting.
The current site gets around 34,000 views per month, and was last redesigned in 2018. Since then, technology and accessibility expectations have changed, and more city departments want a role in shaping their online presence, the RFP states.
The city is looking for responsive communication, in-person or virtual meetings with the provider for customization of a user-friendly product.
The project includes development, training, hosting, support and content migration in alignment with government goals and citizen expectations. Experience in government websites is a must.
According to the RFP, the goal is a user-friendly focused site with a clean layout and orderly presentation, intuitive navigation and the technology to support an increasing demand for online services from residents, businesses and visitors. The site must be ADA compliant and mobile-friendly, with a backend website content management system that’s easy to use, even for staff without technical backgrounds.
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