Hartford.gov Gets A Makeover

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The city has given its website a facelift.

The newly designed site, launched Friday, features a cleaner layout and more photographs. Check it out here.

New Hartford.gov home page

New Hartford.gov home page

From the city:



(September 20, 2013)Today, the City of Hartford unveiled a new design on its municipal website, http://www.hartford.gov. The updated look focuses on presenting residents and visitors with a clearer and more vibrant view of the services, events, and attractions offered by Connecticut’s Capital City.

“It’s still a work in progress, but this new design is a major step toward increased efficiency in delivering information,” said Mayor Pedro E. Segarra. “We plan to continue making upgrades over the next several months as get more feedback from users.”

The site also makes a number of important technical changes, including optimization across a range of browsers and mobile devices, and improved visibility for search engines like Google.

The City partnered with Enovai, Inc. an award-winning interactive firm to upgrade the website which includes a mobile version.

“We’ve noticed a trend among state and local governments in recognizing the need to enhance digital communication channels with residents and visitors.” said Ryan McHardy of Enovai Inc., “We feel lucky that we were able to contribute our skill-set to help enhance a city we love.”

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One thought on “Hartford.gov Gets A Makeover

  1. Joe

    Great news! That should balance the budget deficit from last FY year, encourage highly qualified candidates to apply to be department heads at the 9 departments with “acting” leaders, find the missing take home cars, stop the increase in murders, and resolve all the discrimination claims against the administration. Does anyone find it odd you can’t actually view the website of the organization that was well paid to doe the work praised in this press release?

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