Experience Selected for New Government Common Web Services
Experience Selected for New Government Common Web Services Panel
Digital Communications company *experience is pleased to be one of the companies on the new Government Common Web Services panel.
The cross-government Common Web Services panel is designed to help the Department of Internal Affairs and eligible agencies to quickly identify and engage preferred suppliers of web professional services. *experience has been selected to provide services for five of the seven panel categories – information architecture, graphical / visual design, front-end development, technical writing and usability testing.
*experience CEO Miriame Barbarich says that membership on this new panel is a great opportunity for her company to be involved in the next, exciting phase of government service transformation.
“The future is digital,” she says. “People and businesses want digital ways to access and interact with government information, services and tools and they expect their digital experiences to be outstanding – easy to use, responsive and accessible anywhere they are.
We’re thrilled that our expertise, creativity and vision across several digital disciplines has been recognised and that we’ll have the opportunity to continue to help government deliver the best possible experiences and outcomes for New Zealanders.”
For more information about the Common Web Services initiative and a list of approved suppliers go to ict.govt.nz
*experience is a digital communications and design company. We define, design and deliver customer-centric, digital experiences – regardless of technology, channel, device or location.
Based in Wellington, we have a broad corporate, Government and SME client base and work across the capital and Hamilton and Auckland. We specialise in digital strategy; customer insights and research; user experience design; website, intranet and application ideation and design; responsive and mobile design; usability testing; social media management and business enablement.
Find out more – www.experience.net.nz