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Topic: Design and Development

Developing a Consumer Resource Guide: Planning Strategies and Process

Even in the digital age, we must remember that not everyone has access to the Internet. But they should still have access to government information. As part of USAGov’s effort to do just that, we produce the Consumer Action Handbook (CAH) and the Gu√≠a del Consumidor in Spanish. This publication empowers people to make informed purchases, avoid fraud, and exercise their consumer rights. More than a textbook, the CAH is actionable. We do the legwork, aggregating the resources from across government and the private sector.  

April 07, 2016 Read More

Topics: Content, Design and Development

Our New Logo Gets the Star Treatment

Two weeks ago, we discussed how we chose our new name: USAGov. Today, in the third installment of our ongoing series about our rebranding efforts, we’ll talk about our new logo.

March 28, 2016 Read More

Topics: Design and Development

USA.Gov Launches vote.USA.gov to Help Citizens Register to Vote

One of the most important rights of American citizens is the right to vote. It is the foundation of our democracy, and in many ways, the basis of our government. This is why the team at USA.gov is excited to announce the launch of vote.USA.gov.

October 02, 2015 Read More

Topics: Design and Development

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