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Matthew Crozier

Matthew Crozier

1 year ago

Lesson #4: Don’t Be Shy When Engaging The Community

Lesson 4 in our top ten lessons for online citizen engagement series. Really, there’s no need to be coy about engaging the community. We quite often see lots of effort put into creating a really engaging site and then no effort in letting people know it is there.

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Matthew Crozier

Matthew Crozier

1 year ago

Lesson #3: Think Beyond A 6-Week Campaign And Be There When People Need You

Lesson 3 in our top ten lessons for online citizen engagement series. Most online engagement projects are made up of multiple phases, and typically, only a few of these will involve consulting or actively listening to the community. Unfortunately, the timing of community members becoming interested in a project and of the timing of consultative phases often don’t coincide.

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Matthew Crozier

Matthew Crozier

1 year ago

Lesson #1: Use An Online Engagement Platform To Build Your Community

Lesson 1 in our top ten lessons for online citizen engagement series. Using a platform like EngagementHQ to build a community around your online public engagement processes is important because it allows you to build and keep your audience rather than starting afresh each time. It also means the community become accustomed to what is expected.

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Joe Kresling

Joe Kresling

1 year ago

Auckland Transport is achieving high engagement rates. Here’s why…

The Auckland Transport team has impressed us with very high engagement rates in their past projects, making this a perfect site to showcase some effective ways to design your EngagementHQ site. Read on to discover what tools have been used for this project and how they helped the Transport team achieve their project goals.

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Matthew Crozier

Matthew Crozier

1 year ago

Getting Your Hands Dirty In Deliberative Forums

When clients are embarking on a new consultation where they want to encourage the community to discuss, debate and evolve ideas, and online discussion forums are the tool of choice. Generally, the role of the organisation is to provide a safe space for discussion and observe the community in action.

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Joe Kresling

Joe Kresling

2 years ago

Bayside City Council site is a great example of displaying accessible plans

Melbourne’s Bayside City Council’s latest consultation has quickly become a great example of highly engaged participation. The Council was aware that this project – the redevelopment of a local park – would incite high public interest. To cater to the diversity of the expected audience, they utilised EngagementHQ’s visual capability to display accessible and easy to read plans, while keeping the site design simple and clear.

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Joe Kresling

Joe Kresling

2 years ago

New Features Roundup – September 2015

Our current focus is on making EngagementHQ more aesthetic, as well even more intuitive and easy-to-use both for visitors and administrators alike. Take a look at some of the things we’ve been working on.

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