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The City of Nedlands in Western Australia site is a great example of an informational project and what can happen when an entire organisation embraces the online engagement possibilities of EngagementHQ.
One of the strengths of EngagementHQ is the variety of tools available for use for online consultations. When we saw the City of Sydney using the Guestbook tool to ask people to make a pledge to their city, we had to highlight this very creative and unique way to engage a community.
When we saw the amazing results the Royal Women’s Hospital’s engagement team achieved recently, we had to take a closer look at how they did things. Not only did they have to design a project site in a very short timeframe but they were also able to achieve over 500 survey responses in just one day using EngagementHQ.
EngagementHQ’s built-in e-newsletter centre has been significantly upgraded and simplified. Apart from improving the overall look of all outgoing emails, we have consolidated the newsletter production stages from nine to four simple steps.
Bayside City Council is reaching out to two hard to reach segments of the community in their playground improvement project: parents and their 2 to 12-year-old kids. We take a look at how they used an innovative and playful approach to create resonance with this specific target audience.
Gladstone Regional Council are undertaking a project to gain community input about the reshaping and reimagining of the area’s Central Business District. Using EHQ’s engagement tools in very innovative ways, this is a project worth looking at. Read on as we take a closer look…
The Western Bay of Plenty District Council’s most recent online consultation is getting the community involved at an early stage of the development of a 30-year policy. The project site itself is also well designed, so let’s take a look at what works.
When the opportunity arose to speak with Joanne Cannon, Organisation Development Project Officer, at East Gippsland Shire Council about their new project site using EngagementHQ , we jumped at the chance!
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