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A website that Pattern pitched for and won last year for redevelopment has picked up the Supreme Website award at the Association of Local Government Information Management (ALGIM) Spring Conference yesterday.

The Supreme Website award was presented to Bay of Plenty Regional Council for best web and digital practice, and for receiving the top score in this year’s ALGIM annual web audit. The audit is conducted on local government websites in July and August each year, taking into account their usability, accessibility, functionality and online services.

“Last August, we worked with the Council to revamp the site to try to improve as many aspects of the site as possible with the sole goal of lifting it from #69 to within the top 10 of the ALGIM audit. We’re thrilled with the Supreme Website recognition, and will look to continue working with the Council to improve the customer experience,” says Rowan Schaaf, CEO, Pattern.

See the full list of awards presented at the 2019 ALGIM Spring Conference.

Read more about the Bay of Plenty Regional Council web redevelopment project, or our government web platform solution.

 

 

By Jo Lo
Jo Lo

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Jo Lo

Jo is a digital producer at Pattern. Jo has a background in communication, and has worked as a producer and editor for organisations such as Les Mills International, Tailor, Auckland Libraries and XtraMSN/Telecom. From 2007-2009, Jo was the web editor for Taste and Metro magazines.