Government Website Design and Accessibility – The NSW Crime Commission by Bapple Agency Sydney
We were engaged to modernise the look and improve the accessibility of the NSW Crime Commission website, effectively setting a new standard for government website design. Using a combination of government website design standards, User Experience (UX), WCAG AA accessibility rules and thorough user testing we created a website that serves as a comprehensive nexus to access a raft of information and services. Along with the website, we set new standards for the design of printed documents such as annual reports, digital style guides and org charts.
Improved key metrics
20% Bounce rate decrease — 30% Organic google traffic increase — 4 second load speed increase.
Great Government Website Design Consists of:
A communicative and friendly team that understands government website requirements
Leading edge WCAG AA accessibility standards
Specialised government web designers
Data driven design
Brand and Digital style guide design
SEO optimised written content
Thorough UX user experience design
Website training and ongoing support
A well researched, copy written, on-brand, UX focussed, accessible, SEO optimised and industry leading government website! All website development on a secure platform with high speed code optimisations to boot, not just a pretty facade. Our websites truly are work horses that just keep going! When it comes to government website design, your success is our success! Get a quote. →
User friendly admin
This approach also applies to the site’s management; sleek modules, thorough training and clear documentation means that it doesn’t require a specialist to maintain and update the website, ensuring a long return on investment.
On top of this, we brought the security, accessibility and back end in line with the standards expected of a critical government web service.
See the site here: https://www.crimecommission.nsw.gov.au/
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