Tag: training

Accessibility workshops in Auckland

On 5 September, the Department of Internal Affairs will be holding 2 free workshops on web accessibility for content authors and developers in Auckland. These workshops are open to all, including central and local government employees, private sector vendors, and the general public. Continue reading Accessibility workshops in Auckland

Calling all web vendors: Web Accessibility Training

As part of our ongoing plans to engage more closely with vendors and help them improve their delivery of accessible web content, design, and development services to government, we are inviting staff from private sector IT companies, in particular those delivering web design and development services, to attend a free training session on web accessibility. Continue reading Calling all web vendors: Web Accessibility Training

Web analytics clinics — learning more about what you needed to learn

Interested in applying web analytics to get a better understanding of how users interact with your website is growing? In June this year, I ran a series of web analytics clinics to get a better understanding of what the challenges are for government agencies. I wanted to know to sorts of information they wanted to collect, and I wanted to learn more about the barriers they faced People from a wide range of agencies attended – 19 agencies in total. Continue reading Web analytics clinics — learning more about what you needed to learn

Web clinics: Google Analytics tips and tricks

I’m running 4 web analytics clinics during June. How is a clinic different to a normal training course? Well, you set the topics you want to learn about. There’s no set course of lessons. This is an opportunity to get some help and advice, learn some new techniques, take a peek at how other sites set up their reports, and you’ll meet some people from other agencies who have the same challenges and issues that you do. It’s 100% hands-on. Continue reading Web clinics: Google Analytics tips and tricks