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CLF 4.0 Draft Guidelines

Listen   The Government Information Center is piloting a new Common Look and Feel (CLF) with the latest 4.0 version. We are working together with agency representatives and DTI to gather feedback on the draft guidelines. Version 4.0 is different than previous releases in that: Applications have their own treatment in CLF. Instead of releasing […]



GIC Current Projects

Listen   The Government Information Center (GIC) works as an internal consultant to Delaware State Agencies on modern web practices, and designs and maintains mobile responsive websites in a content management system (CMS). Below is a list of projects that are recently launched, underway, or slated to start with state agencies, boards and commissions, and […]



Steps State Agencies Can Take

Listen   Best Practice Example – DNREC Alpha: DNREC is using a truly innovate approach to redesigning a large and complex website – called the “Alpha” approach. “Alpha” involves creating an entirely new site from scratch, building it in public with public feedback, and retiring the current site over time. Compare the two sites: DNREC Current versus DNREC Alpha. […]



Common Look & Feel

Listen   State agency websites are governed by the Website Common Look & Feel Standard promulgated by the Delaware Department of Technology and Information (DTI). This standard ensures that all State of Delaware websites have some common elements and utilize best practices. For the latest Common Look and Feel (CLF 4.0), view the draft guidelines […]



Web Standards

Listen   The Delaware Department of Technology and Information (DTI) promulgates and enforces collection of policies and standards that govern information technology projects in Delaware’s state government. The GIC works closely with DTI to help state agencies meet these standard. Below is a list of the standards that apply to the GIC’s web-publishing activities. Website […]






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