A new portal offers Maryland residents responsive design, nearly 200 online services and integrated social media intended to maximize citizen engagement. The site’s design is responsive, meaning it will detect the device being used to access it, and adjust the way content displays accordingly. Responsive design, gaining ground in the Web design industry, keeps smartphone […]
The Washington Post By Rosalind S. Helderman January 30, 2009 In the Maryland State House, the nation’s oldest continuously operating legislative building, there are a lot of rooms whose use has changed over time. One ornate space just inside the door that is now devoted to a museum was once the Senate chamber, where George […]
Baltimore ranks first again, as confirmed by Governing Magazine’s May 2002 issue. Governing Magazine, May 2002
According to Yahoo! Internet Life’s “Best and Worst” issue, released in May, 2002.
The Baltimore Sun April 05, 2000 LET’S HEAR IT for Frank Perrelli. With just $150 for an extra piece of software, the planning department graphic designer has created a breakthrough Web site for Baltimore city government. Unlike the City Council’s much-ballyhooed $150,000 Web site (which is still a bust), the Perrelli version — baltimorecity.gov — actually […]