We have just released the first version of a campaign page content type. This is a simple, one-page site that will be used for:
Digital information and services blog
Yukon.ca feedback indicates some people aren't finding what they expect in the search results. We appreciate your feedback and we're working to improve the accuracy and relevance of these results.
Our website users now have a central place to access information about government events.
We’ve just released a series of 63 new campground and recreation sites pages on Yukon.ca.
Our discovery work into our website users indicated this content is important to people who visit and live in Yukon.
All public-facing online services must go through eServices and the Executive Council Office (ECO). This is under the authority of the government’s “Governance of Digital Services” policy (GAM 1.20).
We are continuing to add improvements to Yukon.ca. One of our most requested new features is for campaign websites. Departments are looking for a way to build, run and manage this type of content.
It has been a few months since we launched our beta website, Yukon.ca. During this time we've been adding new pages to the site and preparing to migrate more content from gov.yk.ca to the new website.
This is a list of what we’ve been working over the past few months what we plan to do next.
The Government of Yukon has operated a website at gov.yk.ca since April 10, 1997. Now, just over 20 years later we’re rolling out a new and improved edition at Yukon.ca.
During the week of January 15 to 19, 2018 we met individually with 10 people outside of government to review a private beta version of the new Yukon.ca website.
The last time the Government of Yukon significantly updated its website was 2007, or about a decade ago.
This post outlines some of our strategic thinking and planning with regard to measuring Yukon.ca website performance.