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Anna Availa

Anna Availa is a digital communications advisor and her expertise is in an internal and external digital services. Anna consults with customers on project preparation and definition of requirements and supports the customers in digital concept design.

Case: UEF online service is made for its users

The University of Eastern Finland online service UEF.fi opened in spring 2020. The easy-to-use online service is designed especially for users coming from outside the university community.

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CASE: Lahti municipality’s website stands out

20.10.2020

The city of Lahti published their new website in September. A new website was needed as the support of the old SharePoint website was coming to its end, the Accessibility Directive called for changes, and Lahti was named the European Green Capital of 2021. 

The new Lahti.fi is aimed primarily for current residents, and therefore, the new website focuses on the services for Lahti citizens. The residents and customers of the municipality’s services are directed to identify the topics and content areas they are looking for on the website.

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Data review: Web content management systems in the Finnish public sector – analysis of over 500 websites

24.9.2020

We did a research on which web content management systems are used in Finnish public sector organizations. We went through over 532 publicly owned organizations’ websites, including all government administration, municipalities, and educational institutions.

WordPress is the most used web content management system in the public sector. 30 % of these organizations use WordPress, 14 % use Drupal and 11 % use Liferay. Overall, the public sector organizations are using 64 different content management technologies.

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