Setting aside any opinions you may have about Amazon or the way communities are falling all over themselves chasing the opportunity to be the second headquarters for them, you have to admit that this whole RFP process has been interesting to watch—and likely historic, in nature. That’s why Portland startup Reflect is working to make the content generated by Amazon HQ2 effort more accessible.
[HTML2]I know. I know. You’ve been busy. I completely understand. But see, here’s the thing: you’re awesome at what you do. And Portland is lucky to have you. It seems only appropriate that the City of Portland takes advantage of your rockstar skills to improve its online presence.
In fact, I think they’ve been waiting for you. Because they’ve bumped back the their deadline until June 25 at 4:30 PM. So please, drop what you’re doing and go submit a response to the City of Portland RFP for Web Audit & Assessment Services. Read More
[HTML2]You may not know this, but the City of Portland’s Web site, PortlandOnline, was recently ranked as the second-best city Web site in the nation in terms of “Municipal E-Governance.” (PDF) Who beat them? Washington, DC.
There’s only one problem: Portland isn’t willing to settle for second place. They know they can do better. And they realize that they’re sitting on a hotbed of creative Web talent in this town that could help them vault to #1, no problem. So, to get there, they’re asking for your help. Read More