City of Kingston Seeks Public Input on Redesigned Website

Published on: 2013/06/14 - in News

The City of Kingston wants your input on its redesigned website.

It’s been over a decade since the last redesign of the city’s website, and the most recent effort requiring two separate phases over the past year.

In Phase One, the City partnered with eSolutions Group to develop the design while also consulting with the ‘public and internal stakeholders’.

For the project’s second phase, Intelliware was hired by the City to provide assistance with the technical reshaping of the redesign. This step was especially involved as it required restructuring more than 4,500 pages of existing content.

“The redesign is complete, but the City wants to continue to improve the website to better serve all Kingstonians and visitors, whether they are at their desks or on the move,” said Susan Nicholson, Director of Corporate Affairs.

And now the Web Satisfaction survey is available online for the public to visit and give their opinion about the site’s usage, content, and visual appeal.

Submissions can be made up until 4:30 pm on Friday, June 28 at


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