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by Veronica Magan on August 26, 2022

A successful constituent communications strategy is not just about messaging out to your district, it’s also about listening to their concerns and opinions to inform your work. But this can …

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Topics:Web

by Stephanie Casassa on February 18, 2022

A congressional website is one of the best ways for a member of Congress to provide constituents with resources and information. Since your site offers many people their first impression …

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Topics:Web

by Thea Schmid on February 15, 2022

A congressional website should seamlessly integrate form and function, never sacrificing one for the other. Constituents won’t be able to easily interact with your website if it’s visually displeasing, nor …

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Topics:WebAccessibility

by Torsten Knabe on June 30, 2021

Websites (yes, even public sector websites) need a redesign every two or three years. Even if your website’s appearance and navigation structure isn’t cause for alarm, its accessibility features should …

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Topics:WebAccessibility

by Stephanie Casassa on March 04, 2021

When your office decides to design your new website with Fireside, you can trust our web project process. We’ll assemble a team with a project manager, web designer, and developer …

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Topics:Web

by Stephanie Casassa on February 18, 2021

Member-specific websites make up the vast majority of our web work, but they aren’t all we do. Issue-specific landing pages and projects for committees and caucuses are integral for clear …

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Topics:Web

by Stephanie Casassa on October 13, 2020

A congressional website’s primary purpose is to promote a free exchange of information between a representative and their constituents. The style, clarity, and efficiency of a website strongly affects the …

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Topics:Web

by Stephanie Casassa on August 13, 2020

A few months ago, Fireside completed a custom website project with Rep. Abigail Spanberger (VA-07). The project was a huge success, so we thought it would be helpful if we …

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Topics:Web

by Claudia Reed on October 04, 2019

When people want to contact their member of Congress, obtain assistance, or learn more about their representation in Washington, the member’s website is often the first place they go. If …

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Topics:Web

by Nick Consler on October 16, 2018

Myth 1: I can’t switch my constituent relationship management platform until the end of the year because I already signed an annual contract You are not locked into your contract …

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