Health and Human Services (HHS), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Office of Communication (OC), Contract Name: Web Content and Management Services.
Site and content management, Site Webmaster, Operations and Maintenance, Technical Support, site enhancements and design, SEO and 508 assessment and remediation.
To provide a user-friendly website experience with easily digestible, accessible, and engaging content.
SAMHSA’s work is guided by scientific research and evidence-based practices developed by this research. Providing a user friendly and accessible site that is continuously optimized and tuned to serve up relevant and engaging content to physicians, researchers, grantees, healthcare providers and treatment seekers positively contributes to the successful execution of SAMHSA’s mission: to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America’s communities.
Adobe Creative Cloud, Atlassian (Slack, Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket), Axure RP, Azure, Backstop JS, Behat, CommonLook, Data Studio, Drupal CMS, ForeSee, GitLab, Google Analytics, Integrity Pro, Invision, Jabber, Jenkins, JMeter, Multipass, Mural, Nagios Core, New Relic, Notion, PhpStorm, ScreamingFrog, Selenium IDE, ShutterStock, SiteImprove, Sketch, Solr, Splunk, SurveyMonkey, WinMerge, WinHTTrack, Zoom, Zeplin, and Loop 11.
SeKON routinely uses site analytics to aid in assessing usability and to evaluate impact of new site designs. SeKON uses Google Analytics and Data Studio to provide weekly and monthly high-level, dashboard-type data as well as an interpretation narrative of the results. As part of the narrative, actions are suggested to help improve metrics against site goals. With analytics analysis SeKON can identify poorly performing pages with techniques such as funnel visualization, where visitors came from (referrers), how long they stayed on the website and their geographical position. SeKON recently redesigned the SAMHSA Resource Library lookup page and integrated http://search.gov as the sites top level search engine. With the aid of the GA data, using before change and after change trend analysis the SeKON team was able to evaluate the impacts of these changes and to continually improve the SAMHSA site.