Presentation on theme: "Making our services easier to use. What we have done so far What to do in the future What do you think?"— Presentation transcript:
Making our services easier to use. What we have done so far What to do in the future What do you think?
Our Home Page (the first page you see) has lots of ways to help you find your way around all this information.
What sort of things can you do on our website? How can sitting at home looking at a computer help you?
You can also pay for some services safely on your computer. You will need a credit card and ALWAYS make sure it is a safe site.
We try to tell people what we have done and to show why accessibility is important. To us and to everyone.
What to do in the future? Make our information easier to understand – for everyone. Have more services available through the website. Ask people what they want from the Council
You may apply for entry in the postal voters list if you are likely to be unable to go in person on polling day at an election or referendum to vote at your polling station because of the circumstances of your detention in prison pursuant to an order of the court (Bad Example)
If you cant vote because you are in prison, you can vote by post. Fill in the form RFG1 please Better Example.
It is a network of groups and organisations, which aims to build linkages, consult and be consulted on topics relating to the social, economic and cultural development of County Waterford. Too much jargon
Where groups can meet together to help each other. To have a voice when the Council plans services. To have a say in where money should be spent to help County Waterford improve. To help the people living here, for people wanting to spend money here and for people making art, music and dance. Rewritten using less jargon
Make more services available on the website Litter Fines Bin Tags Compost Bins Application fee for Planning
What do you think? What would you like to be able to do on our website? Does the website help you? Can you understand what the Council is trying to say? Email us at email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org