Built Environment Description: www.georgia.org

The State of GA logo displayed at the top left of the webpage. For my Digital Built Environment Description, I chose www.georgia.org. This is the website for the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD), that plans, manages and mobilizes state resources to attract business to the state of Georgia. The GDEcD also promotes the state as a tourist destination and a site for on-location filming. The top of the www.Georgia.org homepage When you first get to the homepage of the site, it doesn’t quite present like the website of a government agency. It has a slightly flashy, modern feel to it, with the main color scheme being composed of a grey patterned backdrop and white panels with text on them. In the top left corner, the website has a row of flags that change the website into the respective language of that country and redirect to a different page on the site regarding international trade with that country. This adds significantly to the functionality of the website as well as it’s legitimacy in it’s efforts to attract foreign business to the state. directly below this is a row of icons linking to different social media websites like Facebook and Twitter that allow you to follow the GDEcD. Moving on down the page, the next feature is a row of menus with drop down sub-menus that appear when you hover your mouse above them. The names of the menus (with subtitles in parentheses) are: Competitive Advantages (Incentives, Workforce & Lifestyle), Business Resources (Growth, Relocation & Innovation), Industries in Georgia (Key Sectors & Strengths), About Us (Contact & News) and next...
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