How to Plan, Build, and Get Approval for Mobile Applications

clock July 9, 2012 14:24
Last month, we released guidance on why, when, and how to build a widget. This month, we have posted a new page with guidance on how to build a mobile application. [More]


Updates for EERE's Web Application Standards

clock October 6, 2008 16:43
A lot goes into developing an application. In order to make that process as easy for possible for everyone who works on the EERE Web site, we've updated the Web Application Standards. Because applications are designed and developed in a very different way than most other things on EERE, this page walks you through the entire process from receiving the initial approval to ensuring that it meets EERE standards. [More]


Web Applications and Databases on EERE sites and also new EPA/Energy Star Logo

clock December 12, 2005 08:00
The EERE Communication Standards and Guidelines now offers guidance on creating Web applications. These types of applications use scripting, databases, or multimedia elements to bring interactivity, customization, and structure to a Web site. Before adding a Web application to a site, content owners and developers need to consider several factors including branding, navigation, and the final URL, as well as adhering to EERE and 508 standards. For more information, see the Web Applications and Databases page on the EERE Communications Standards and Guidelines Web site. Also, at the request of EPA, we have posted a new EnergyStar Logo on the Communication Standards Web site. This new image should be used in any reference to the Energy Star program as you update your print documents, exhibits, and Web pages. Thanks for your support of the EERE Web Standards project this year and Happy Holidays!


New EERE Web Site Databases for News, Events, and Contacts

clock March 10, 2004 08:00
The Office of Communications and Outreach now has three new databases available for you to use on your Web sites: News, Events, and Contacts. We will briefly discuss these at the March 17th meeting for EERE Web Site managers. However, we hope you will feel free to get started in using the databases by following the contact information at the end of this message. [More]