Bianca and Claire want to share with you the potential benefits and drawbacks of using AI images in a work setting that was discovered during the recent AI Hackathon
Our User Research team detail the specifics on organising and conducting a round of study whilst developing an accessible website with individuals who are blind or partially sighted. They'll discuss some of the lessons learnt, the findings and what they signify for our digital services, and the Blue Badge that was prioritised during the study.
Our regular blog readers may remember at the start of last year we shared our exciting plans to replace Essex County Council’s (ECC) Intranet. We’re delighted to say we’re now advancing through our Beta Phase which will lead us ultimately …
Why designing for disability benefits everyone, Emma, Louise, Dani and Keelan explore what the answers could be.
Working with users from the get go Helen, Caroline and Hannah show us how they are collaborating in designing our intranet with accessibility at the forefront.
Ben Unsworth, Director of Service Transformation here at Essex County Council, dives into how we are tackling the iteration of the technology that powers our websites, starting with essex.gov.uk.
Find out how the Service Transformation delivered a successful team day online, during the Corona Virus pandemic
We asked our front-end developers, Jack and Martin, to decode accessibility and give us their top 5 accessibility fails and how to fix them.
Life is complicated and we all have different needs. Our LearnFest session looked at why it's so vital to tackle complexity and create beautifully simple services for all of our users.
The outdoors are for everyone and so is the Essex Outdoors website. Dan Newton tells us how he ventured into the unknown, creating an engaging, commercial website, with accessibility as its guiding light.