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
Using a product approach during the AI Hackathon one team looked at how using AI, could be a possibility to simplify website content for users.
At our recent hack day our Service Design colleagues explored how AI tools might help them spend less time on low-value activities and create more value and impact in their design work.
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.
Jessica Kiss and Thomas Oehrling take us through how organising a multidisciplinary Design Sprint to address a decade old problem gave agency to all users involved.
The new SEND Local Offer online service was launched in December 2022. We’ve been working in the background to prepare the SEND team for the handover of the site, and to ensure they have the right knowledge and support to iterate and improve as things change.
We hear from Dani Spinage and Hannah Chan, about their work on the Essex.gov report a concern about a child journey and how they combined their two specialties to find a solution.
Keelan explorers how some coding abilities might be useful even if you don't code every day and why coding isn't just for developers on a team.
Sharing how digital accessibility is for everyone, Phil Henderson navigates us through why we should all digital interactions work for us all us.
Find out how 'Define' month came about within the Continuous Improvement community and the activities showcased throughout the month.