Following on from our unique research during lockdown, user researchers, Jane Reid and Narelle Ong, talk us through how they're using evidence to redesign the future of work at Essex.
How do you design a workshop for a team that can't spare more than 90 minutes at a time? Bhupinder Mann reveals that a time limitation can help rather than hinder productivity.
We've undertaken a unique piece of research into remote working in response to the current situation. In the second of our posts, we reveal the findings and recommendations of this research.
Responding to unprecedented times, we've undertaken a unique discovery. Jane, Ruxi and Sabrina talk through taking digital remote working from theory into the real world.
In times of crisis, we don't always have time to design solutions. Bhupinder and Ryan explain how service and business design methodologies can create the space our colleagues need for collaboration and decision-making.
Discovery is all about finding out what you don't know. So what happens when you're a subject matter expert? User researcher, Julie, finds out how collaboration can help you find the right questions, before you start looking for answers.
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.
2020 is the year when Essex's online services must become fully accessible. For us, the journey's already begun. Find out how this affects all our websites, apps, forms and documents.
We're used to thinking about what users need, but could there be something else missing from our systems, designs and even working relationships? Bhupinder explains.
In our fourth service patterns installment, we look at prototyping our 'check something' pattern and start work on our service patterns library.