Here at Essex County Council (ECC) the platforms that we use are the cornerstone of information and function. The platforms enable our staff to do their jobs and for residents they become a vital source of relevant information to interact …
Our User Researchers spoke with colleagues at the charity Shelter about our user research panel: here is a summary of what they connected about.
There was a concern that Essex residents might not be self-isolating when they should. In this blog, the team outline how they used research and design on the front line in the fight against corona virus.
We’ve created a new framework to help teams explore some of the main aspects of hybrid working. It will help them to understand and articulate what’s important as our short-term working models evolve into our longer-term – and maybe even permanent – ways of working.
Narelle Ong talks candidly about the insights and reflections the user research team gained, if they had there time again working in a crisis.
How international agile training gave a unique perspective on the function of facilitator. Greg Holt explores how his role as delivery manager can benefit from this new found outlook.
We're going into 2021 feeling hopeful. We've got 2 new leads, a digital analyst and a front-end developer. So, meet Emma, Ert, Laura and Thomas.
When events speed up, it's vital users don't get left behind. User researcher, Narelle Ong, gives us her tips for delivering top notch research in a crisis.
Delivering something quickly, changing scope and adapting. Rich and Chanel tell us why true collaboration means sometimes it's good to get it wrong.
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.