One of the tools we developed was a ‘Step-by-Step’ guide about adult social care. This had tested really well, so we decided to place a link to it on the top of the landing page for Adult Social Care. But when we tested with users, they struggled to find it. Here's what we learned.
We used website analytics and other research to generate new navigation headings for the ECC website Homepage, and we needed to test how service users responded to these headings and whether they made website content easier to find. Here's what we found.
This week's show and tell was all about user research. Narelle Ong (formerly of Research and Citizen Insight) joined the team in July as lead user researcher: it's her job to help the team understand what the users need, and …
I’m Narelle Ong and I’m the User Researcher in the Service Design team. It’s my job to help the whole service design team to understand the needs of our users, ensure we have these at the heart of our work, and that everything we build is robustly tested with them. In this post I’ll tell you about developing a pool of testers to support the work of the team.