Collective intelligence is the collaborative effort between a group of people who try to solve a problem, bringing the best of what people and technology can offer. In this post we explain what that looks like in practice.
It was Global Accessibility Awareness Day earlier this month. So we thought we’d share some useful links to do with accessibility. This post includes some useful links shared in our #accessibility Slack channel.
On my first Made Tech project after graduating from the User Research and Design Academy, I was getting stuck into all things accessibility at the Met Office.
What is it like to work with Made Tech? It’s a good question – and an understandable one, if you’re a potential client thinking of working with us.
Despite user-centred-design’s rise in popularity, stakeholders and clients can still struggle to understand the value of taking this type of approach.
We’re proud to be working with the Met Office helping to give people the weather information they need.
Last summer we worked with Dorset Council on a discovery to improve their Children and Families digital service and make a real difference in the community.
The value of user research is undeniable. It helps you understand your users, see what the problems are, and how you can fix them.
The public sector invests so much time and money in design and research, but only around 10% of it turns into real services. It’s time to get this number up, so let’s take action.
A discovery phase helps organisations prioritise what to do first when improving a public service. But not all projects make it past this stage. Here are 5 reasons projects don’t make it out of discovery, and how to make sure they do when they should.