Over the past few months, Blue Latitude has been working with Parkinson’s Movement, refining their digital strategy and helping them to increase and facilitate user engagement within the Parkinson’s Movement online community.
I love dot voting. Although telling people to stick dots on their favourite concepts may sound more like playschool than work, it’s a great way to reach group consensus at the end of a workshop. I use it all the time.
But sometimes dot voting just doesn’t work.
The current global economic climate presents a challenging environment for all industries right now, and healthcare is far from immune.
It’s an exciting time; mobile computing, networked devices and an ageing-but-digitally-literate population are creating huge demand for services to help you lead a healthier lifestyle.
Are you are trying to improve digital knowledge and build best practice in your organisation? Blue Latitude has developed nine digital briefing sessions, covering topics that our clients regularly need help with.
User research often throws up problems beyond the scope of designing websites and applications. Awkward things like corporate focus, content freshness, customer service relationships and database quality problems.
All affect the user’s experience, yet addressing the business processes responsible is rarely seen as part of user experience design. Which is a shame because failing to address business issues can undo all our design work.
Blue Latitude sponsored the 3rd Design Jam London last Saturday, in conjunction with Mozilla and City University London. The topic for the 3rd design jam was to “design a service that allows people to play, listen and contribute to the music in public spaces and situations.”
Blue Latitude, along with Mozilla Labs and City University London, are supporting the third London Design Jam taking place on Saturday, 2nd July 2011. Design Jams are one-day sessions (aimed at Interactive designers, UX researchers, information architects, web and graphic designers, developers and anyone with a passion for UX) where cross-functional teams solve engaging UX [...]