Steph Marsh, former Head of User Research and Analysis at the Government Digital Service, left a few weeks ago to join the publisher Springer Nature. In this post, you will read Steph's reflections on what the community has achieved in the past 2 and a half years.
Steph Marsh - Head of User Research and Analysis, GDS
Steph Marsh is the lead user research for service design and standards at GDS.
In this blog TingTing Zhao and Steph Marsh and I talk about training we run at GDS to help wholes team be involved and own the research and insight we gain about users #UserResearch
In this post, Stephanie Marsh, Head of User Research and Analysis at GDS talks about learnings from a workshop that City University ran on designing and research with people with aphasia.
Steph Marsh, the Head of User Research and Analysis at GDS, travelled to Ottawa to visit the Canadian Digital Service. In this post Steph describes how the two organisations are learning from each other.
Our thinking about services has changed and evolved over the past couple of years, so we’ve been researching how people across government currently define what a service is.
We’re doing wide-ranging and collaborative user research to help the Service Standard move from looking at isolated transactions to whole, end-to-end services.
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User research in government
This blog showcases the projects user researchers are working on across government in the UK.
It's what we're learning and thinking about and a place for us to share case studies and project updates.
- Conducting remote research with people with access needs
- How we developed a simple user research library at Ofsted
- User Research and COVID-19: crowdsourcing tools and tips for remote research
- Building your user research career: Trialling a “workshop in a box”
- What I learned at GDS: it really is all about people