In this post, Amy Everett, a senior user researcher from the Home Office policing team, shares how she and her team carried out contextual research to help deliver better digital design systems for fixed penalty notices.
We recently carried out research among our colleagues to understand how they felt about their day-to-day working experiences. Here's how we did it.
User support tickets can be a valuable source of information for researchers. Here's how we use them to shape what we do on our Government as a Platform products.
The challenges and discoveries user researchers Katie John and Leon Hubert experienced when recruiting people with disabilities for their latest work.
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.
Contextual research is about watching your users in the environment where they usually use your product. In this blog post, we talk about how we've used contextual observation to iterate and improve GOV.UK Notify.
We’ve worked with colleagues across government to create a set civil servant profiles. In this post we explain how we created the profiles and how they can help you provide better services within your organisation.
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.
GOV.UK have been using card sorting to understand the ways people think about content and how it should be organised. In this post they describe how they’ve refined their approach.
How a team at NHS Digital turned a research session no-show into an opportunity to learn.