Start with Users - How Public Sector Organizations Are Making an Impact with User Centered Design

Session Number: 6060
Track: Public Sector
Sub-Categorization: Select A Value
Session Type: Case Study
Tags: Accessibility, Digital transformation, PeopleSoft, Public Sector, Transformation, Usability, User Adoption, User Experience, UX
Primary Presenter: Karl Wierzbicki [Director of Marketing - InFlight]
Time: Mar 05, 2019 (02:30 PM - 03:00 PM)
Room: SWAN - Parrot

Session Length (Approved): Mini Session
Session Submission Type: Vendor
Knowledge level : Basic
Target Audience: All
Learning Objective 1: Learn how public sector organizations are combining user-centered design with lean and agile delivery methodologies to make digital services more convenient, intuitive, and easy to use.

Learning Objective 2: Understand where organizations are focusing their efforts, and seeing early successes.
Learning Objective 3: Develop a framework and process for managing innovation projects, while proactively identifying and mitigating project risks.

Prerequisites : None
Advance preparation: No Advance Preparation Required
Product: N/A
Version Presenting: N/A
Level of Customization: None or N/A
Level of Partner Integration: Shared Institution/Partner
Project Phase: Production
Project Go Live: N/A
Your Training in this Area: On the job.
Element(s) of Engagement: Case studies, Other. Please list below.
Other Element(s) of Engagement: Findings from UX audits
CPE Approved Session: No

Description:  Failed digital projects in the public sector are a favorite topic for headlines, which unfortunately overshadows many significant successes. Effective digital service transformations start with concentrated user research and design, and by putting the user at the center of the process. This session will include several examples and case studies of successful customer and employee service innovation using user-centered design, including the Ontario Digital Service, the City of Boston, and the University of California.