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Y 2020: Designing a COVID-19 pandemic website for WHO and the world

With Gerry McGovern. There’s an old Japanese saying: “No shortcuts today. I’m in a hurry.”

Tid:  5. mai 2020, kl. 11.30–12.30

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Antall plasser:  500

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Every day, millions of people depend on WHO to find out vital information about the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). In order to better prioritize and organize this information, WHO have chosen to use the Top Tasks method. Not just that, WHO wanted the process to be highly collaborative. In developing the initial tasklist of user needs, there has been active involvement of health agencies from Ireland, Norway, Canada, UK, New Zealand and Belgium, as well as contributions from hundreds of experts from around the world. The plan is to create a pandemic template website architecture that will be comprehensive, easy to use, and that any country can use.

  • Learn about designing remotely and collaboratively, and how to define the task / user needs environment in a comprehensive and robust way.
  • Learn about designing with evidence, designing with people, not simply for them.

There’s an old Japanese saying: “No shortcuts today. I’m in a hurry.” The mantra for managing COVID-19 has been testing, testing, testing, research driven, evidence-based. Let’s get back to the basics—the nuts and bolts—of doing quality web design and development. It’s about knowing what truly matters to people and prioritizing the continuous improvement of those top tasks. This philosophy and approach works whether we are designing for a global pandemic or for a local municipality.



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Tid:  5. mai 2020, kl. 11.30–12.30

Sted:  

Antall plasser:  500

Gratis