There are lots of different ways of creating and using prototypes. Over the years i’ve used various different techniques and choosing the right one is often based on the two things; the audience who’s seeing it and the outcome i’m aiming for.
Having a GOV.UK exemption can be a really useful thing for an organisation to have. However, without the proper internal guidance and governance an exemption can lead to large inconsistencies not only in output, but in the actual creation of services too. The CCS Style Guide was an initiative to draw together the advice and guidance from three seperate departments within the organisation, as well as advice from GOV.UK Service Manual into a central, authoritative place.
Ongoing design work and support for a pioneering charity that empowers early-stage campaigners by supporting them to develop the skills, confidence, and resilience to run effective campaigns that challenge injustice.
Working with a central government organisation to design and launch its first website, to help it become more customer focussed and achieve its commercial goals.
Leading the audit on large array of digital products and helping the organisation be more focussed on accessibility through workshops for staff and improving the internal sourcing process.