What does UX and content strategy bring to the ISD website redesign project Rigour in terms of objective analysis User focused approach Collaborative way of working Iterative prototyping A joined up methodology
Key activities Business requirements User requirements Content audit Surveys Site maps Competitor analysis Usability testing Focus groups Card sorting
Benefits that ISD is seeking from the project Reduce Service Desk calls Increase the ability for users to self serve Raise the profile of ISD Encourage more of UCL to use ISD services and applications Increase customer satisfaction
Discovery so far - usage The ISD site is the third most hit site within UCL Most users visit the site for: Access to email Password resetting Getting online (esp. wireless access) Software Service desk
Discovery so far - issues The navigation is unintuitive and broken There is too much use of jargon There is a lot of out of date content We are completely failing on web accessibility We have major search problems
Discovery so far – what users want Better navigation and usability What is ISD? Accessing / licensing software Better, clearer, up-to-date practical guidance Support for non Windows OS, esp Mac and Linux Remote access, esp VPN Staff names and contacts within ISD
Sharing the experience gained Report on content strategy and user experience process Sharing of survey results Web governance group to be established Ongoing evaluation post launch Progress and lessons learned on our blog: blogs.ucl.ac.uk/isd-comms/
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