As the restrictions on where we work are lifting, lots of us are reflecting on the ways we used to work and how we will work in the future.
There are around 10,000 local parish, town, community, and neighbourhood councils in England. These work hard to provide services that meet the needs of their residents and improve community well-being.
The Central Digital and Data Office (CDDO) issued an accessibility monitoring report detailing the work they have undertaken in 2021 testing public sector websites.
Waverley Borough Council approached Smarter Digital Services (SDS) to assist them with conducting user testing on their new website.
When Southern Building Control Partnership (SBCP) decided to build a new website, they took advantage of a variety of services offered by Smarter Digital Services, to create and build a website that would cater for their customers’ needs and allow them to self-serve on the new website more efficiently.
Kent Homechoice commissioned SDS to develop a new and updated version of the Kent Homechoice Homelessness Triage Tool.
SDS have been using a range of tools to assist Tunbridge Wells Borough Council with their website redesign project. Starting with a first click analysis, followed by a card sort analysis and finally a tree sort analysis. These tools helped us to identify users’ expectations of where they would expect to find content.
We are very pleased to announce the launch of the Tandridge District Council website on 3rd July after only 3 months in the making! In March, we were commissioned by Tandridge to assist in scoping out their new website redesign. The aim was to reduce the 1,000 content pages down to under 500 whilst giving the website a modern visual style that meets with today’s responsive web standards.