Thursday 23rd June, 2016
11:15am to 12:00pm
The Office for National Statistics website was called “the world’s worst website” in a best-selling book, a “national embarrassment” in the Financial Times and was the subject of a Parliamentary hearing in to why it was bad. The talk will cover how taking a militantly user-centric approach allowed us to design, build and launch a new website that users love rather than one that “makes me want to cry“.
Interested in the open web, agile & DC comics - works for Defra & supports Mozilla, Wikipedia & Creative Commons.
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