|Organisation||London Borough of Hackney|
|Collaboration Level||Share Ideas|
|Key Contact||Susan McFarland-Lyons|
|Phase start||01 April 2019|
|Phase Estimated end||10 May 2019|
This project is about re-engineering Hackney content so that, in the long run, we can deliver it to different platforms.
The final [hopefully] iteration of the homepage and a trip to MOSCOW to get that backlog prioritised ready for The Great Switch Off on 30 September. Read in full on the HackIT blog.
Thanks to those who came to our show and tell today. Here are the slides for your perusal, covering research and design of the homepage, navigation, Hotjar feedback and accessibility.
All about the navigation this week, and testing homepage with real people. Read more here.
Working out what we need to do to finish the project and thinking about how we can add value to the wider community by developing a Wordpress theme. Read it here, folks!
We've finished the content migration and are now ramping up the homepage and navigation order. Read more on the HackIT blog.
Have a read of what we got up to this week on the Re-Engineering Hackney Content project.
We're live with a chunk of the site and are receiving feedback. Read more here.
We made a tech pivot this week and moved our content to Wordpress API, started looking at metrics and how we will measure success and began design on the navigation in earnest. Read more on the HackIT blog.
We Showed and Told this week, demo-ing our final mobile screens and putting out our proposed schedule for the phased rollout of services. Read all about it.
If any local authority out there has recently organised its website content, we'd love to hear from you.
This week, we discussed breadcrumbs and visited the GDS empathy lab to see how we can make the new site accessible to all. Read more here.
We're gearing up for user testing this week with mobile and desktop prototypes in Invision; and continuing to gather stakeholders for the project. See here for more.
We welcomed a UX/UI member to the team this week and are planning a hackathon so we can learn by doing how we get content from A to B. Read more here.