Placing the User at the Centre
Digital Birmingham are taking part in an EU funded Project Net-Eucen which is aiming to place the User at the centre of design and innovation. We are interested in hearing from people who have some knowledge of User Centric Innovation or Design from different backgrounds. Ideally from, academia, the public sector, private sector, volunteers who will assist us in shaping the future of a social issue or problem.
Digital Birmingham needs your assistance in shaping a service in a user centric way, by considering peoples issues and problems. Issues and problems in both the design of websites, the usability, functionality and assistive measures. If you are interested in taking part in a process which can shape the future of a service e.g. Disability, crime, worklessness, crime we would be interested in speaking to you. A good example of user centricity are the accessibility functions on
the ageconcern website.