Community Service Project Casestudy
Community serves and site observation. Review of social media content and community posts.
Interview of local leaders and constituents.
Community form events
Educational material for information and planning
Reach and report for local policy findings and improvements
Developed social media educational and website form awareness applications (apps) for use by community to enable users to communicate and plan when physically unable or willing to meet in person.
During the HCD community initiative, cooperative design, participatory design, and contextual design were established. Despite focusing on particular aspects of the design process, such as end-user participation at all stages of the process, all HCD approaches share the common principles listed above.
OFFERINGS AND INTERVENTIONS SHOULD TARGET THE RIGHT USER GROUPS AND PROPOSES
Building trust through a community of top minds: Gain deep experience and knowledge in earning trust across all constituencies and the community.
To achieve the best outcomes, it is imperative to gather information and research through discussions between peers and fellow leaders who are motivated by the right reasons.
Making a real-world impact: Hear, Create, and Deliver the tools and resources your community needs to address critical situations with a thoughtful, decisive and connected response.
Building a culture of trust: Communities can create the conditions necessary for trust to flourish by conducting strategy research and conducting end-user-centered research. Creating a framework for embedding a culture of trust across our organizations helps clarify our objectives, strengthen engagement with stakeholders, and strengthen our organizations.
Research methods and data sourcing considerations
Research driven and refined by user-centered evaluation.
The design addresses the whole user experience and strict privacy guidelines.