The matrix is this what you had in mind

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  • The matrix is this what you had in mind

    1. 1. Functionality of The Matrix Ade Adewunmi (@adewunmi) 16th April 201310/17/12 1 GDS
    2. 2. Content Slide number(s)Background 3 - 14The mock-ups 16 - 26The „ask‟ 27 - 3010/17/12 2 GDS
    3. 3. Back in September 2012, we started talking about developing, “a „matrix‟ of digital engagement tools”10/17/12 3 GDS
    4. 4. The aim was to help policy makers identify platforms and tools that could help them engage or consult more effectively.10/17/12 4 GDS
    5. 5. It was decided that the Matrix should be the showcasing tool.10/17/12 5 GDS
    6. 6. To add real value, it was thought that these tools should be presented in the context of the open policy making engagement or consultation exercises they were used in10/17/12 6 GDS
    7. 7. Several policy makers contributed case studies detailing how they used various digital tools to support their open policy making efforts10/17/12 7 GDS
    8. 8. Neatly filed under the „Case studies‟ tab10/17/12 8 GDS
    9. 9. And here‟s one up close…10/17/12 9 GDS
    10. 10. These case studies could be filtered by „goals‟.10/17/12 10 GDS
    11. 11. Remember the goals?- Generate ideas- Test new ideas- Create/design a document/service/project in collaboration with stakeholders- Draw on dispersed knowledge- Get detailed feedback- Address misconceptions & clarify objectives10/17/12 11 GDS
    12. 12. The case studies were essentiallyour „minimum viable product‟version of the Matrix.10/17/12 12 GDS
    13. 13. We monitored the site analytics,user feedback and re-visited theuser stories.10/17/12 13 GDS
    14. 14. We got a clearer sense of theadditional functionality was needed.10/17/12 14 GDS
    15. 15. So, is this the kind of thing youhad in mind?NB: Functionality-wise, not design!10/17/12 15 GDS
    16. 16. This page is supposed to illustrate the functionality to support two key user tasks (1) To filter existing case studiesThe front page of the Matrix… by (a) goals (b) product themes (c) other filters: Dept./Agency ,Tools, Digital skill level, Contributor, Policy stage(2) Contribute a case study or a tool/product bio10/17/12 16 GDS
    17. 17. Users should be able to:(1)filter existing case studies by:- goals;- product themes;- other filters: dept/agency, tools, digital skill level, contributor, policy stage(2) Contribute a:- new case study or- tool/product bio 10/17/12 17 GDS
    18. 18. If a user wanted to see all the casestudies that sought to “createsomething in collaboration withstakeholders”…10/17/12 18 GDS
    19. 19. Note that the radio button for “Create something in collaboration with stakeholders” has been selected10/17/12 19 GDS
    20. 20. She‟d get something such as this…10/17/12 20 GDS
    21. 21. Alternatively, drilling down using the tools filter…10/17/12 21 GDS
    22. 22. This page is supposed to illustrate the functionality to support two key user tasks (1)Filtering by „Tool Name‟… To filter existing case studies by (a) goals (b) product themes (c) other filters: Dept./Agency ,Tools, Digital skill level, Contributor, Policy stage(2) Contribute a case study or a tool/product bio10/17/12 22 GDS
    23. 23. Might yield something such as this… This page is supposed to illustrate the functionality to support two key user tasks (1) To filter existing case studies by (a) goals (b) product themes (c) other filters: Dept./Agency ,Tools, Digital skill level, Contributor, Policy stage(2) Contribute a case study or a tool/product bio10/17/12 23 GDS
    24. 24. It would also be possible to see moredetailed info. about a particular tool… This page is supposed to illustrate the functionality on a ‘tool bio.’ page which shows the user (1) the main tool/ product features (2) the key themes associated with the tool(3) case studies (within the site) that describe how the tool has been used and examples from elsewhere (4) Some information about the vendor. It also allows users to: (1) Comment on the tool (2) Submit a „tool bio.‟ for another tool10/17/12 24 GDS
    25. 25. It would also be possible to see thedetails of a case study This page illustrates the functionality that will enable users to (1) view the details of a case study (2) identify the policy maker who contributed it as well as the other things they‟ve contributed (3) leave a comment or question related to the case study (4) contribute a case study10/17/12 25 GDS
    26. 26. WHAT WE NEED FROM YOU10/17/12 26 GDS
    27. 27. Please comment on the functionality of theMatrix illustrated in this presentation You might want to consider if: - the content filters are appropriate or whether there are glaring omissions? - the „tool bio.‟ page (see slide 24) covers the kinds of things you‟d want to know? - the case study page incorporates the relevant information? - There‟s anything missing? 10/17/12 27 GDS
    28. 28. Your thoughts and ideas on the thingsthat haven‟t been covered such as:- The functionality of the forms for contributing case studies and tool bios haven‟t been shown- The rules for commenting on or rating the case studies and tools. How do we ensure truthful but fair assessments?10/17/12 28 GDS
    29. 29. In other words, we‟ve been talkingabout the Matrix for a while now. Isthis what you had in mind?10/17/12 29 GDS
    30. 30. Thank you.10/17/12 30 GDS

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