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Presented at #govcampau on 10th September, 2011. For slide 3, I ran a short brainstorming session about what those users might want from Gov 2.0, particularly during particular life events. The three ...

Presented at #govcampau on 10th September, 2011. For slide 3, I ran a short brainstorming session about what those users might want from Gov 2.0, particularly during particular life events. The three examples highlight how our concept of Gov 2.0 should take into account what happens at the front line (the edge) of solving problems and helping people. A video recording of this presentation should be available later. Some of the images used in this presentation are published according to their individual Creative Commons license as noted in slide 3.

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    What Do Citizens Want? What Do Citizens Want? Presentation Transcript

    • What Do Citizens Want?#GovCampAu SMARTER, SIMPLER, SOCIAL
    • ARE YOU ASKING THERIGHT QUESTION?
    • SAMUEL electrical contractor; married father of 2 37 year old electrical contractor in Western Australia. He runs his small business with the help of three employees. He want to be more successful in meeting his business and lifestyle goals. While he likes being his own boss, Samuel admits that he isn’t really aware of how the Web could help his business. EVA unemployed; living with schizophrenia 21 years old. Lives in a housing commission flat in Sydney. She is socially withdrawn, but wants to return to employment. She doesn’t have access to a computer or internet at home, but can access it at drop in centre. If she had a job, she would get smartphone on a cheap plan. Anne home care worker; divorced 47 years old. Anne’s children are all grown up, but she enjoys using that life experience in her role as a home care worker in rural South Australia. Her job keeps her busy but because of her location she has little contact with the people she works with. She has an old PC at home, given to her by her kids.Photo Credits: Eva http://www.flickr.com/photos/55538343@N00/1671699914/ CC-BY-SA; Anne http://www.flickr.com/photos/40645538@N00/3975995554/ CC-BY;Samuel http://www.flickr.com/photos/55579020@N02/5546693019/ CC-BY SMARTER, SIMPLER, SOCIAL
    • LOOK TO & ENABLE THEEDGE
    • http://rrrlaw.com.au/
    • http://www.alifewewant.com/
    • http://patientopinion.co.uk/
    • Thanks! SMARTER, SIMPLER, SOCIAL 0414 233711 james.dellow@headshift.com @chieftech