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Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
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Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
Content Against Cancer - CSForum13 Helsinki
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- Using the core model to prioritize content in a responsive website …

- Using the core model to prioritize content in a responsive website
- How content governance is improved by a clear and defined core message
- How content is enhanced by working collaboratively and interdisciplinarily
- Amazing results!

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  • 1. Content against cancer A case study of The Norwegian Cancer Society online Ida Aalen @idaAa CSForum 2013
  • 2. Senior Interaction Designer at Netlife Research @idaAa Hi, my name is Ida Aalen
  • 3. Agenda • Using the core model to prioritize content in a responsive website • How content governance is improved by a clear and defined core message • How content is enhanced by working collaboratively and interdisciplinarily • Amazing results!
  • 4. So, who’s Netlife Research?
  • 5. Netlife Research is:
  • 6. @EirikHafver @ThordFoss @idaAa
  • 7. The Norwegian Cancer Society ...before.
  • 8. The challenge • 40-45 people was working decentralized, in silos and was writing overlapping content (with no links!) • The website was unprioritized and difficult to navigate • The content was not addressing the users’ key questions
  • 9. The process
  • 10. #1 Finding goals, KPIs and target audiences
  • 11. Their goals In general • Decreasing how many get cancer • Increasing how many survive cancer • Ensuring quality of life for cancer patients and their friends and family
  • 12. Their goals In general • Decreasing how many get cancer • Increasing how many survive cancer • Ensuring quality of life for cancer patients and their friends and family Online 1. Helping patients and their friends and family 2. Increasing knowledge about cancer and prevention 3. Increasing online self service 4. Improving our reputation and position
  • 13. Target audiences Primary 1. Patients 2. Friends and family 3. “The population” 4. Scientists Secondary • Professionals • Media • Government • Education • Sponsors
  • 14. #2 Identifying top user tasks
  • 15. Whoever screams highest will win?
  • 16. Tons of research • Focus groups with patients and next of kin • Surveys of The Cancer Society’s reputation • Analytics • Interviews with 10 stakeholders and 10 potential users • Top task survey
  • 17. Top task analysis aka Customer Carewords: If you’re visiting The Cancer Society’s website, which of these five tasks are the most important for you?
  • 18. 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1 6 11 16 21 26 31 36 41 46 51 56 61 66 71 76 Vote Tasks Some content is more important
  • 19. Tasks 382 Voters 765 Voters 1147 Voters 1530 Voters 1 Behandling av kreft (behandlingsformer, bivirkinger, risiko, prognoser osv) 6.4% 6.0% 6.0% 5.9% 2 Symptomer på kreft 3.9% 4.2% 4.2% 4.1% 3 Forebygge kreft - hva kan du gjøre? 3.9% 4.0% 3.6% 3.8% 4 Kreftformer (symptomer, prognoser, behandling) 2.8% 3.8% 3.8% 3.7% 5 Forskning (nyeste resultater) 2.2% 2.5% 3.2% 3.6% 6 Sykehusvalg for kreftbehandling (ventetider, best tilbud osv) 3.0% 2.9% 3.1% 3.1% 7 Pasienter - hvilke rettigheter har man? 3.0% 2.9% 2.9% 2.8% 8 Pårørende - hvordan takle det? (ta vare på seg selv, forholde seg til kreftrammet osv) 3.0% 2.7% 2.4% 2.5% 9 Ventetider (behandling, rekonstruksjon, rehabilitering) 2.4% 2.9% 2.6% 2.4% 10 Kosthold for å forebygge kreft 2.2% 2.0% 2.0% 2.2% 11 Undersøke seg selv - slik gjør man det 2.2% 2.4% 2.3% 2.2% 12 Spørre fagfolk om råd (e-post, telefon, chat osv) 2.4% 2.3% 2.0% 2.1% 13 Barn og unge med kreft 2.6% 2.6% 2.4% 2.1% 14 Mistanke om kreft 2.3% 2.3% 2.2% 2.0% 15 Masseundersøkelser/screening (mammografi, prostata, livmorhals osv) 2.0% 2.3% 2.0% 2.0% 16 Livet etter kreftbehandlingen (tilbake til jobb og hverdag) 1.8% 2.2% 1.9% 1.9% 17 Diagnoser (ulike kreftformer) 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 1.9% 18 Legebesøk - hva bør man tenke på og spørre om? 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 1.8% 19 NAV og sykehus - hjelp til å forstå regelverket 1.7% 1.9% 1.9% 1.8% 20 Kurs og grupper for kreftrammede og pårørende 1.0% 1.6% 1.6% 1.7% Top 25% 26-50% 51-75% Tasks 382 Voters 765 Voters 1147 Voters 1530 Voters 1 Behandling av kreft (behandlingsformer, bivirkinger, risiko, prognoser osv) 6.4% 6.0% 6.0% 5.9% 2 Symptomer på kreft 3.9% 4.2% 4.2% 4.1% 3 Forebygge kreft - hva kan du gjøre? 3.9% 4.0% 3.6% 3.8% 4 Kreftformer (symptomer, prognoser, behandling) 2.8% 3.8% 3.8% 3.7% 5 Forskning (nyeste resultater) 2.2% 2.5% 3.2% 3.6% 6 Sykehusvalg for kreftbehandling (ventetider, best tilbud osv) 3.0% 2.9% 3.1% 3.1% 7 Pasienter - hvilke rettigheter har man? 3.0% 2.9% 2.9% 2.8% 8 Pårørende - hvordan takle det? (ta vare på seg selv, forholde seg til kreftrammet osv) 3.0% 2.7% 2.4% 2.5% 9 Ventetider (behandling, rekonstruksjon, rehabilitering) 2.4% 2.9% 2.6% 2.4% 10 Kosthold for å forebygge kreft 2.2% 2.0% 2.0% 2.2% 11 Undersøke seg selv - slik gjør man det 2.2% 2.4% 2.3% 2.2% 12 Spørre fagfolk om råd (e-post, telefon, chat osv) 2.4% 2.3% 2.0% 2.1% 13 Barn og unge med kreft 2.6% 2.6% 2.4% 2.1% 14 Mistanke om kreft 2.3% 2.3% 2.2% 2.0% 15 Masseundersøkelser/screening (mammografi, prostata, livmorhals osv) 2.0% 2.3% 2.0% 2.0% 16 Livet etter kreftbehandlingen (tilbake til jobb og hverdag) 1.8% 2.2% 1.9% 1.9% 17 Diagnoser (ulike kreftformer) 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 1.9% 18 Legebesøk - hva bør man tenke på og spørre om? 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 1.8% 19 NAV og sykehus - hjelp til å forstå regelverket 1.7% 1.9% 1.9% 1.8% 20 Kurs og grupper for kreftrammede og pårørende 1.0% 1.6% 1.6% 1.7% Cancer treatment, symptoms, and prevention was most important
  • 20. Tasks Total Vote % of Total Vote 20775 Cumulative Vote 60 Gi gave til Kreftforeningen (engangsbeløp eller fast giver) 91 0.4% 96.8% 61 Frivillig innsats 75 0.4% 97.2% 62 Lokale kontorer til Kreftforeningen 71 0.3% 97.5% 63 Vardesenteret (åpningstider, kontaktinformasjon, tilbud) 69 0.3% 97.9% 64 Hjelpemidler (proteser, parykk osv) 63 0.3% 98.2% 65 Nettbutikk (Rosa sløyfe, Livestrong-bånd osv) 55 0.3% 98.5% 66 Ansatte i Kreftforeningen 53 0.3% 98.7% 67 Seksualitet og kreft 39 0.2% 98.9% 68 Ledige stillinger 35 0.2% 99.1% 69 Pressemeldinger 27 0.1% 99.2% 70 Donasjon i forbindelse med begravelse 26 0.1% 99.3% 71 Testament - hjelp til å skrive testamentet 24 0.1% 99.4% 72 Årsoppgave til selvangivelsen 22 0.1% 99.5% 73 Bedrift/næringsliv - hvordan støtte Kreftforeningen? 22 0.1% 99.6% 74 Årsberetningen til Kreftforeningen 16 0.1% 99.7% 75 Starte en innsamling 15 0.1% 99.8% 76 Endre/registrere opplysninger om giver/medlem (adresse, fødselsnummer, beløp osv) 14 0.1% 99.9% 77 Minnegave 13 0.1% 99.9% 78 Skattefradrag for gaver til Kreftforeningen 8 0.0% 100.0% 79 Testamentarisk gave (hvordan gi) 8 0.0% 100.0% 0.4% vote for “Donate” and “Volunteer”
  • 21. The challenge Users were only after content that supported goal 1 & 2: • Helping patients, their friends and family • Increasing knowledge about cancer and prevention But none of the user tasks supporting goal 3 & 4 came up on top: • Increased self service • Increasing donations and members
  • 22. #3 Developing the core message
  • 23. Going through user research and goals @WilhelmJA @ThordFoss @EirikHafver
  • 24. Sketching ideas for functionality and concept
  • 25. Feedback from the group
  • 26. Which ideas are connected? What should we take with us going next?
  • 27. Three different core messages #1 Togetherness A channel for compassion and sharing of experiences and feelings #2 The Encyclopedia Authorative, trustworthy and matter-of-factly #3 A human face Experiences and advice is individualized and personified
  • 28. #1 Togetherness In 2009, about 27 500 Norwegians was diagnosed with cancer. 2 out 3 will survive.
  • 29. 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 #2 The Encyclopedia Men Women More and more people survive leukemia
  • 30. #3 A human face I am one of the many who survived leukemia in 2009. This is how I felt
  • 31. Opplysningskontoret Anatomitegninger Leonardo da Vinci
  • 32. Hypothesis: The users ask Google and not all of the answers they get are trustworthy. What does the diagnosis entail? What are my chances? What did the doctor really say? How do I avoid getting the same disease as my mother? The answers exist, and behind all the statistics, doctor’s coats and bureaucracy there are human beings wanting to help.
  • 33. Answer: Knowledge kills fear. The Cancer Society’s website is a natural authority on the field. You get verified answers that are easy to understand. You can see who says what. It’s not a facless institution, but competent professionals with a name and a face.
  • 34. #4 Bringing goals, user tasks and the core message together
  • 35. Very few users visited the frontpage 2% 12% 11% 76% Search Referrals Direct traffic Campaigns
  • 36. Using the core model • Core pages are where your users solve their task - and you reach your objectives. • Good ways in and making sure there are no blind alleys, becomes more important than structure and hierarchy • The core is the same on all devices The core
  • 37. Working in pairs to identify ways in, core content and ways out @BeateSorum @Mona_Stensrud
  • 38. People from different parts of the organization were paired
  • 39. Helping patients, their family and friends Waiting for treatment Attend a course or group Talk to others in the same situation
  • 40. Prevention Increasing knowledge about cancer and prevention Cancer forms
  • 41. Give a donation Increasing donations and members Cancer research
  • 42. #5 Design https://kreftforeningen.no
  • 43. Modules TITTEL ACTION OM OSS TJENESTER BLOGG
  • 44. TITTEL 1 2 3
  • 45. Player 1: Wilhelm Lines: 4 Points: 2367
  • 46. Player 1: Wilhelm Lines: 4 Points: 2367
  • 47. The core Related Menu
  • 48. #6 Governance
  • 49. Web editor
  • 50. Web editor Cancer Research Prevention RightsFundraising
  • 51. Web editor Cancer Research Prevention RightsFundraising
  • 52. The editors • Overview of all content • Knows user tasks and goals • Working collaboratively and interdisciplinary • Editors know their field and know how to write • The departments no longer own the content - they’re sourcesThanks to a lot of lobbying by @EirikHafver
  • 53. – We have five questions that we use to find out whether new content should be added to the website or not. Marte Gråberg Webeditor of kreftforeningen.no
  • 54. 1. Who’s the target audience? 2. Does this content cover some need or task for this target audience? Which? 3. Does this content cover a strategic goal for The Cancer Society? Which? 4. Describe how you imagine this content will be found and used by the user 5. Why is the website the right channel for this content? 5 questions The Cancer Society ask about (new) content
  • 55. But what about campaigns?
  • 56. Results
  • 57. +20 %
  • 58. – More people than earlier contact the cancer line, but now they’re more informed when they contact us Anine Wiig Dagestad Web editor and cancer nurse
  • 59. 0 10 20 30 40 2010 2011 2012 2013 (so far) Source: Cancer society ...and October and November always gets most mentions
  • 60. – We’re seeing more press with basic “cut and paste” from our pages, especially on prevention Marte Gråberg / @MarteGraberg Webeditor of kreftforeningen.no
  • 61. – We’re spending more time going through our pages, watching the statistics and making sure the pages... Marte Gråberg / @MarteGraberg Webeditor of kreftforeningen.no
  • 62. ...answer the questions that are being raised by media. Marte Gråberg / @MarteGraberg Webeditor of kreftforeningen.no
  • 63. One time donations +70 %
  • 64. One time donations +70 % Donations total +73 %
  • 65. Monthly donations +88 % One time donations +70 % Donations total +73 %
  • 66. 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 2012 sep 2012 okt 2012 nov 2012 des 2013 jan 2013 feb 2013 mar 2013 apr 2013 mai 2013 jun 2013 jul 2013 aug 250 kr 500 kr
  • 67. 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 2012 sep 2012 okt 2012 nov 2012 des 2013 jan 2013 feb 2013 mar 2013 apr 2013 mai 2013 jun 2013 jul 2013 aug 250 kr 500 kr Default changed from 250 kr to 500 kr thanks to @BeateSorum
  • 68. – Before, people had responsibility for their area and worked solely with that. We’re working differently... Marte Gråberg / @MarteGraberg Webeditor of kreftforeningen.no
  • 69. ...with our content now than how we used to. We’re doing more work together. Marte Gråberg / @MarteGraberg Webeditor of kreftforeningen.no
  • 70. Questions? @idaAa or ida@netliferesearch.com @ThordFoss Graphic Designer @EirikHafver Content Strategist @WilhelmJA Frontend Developer @MarteGraberg Web Editor @SolheimSlind Web Master @BeateSorum Digital Fundraising
  • 71. Ida Aalen ida@netliferesearch.com +47 45 24 24 12 @idaAa Thank you!

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