Services

Short Project – 15 days

Part 1 – Service Discovery

Start researching the needs of your service’s users, audit existing activities and find out what you should be measuring then explore technological or policy-related constraints.

Definition – Define KPI’s, success criteria, what good looks and feels like.

Part 2i – Service Prototype A

Build scenarios and solutions for your users needs. Then testing with a small group of users and other stakeholders and getting early feedback about the design of the service.

Part 2ii – Service Prototype B

Integrate feedback inline with Definition then adjust scenarios and solutions for your users needs. Then testing again with a more diverse group of users and stakeholders.


Mid Length Project – 16 to 39 days

Part 1 – Service Discovery

Start researching the needs of your service’s users, audit existing activities and find out what you should be measuring then explore technological or policy-related constraints.

Definition – Define KPI’s, success criteria, what good looks and feels like.

Part 2i – Service Prototype A

Build scenarios and solutions for your users needs. Then testing with a small group of users and other stakeholders and getting early feedback about the design of the service.

Part 2ii – Service Prototype B

Integrate feedback inline with Definition then adjust scenarios and solutions for your users needs. Then testing again with a more diverse group of users and stakeholders.

Part 3 – Service Release Beta

Public usage by small group of selected users and stakeholders.

Costing up to 56,000 GBP plus VAT


Long Length Project – 40 days +

Part 1 – Service Discovery

Start researching the needs of your service’s users, audit existing activities and find out what you should be measuring then explore technological or policy-related constraints.

Definition – Define KPI’s, success criteria, what good looks and feels like.

Part 2i – Service Prototype A

Build scenarios and solutions for your users needs. Then testing with a small group of users and other stakeholders and getting early feedback about the design of the service.

Part 2ii – Service Prototype B

Integrate feedback inline with Definition then adjust scenarios and solutions for your users needs. Then testing again with a more diverse group of users and stakeholders.

Part 3 – Service Release Beta

Public usage by small group of selected users and stakeholders.

Part 4 – Service Live Release

Public usage by target audience or all potential users.

Part 5 – Service Retirement

Even the best services may eventually reach retirement. That should be organised with the same care as went into the building and maintaining of that service. Legacy components will form the bases of the next version, in the new service catalogue or will be retired.

Please contact us to help create a Scope of Works.