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Digital Housing Needs project sprint seven
We gained insights from our temporary accommodation residents, established the web content design process and started to scope out the rough sleepers service.
Sixth sprint for the Digital Housing Needs project
Sprint 6 is done and dusted and we made considerable progress while keeping our cool during the hottest sprint in living memory!
Digital Housing Needs project sprint five
We worked on planning the Rough Sleeper Pathway and wrote user needs and acceptance criteria for key housing web pages.
Digital Housing Needs project sprint four
This sprint, we focused on on quantitative and qualitative data for the web content alpha.
Third sprint for the Digital Housing Needs project
We had a busy sprint working on Theories of Change, user research planning and organising a workshop on temporary accommodation processes.
Second sprint for the Digital Housing Needs project
Read about us launching an online contact form, gathering user insights, running interviews and doing preparation work for further user research.
Redbridge Digital Housing Needs project has started
Find out more about Redbridge’s Digital Housing Needs programme and what we worked on in sprint 1.
Talking service patterns and low code at Public Sector Insight Week
Links to the presentation and prototypes from our talk at Public Sector Insight Week on the housing management project.
Redbridge housing management systems go beyond discovery
Through our discovery journey, we gained insight into our current user journey with the Northgate housing management system and identified various obstacles.
Local digital fund project to help Redbridge housing management systems
Redbridge can deliver a better user experience by introducing service patterns and low code platforms to housing management systems
Robot protects residents
The demand for landlord license applications had increased. Finding a solution was a priority and this is where automation came in.
Harnessing the digital revolution in planning
Would you say planning and building control professions are very traditional and therefore have been slow to embrace digital technology?
Coronavirus Information Hub recognised as best practise
Creating a strong presence on the council’s website was central to our response to the pandemic.
Creating a new IT Security Knowledge Hub
Our vision to deliver a one stop shop on IT security for staff and members.