A user-centred approach to project design

Enhance the effectiveness of your GIS apps and maps with user experience for GIS (UXG) services. Gain access to UX specialists who work with project teams to identify and understand user requirements and solve adoption and engagement issues.

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UXG Services - Book a consultation at Ozri 2019

Want advice on getting started with UXG Services? Our UXG consultants will be travelling to Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane for the Australian Esri User Conference and will be offering free consultations* by appointment.

Alternatively, you can contact the team to set up a phone consultation at another time.

Melbourne: 12 November Sydney: 15 November Brisbane: 20 November
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* During the 15-minute consultation, we’ll discuss your current design processes, identify any UX goals and/or barriers, and start planning potential steps to improve the adoption of your GIS applications.

Research extract: Government attitudes to UX design

How are Australian federal, state and territory governments incorporating UX into digital projects? View the preliminary results of industry research measuring public-sector awareness and adoption of user experience best practice.

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    UXG Report

    About this report

    The report into Australia Governments’ Attitudes to UX Design takes a behind-the-scenes look at the growing awareness within the public sector of UX design principles and the variances in maturity of applied UX across government agencies.

    The full report will also present state-by-state UX maturity scores, user case studies and the formula for successful UX design.

    To enquire about UX for GIS services, email a consultant or call 1300 635 196.

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