CONTENT Design & STRATEGY | TRANSPORT FOR nsw
A platform for sharing and collecting ideas about the future transport of NSW
Future Transport is a living strategy - a new way of planning that will adapt to changing technologies and evolve as our communities grow. It will allow for the creation of new services and business models to suit to our diverse community’s changing needs.
To provide opportunities for everyone to contribute, Transport for NSW has developed a website, presenting information and a survey to collect ideas and community sentiments. To engage with community in new ways, we've created a series of stories, illustrations, animations, and calls to action to be published via the website and social media. This is the first phase of an ongoing community engagement strategy to encourage people to get involved in designing the future of transport in NSW for the next 40 years.
Role: Research, Content Design and Strategy, Social Strategy, and Community Engagement and Service Design support.
WEB APPLICATION | nsw dept of trade & investment
Easy access to information about exploration, mining, and production activities in New South Wales
The web app presents locations of applications and titles, as well as simple explanations of complex processes and other useful information about titles, companies, and the place of community in the decision making process for any potential activity.
Role: Producer, Service Design, Creative Direction, Content Production, Stakeholder Research and Management.
Collaborators: Small Multiples, Spatial Vision.
Ngo research | Nsw procurement
NGO Buyer Experience Research | NSW Department of Finance, Services and Innovation
NSW Procurement and procurement teams in many agencies provide help to connect people with government rates and are a source of useful information about goods, services and suppliers used by the NSW Government.
The aim of this research is to help the NSW Government better understand how community, social and human services purchase goods and services and make procurement decisions, so they can improve their services to meet their needs.
Service Design Recommendations | draft district plans | Greater Sydney COmmission
Research Recommendations | NSW Department of Planning and Environment
The Greater Sydney Commission (GSC) has been established to oversee and coordinate urban growth in Sydney. It is responsible for metropolitan planning. Six District Plans are being drafted for publication. The purpose of this first exhibition phase is to solicit formal submissions, gather feedback and comments from all stakeholder groups on the content of the plans. The final plans will be published in late 2017.
We were asked to focus on how the GSC could “digitise the draft plans” to meet the first release deadline and what was possible in a 12 week timeframe.