The decision to enter post secondary education can be a daunting. There are a many factors that influence an individual’s choice. The prospect of incurring a substantial financial liability to pay of tuition can be a major barrier. The Ontario Government wanted to help potential students with the decision to attend post secondary by making […]
Making it easier for people find information about healthcare in Ontario. Research We used analytics to identify the top content. Empathize Card sorting helped us understand the content categories that made sense for people. Validate We tested the iconography with people to make sure they associated it with the right content. A survey was used […]
My Director shared an interesting paper on public service innovation with me the other day. If you don’t already follow William Eggers on Twitter (@wdeggers), you should. He’s the Global Public Service Director at Deloitte and a leading thinker in the realm of Public Sector innovation. He’s co-authored a study called Public Sector, disrupted: How […]
This project merged the Diversity Office’s two intranet sites onto a single platform. The project required information architecture, template and theme design, front end coding, content strategy and data migration.
The theme for third OPS Diversity Annual Report was Toward Inclusion. The intent of the cover of the report was to convey that the work of creating an inclusive and diverse public service that considers the needs of all Ontarians has just begun.
The theme for the expo in 2010 was ‘Minds Matter’, and featured speakers and panels dealing with mental health in the workplace. The logo was designed to convey diversity, inclusion and accessibility. It was used throughout the conference on signage, PowerPoint presentations and on the promotional website.
The theme for the OPS Diversity booth at the 2010 IT Showcase Conference was ‘Be The Change’. This coincides with the them and artwork from the 2010 Diversity Office Progress Report.
The Weston Youth Innovation Award is an annual grant given to high school students for exceptional work in science and technology research. The bilingual site uses XHTML and CSS templates and a flash splash page.
Participants across Canada were given the opportunity to compare the darkness of the night sky before and during Earth Hour and record their findings on an interactive map of the country.
As part of the celebration of the Ontario Science Centre’s 40th Anniversary, they commissioned a full-scale revision and redesign of the site’s front end. New semantically rich XHTML and CSS templates were created.