Articles about 政府

ユーザーの共感を探す:平易な言葉によるモデル

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情報が官僚的(Bureaucratic)、難解な語が多い(Unfamiliar)、権利に関する内容が多い(Rights-Oriented)、または非常に重要(Critical)な場合、大きな問題や重要な決定に直面した場合、平易な言葉を使うことがユーザーエクスペリエンスにおいて大きな役割を果たす。 [続きを読む]

医療ポータルを使用可能にする:Healthcare.gov から得た教訓

政府のある重要な取り組みのためにウェブポータルを修正することになり、病院利用者に対するユーザビリティ・テストが実施された。その結果はカリフォルニア州のポータル、CoveredCAの改善に役立った。 [続きを読む]

(English) Redesigning Centrelink Forms: A Case Study of Government Forms

(English) Daunting as they are to develop, government forms with improved usability save money by reducing the need to contact customers, correct errors, and deal with bad data. [続きを読む]

(English) The ELMER Experience: A Standard for Government Forms

(English) There is a comprehensive set of principles and specifications for usability in internet forms called ELMER. [続きを読む]

(English) A Mandate for Usability: A Mexican manifesto on usability and accessibility for government websites

(English) Discussion of the signing of the “Manifesto on Usability and Accessibility for Mexican Government Websites” at the conclusion of the Usability and Accessibility for the Web International Seminar (UA Web 2007). [続きを読む]

(English) Resuscitating the User Experience: A Touchscreen Systemfor EMS and Fire Rescue Professionals

(English) When updating a touchscreen medical record program, a user-centered design process fixed a number of critical usability issues and resulted in a user experience and financial success. [続きを読む]

(English) New Faces for Local e-Government Sites

(English) The requirement of UK local councils to “carry out 100 percent of council services electronically” led to user-centered re-designs of the Salisbury and Aberdeenshire e-government websites. [続きを読む]

(English) A New Website Architecture for Salisbury District Council

(English) The UK’s requirement of local councils to “carry out 100 percent of council services electronically by the end of 2005” lead to updates to the first Salisbury District Council website. [続きを読む]

(English) Learning Lessons from Citizen Involvement at Aberdeenshire Council

(English) Aberdeenshire Council's website followed a user-centered design process, simplifying the journeys through a large site and providing easier online information and services. [続きを読む]

(English) In the Service of Citizens: Persuasion is Fine but Legislation is Quicker

(English) Difficult-to-use tools create user mistrust, which prevent new technologies from succeeding financially. Needs, habits, and characteristics of users must be considered for a product to be successful. [続きを読む]

(English) Encouraging Participatory Democracy: A Study of 30 Government Websites

(English) Websites of public authorities are barely taking advantage of the power of the participatory citizen. We studied the main sites of thirty public authorities and identified several innovative approaches. [続きを読む]

(English) The View from Here: E-Government Needs to Do More to Ensure Citizens’ Privacy

(English) As governments increasingly move to online channels, they must do so without compromising the privacy of citizens. [続きを読む]

(English) Citizen-Centric Computing (Issue 3.1)

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(English) Remote or in-person, solo or in teams, and designing a government portal. (Full text not available) [続きを読む]