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Plings users need bookmarking tools

One of the hardest things about designing rich applications for the Internet is discovering what end users really want, and how to deliver it. It’s essential to have some idea of what your customers are looking for if you want … Continue reading

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It was *this* good…

This has been one of the more straightforward ideas to come out of the User Centred Design workshops we have been running recently, whilst looking at the concept of “plingback” and positive activities. Idea: If people leaving a positive activity … Continue reading

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Case Study: Get Out There in County Durham

GetOutThere is the young person’s activity directory for the County Durham area. County Durham has been one of the authorities involved in the Empowering Young People Pilots (EYPP), a government backed funding scheme giving young people in care, or eligible … Continue reading

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