Duration: 14:00-15:15 UK time
Topics: digital service design, accessibility and inclusion, international development, technology
Software: Zoom (all you need is a charged laptop, tablet or mobile and internet connection to join the session)
Who is it for: This session will be particularly useful for staff involved in project design or the delivery of technology-enabled–projects, and anyone who has recently had to adapt their project or programme delivery during COVID-19 to a digital modality. DFID grantees will also benefit from this round table. The session is open to all individual and organisational members of the Alliance.
Why you should attend:
Are you designing new digital projects as a result of COVID-19? Are you confused by the term ‘user-centred design’ or by design thinking? Are you looking for a set of good practices to align yourself with, or to assess an existing initiative against to more fully understand your digital projects?
If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then sign up to our short lunchtime round table to discuss the Principles for Digital Development and hear about how they can inform your work.
Who can attend:
The workshop is free to attend for Alliance members.
Sign up to reserve your space for the round table by following the link below. Spaces are limited.
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