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Transforming the RCSLT Website The Terminology and Taxonomy Panel were asked to look at the use of terminology and the classification and organisation of content on the new website. This has involved looking at the existing content under the ‘clinical resources’ section of the current website and thinking about how this links with standardised clinical[…]

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  Back in April 2017, the digital team began phase one of the content audit for rcslt.org. This was a site-wide operation that involved almost every RCSLT staff member in some capacity. Why audit? There are many reasons to audit the content of a website including (but not limited to): General housekeeping Improving the quality[…]

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A user journey is a map of each click and action a website user performs (or can perform) on a website. In other words, a user journey can show the path a user took (or will take) to get somewhere or do something on a website. Why map out user journeys? Mapping user journeys is[…]

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As you probably know by now, we are in the middle of a digital transformation that will help us improve the site and change the way in which we work. One of the more visible ways we’ll be improving the service is by updating our website, but we’re also making changes behind the scenes too.[…]

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We recently asked some of our members to participate in a card-sorting exercise to help us make sure the new website will be as easy to use as possible. The reason we chose card sorting over other methods such as a survey or one-to-one interviews is that it’s a quick and effective method of finding[…]

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