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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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Did you know that the HCPC counts involvement with your professional body as part of your Continuing Professional Development? So, by joining us at our workshops, you’re not only helping your profession but also building on your CPD. We’ve had some feedback from several members asking us to give more notice for future Workshops, so, going[…]

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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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We have commissioned a digital agency (www.wearefriday.com) to help us re-think our website. It isn’t as easy as it should be to find things on it, and it doesn’t support some services for members that should be digital (like joining and managing your membership, setting preferences, etc.). Journey mapping workshop This picture of the “target member[…]

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In the workshops, we put specific areas of the business under a microscope. As a team of stakeholders and subject matter experts, we collaboratively sketch out an ideal future vision of a user journey. The outcome is a shared picture of the target user experience. We ran a series of workshops with members, taking them[…]

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