While designing digital services is not a game of basketball, similar principles can apply: in multiplayer mode we’re more effective when people with different roles can work together towards one goal, in real time, in one place. Here’s how we did that using a tool called Figma.
Josh Ruihley, Service Owner, and Emily Kuret, Product Manager - COVID Alert
We’re sharing the main considerations we had while building the privacy-preserving exposure notification app, COVID Alert. In this post, we’ll talk about what’s needed at a basic level for an exposure notification service to work while getting the app into as many hands as possible.
This blog shares how service design is being applied to the COVID Alert app to make sure it works with different provincial and territorial healthcare authorities in order to meet their varying needs, and the needs of their patients.
Josh Ruihley, Emily Kuret, Stephen Yates, Courtney Claessens, and Sean Boots, CDS
Last month the Prime Minister announced the development of a nationwide exposure notification app, to help Canadians stay safe and reduce the spread of COVID-19. Since then, our product teams at CDS have been working quickly to build an accessible, reliable, secure, and user-friendly app for people …
A blog post about building the feedback component on “Find Financial Help During COVID-19” tool using Canada.ca template. It speaks to the type of feedback we’ve been receiving, and how we're handling private information that may come in.