UX for Change: Joshua Nolan Foundation Service Design Challenge
13-11-2019, 09:19 - Views: 30876
On Monday 11th, we were privileged to sponsor the very successful and final UX for Change event focusing on problems faced by The Joshua Nolan Foundation with the collaboration of Service Design Network and @R/GA. The JNF offers funding for quality counselling sessions for those who may be at risk or have been affected by suicide, whilst also improving awareness of the issue and the support available.
UX for Change in conjunction with District4 – Talent Communities brought UX professionals together to tackle real challenges being faced by the Foundation. From engaging our selected group of trustees to widening the Foundation’s reach, we can’t thank the design specialists enough for bringing their creative interpretations, passion and enthusiasm to the evening.
It was an absolutely amazing night which touched on critical topics around mental health and the stigma attached to it. As well as how to gain traction to raise awareness and ensure a wider reach and how to improve the customer journey of someone who is receiving support through the foundation.
Thank you to everyone who took part, helping to make a difference. It's critical we look after one another