Register and rank your city one ‘module’ at a time, as you complete one dimension of diversity. Each module completion triggers an email, showing you your results, compared to your initial appraisal, and compared to the population of results overall.
After completing all eight modules, you are presented with a chart showing your results on ten different dimensions?of diversity. The scoring that underpins the survey questions, and how your answers compare to overall results is compiled by the database of survey answers.
These informative charts are all generated on-the-fly by code purpose-built by our WordPress development team. We used dynamic SVG charts that recalculate and reformat for each individual result, and even respond to the device screen you are viewing on.
When asking questions to survey audiences, the prime challenge is to keep the audience engaged with the questions; data quality is of utmost importance to useful and complete sets of information to work with. The topic itself may not have been the most compelling on the face of it; but we worked with the teams involved to formulate an approach that made the visitor journey and user experience design rewarding.
We started with individual inclusiveness issues and broke them down into bite-sized chunks, providing just enough information to tease the next step. All too often, websites will break the ‘less is more’ rule in an attempt to stuff more information into a defined space.
Instead, the entire experience is geared to educating, while keeping the visitor fully engaged in their discovery process. Generating surprising insights about inclusiveness is key to creating realization, and recruiting people to a ’cause’, to become inclusivity advocates.
It was a pleasure to work together with all the teams at the Global Diversity Exchange, Ted Rogers School of Management, and Ryerson University.
If you feel your organisation could use a thoughtful approach to helping define your audience, identify the issues of ideal customers, and provide?them a distinctive experience? –? call us! We are happy to contribute to the discussion.