How do you go about exploring its potential and deciding if there is anything to it? Here’s our step-by-step guide using a real life example.
Joel Jamieson – Principal Delivery Lead at DiUS – reflects on his experience helping Black Dog Institute create a suicide prevention app…
You may have heard the somewhat alarming term ‘post-truth era’ in the headlines recently, and along with it the uprising of fake news. So, where did the truth go and what made it disappear? Is social media to blame? And what does this mean for us as Experience Designers?
DiUS announced four-time finalist in the ARN Innovation Awards for 2020.
This change in consumer behaviour provides a new opportunity for many businesses to re-imagine the customer experience (CX). So, how can businesses better prepare for the post-COVID and modern-day customer? We spoke with DiUS experts—Kirsty Miller, Sadia Mir, Tom Wall and DiUS Director and Co-Founder, Joe Losinno—on the future of CX in 2020, and beyond.
The concept of customer experience is not new. However, we’ve seen a renewed focus with many businesses forced to change the way they deliver products/services and meet the expectations of their customers. Organisations who have spent time evolving their customer experience…
Recently, I was given the opportunity to work on a really impactful mental health project for the BlackDog Institute to redesign a treatment program for people with suicidal thoughts. Navigating both the constraints placed by the current (remote working) environment…
Storytelling is all the rage right now, and with good reason. This old age form of communication creates trust, empathy and connection; helping create cut through in today’s busy world. It worked for cavemen, and it still works today.
DiUS announces general release of Powersensor – a self-installed IoT device delivering real-time generation and consumption energy data to consumers
Welcome to Startupbootcamp Selection Days – where 20 of the best global energy sector startups vie for the attention of experts, partners and advisors in the hope that they’re offered one of 11 positions in the 2018 Energy Australia Startupbootcamp (SBC) cohort.