Planning Website Content

Programme Diary

Posted 12th March.

The Coronavirus has started to impact our programme, but we are thankful to have a digital focus. One of our volunteers joined via video call after being medically advised to shield.

At BuDS we want to give everyone an opportunity no matter the circumstances.  BuDS is almost entirely run by disabled people, and as individuals we have had to adapt countless times. We are used to doing things differently.

Our focus on providing people with full access and training on Microsoft Teams, has been unexpectedly important.  MS-Teams is already used by 500,000 companies globally. It now seems inevitable that MS-Teams will see a rapid growth in business users - a very valuable skill to learn.

Today we mapped out the many questions we have had as jobseekers. In particular we explored questions which had never been answered by other organisations. Our goal is to make it easy for people to get the right information at the right time via our new website.

Together we conceptualised there are 6 core categories, which will inform the information architecture of our website. These are, “Starting Out”, “Finding Work Experience”, “Finding Suitable Jobs”, “Applying For Jobs”, “Succeeding In An Interview”, “Staying In Work”.

We have brainstormed a list of important questions within each of these categories. We will start to answer these questions together in the coming weeks.

BuDS Design Board

By uploading these questions to a task board we can assign the topic to individuals, attach key research files, and keep helpful comments together.  This should help us to stay organised and work collaboratively.

Jobseeker Questions
Jobseeker Questions

Recent Posts

Custom Volunteer Roles

By Michael Broadley | September 21, 2020
Customisable

If you are looking for an opportunity to utilise your ability, to demonstrate employable skills and help others; then we may be able to create a custom volunteer role for you.

Read More

Inclusive Agile – “The New Normal”

By Michael Broadley | September 10, 2020
Inclusive Agile Logo

Using Agile to deliver a more adaptable and successful organisation, while simultaneously benefiting from the invisible talent pool of 11 million+ individuals who require flexible working.

Read More
BuDS Affiliations