At Maynard, creating a high-quality user experience lies at the very heart of what we do. Across all of our projects, engaging directly with stakeholders and the end-user is a fundamental component of our design process. But what happens when the ‘luxury’ of face-to-face engagement is suddenly no longer a legitimate option?
Author: Kate Pleban
Is this the end of the humble push button?
The city as we know it, is changing. Amidst the global pandemic of COVID-19 our cities, our neighbourhoods and our people have had to adapt to a new way of being. Physical distancing restrictions have changed the way we communicate, connect, interact, move and function within both our public and private worlds.
The pursuit of ‘smart’ design
From an urban and transport development perspective, we all strive towards the Smart City vision; one which is intent on integrating digital information and communication technology into our everyday lives whether we’re actively aware of it or not.