In this Sprint, we advanced in three main areas: content design, technical architecture and research & testing.
A reminder of the project's focus: this beta project is focused on enhancing existing and implementing a new technology at the RSA called Circle, to help improve how Fellows engage and contribute to the RSA work and collaborate with other Fellows.
Sprints 13 goals & highlights
The main goals for Sprint 13 were to:
- Focus on research, testing and engagement activities
- Plan work for the upcoming sprints and plan the shift to service roll out.
Highlights from Sprint 13 include:
- continuing with SSO work, supporting the combination of suppliers that is picked
- reviewing the identified Technical Architecture needs and considering what needs to and should be taken forward based on agreed priorities
- starting to review and provide input into the technical and accessibility testing plans for Netcel
- beginning to work on a DPIA document
- helping to plan out Technical Architect for SSO needs beyond September
Research & Testing
- preparing the prototype tor testing sessions tor MyRSA
- delivering testing sessions for MyRSA on the 6th & 8th September
- analysing and presenting findings from the testing sessions
- preparing for the follow up survey
- starting to plan upcoming research sessions
Our key high level priorities for the upcoming Sprint 14 are to:
- progress and complete the research and testing
- prepare the technical handover
- progress staff engagement priorities
We're planning to:
- manage invites and prep for Follow-up interviews and Focus group with Network Leads
- deliver upcoming testing/research sessions
- finalise the follow up survey
- plan the handover and look for a new Technical Architect to join the team
- deliver a Technical Architecture handover document
- hand over to the incoming Technical Architect
- update technical decision documents where appropriate
- support RSA with creating the moderation process by reviewing the whole process and supporting the preparation of templates.
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