Save the Children (Redd Barna) is a member-run organization, and has been fighting for children’s rights since 1919. The organization is politically and religiously neutral, and works for long-term and sustainable change in 122 countries. In Norway, Save the Children is represented through volunteers, local groups or regional offices, and is pushing for all children to have their rights fulfilled.
With complementary expertise, we at Dekode and the communications agency Netlife chose to collaborate on the project. The latter delivered content strategy, and is using the “core model” – a practical tool for interdisciplinary content design, which helps define what kind of content the users most likely need.
When developing websites, we at Dekode use the Growth Driven Design method. In short, the method is based on getting a working website up and running as quickly as possible, and then using real and authentic user data to constantly improve the solution. User testing is an important part of the procedure, and was also used on the project with Save the Children.