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Rose
Social anthropologist and user researcher. Currently exploring digital services across the public sector. I also run
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Rose Nov 27
Replying to @fantasticlife
And in the meantime users need to be able to use stuff
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Rose Nov 27
Replying to @fantasticlife
Voter's determine the values, MPs determine the laws /rules, users (& tech) determine the implementation. That's at least 3 interpretations. When things go wrong voters as users need to be able to reverse engineer the rules to see if the values are being implemented..?
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Sym Roe Nov 26
Playing with Google Sheets and how they might play better with registers / 3rd party enumerations. Here add a name to local authority codes.
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Rose Nov 27
Replying to @symroe
I wonder if user researchers have been used by judges to advise on the usability of digital services? I guess there's some case history with product design and machinery?
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Sym Roe Nov 27
391 postal votes not sent in area with margin of 90, due to “failure by a member of staff to correctly operate the elections software”
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paul pod Nov 26
From Private Eye, but so so this
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Rose Nov 26
Replying to @rosebotanic
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Rose Nov 26
I'm sure there's a joke somewhere in following the breadcrumb to arrive at the parli hats and wigs page...
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Rose Nov 26
Continuing a great British tradition
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Rose Nov 26
I need you to write this novel please! Although I suspect it would be the clerk's who submitted the pull requests
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Rose Nov 26
"a number of areas of advice we're excluded from legal aid provision...on the basis that ... Info found online offers a sufficient replacement for access to traditional advice" (p133 pdf link)
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Rose Nov 26
Absolutely parliament needs both to ensure a balance of power over law between courts and govt
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Rose Nov 25
Found several (pdf link warning) :
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Rose Nov 25
Ha does stranger danger count? I know it's preventative by focusing on changing the behaviour of potential victims rather than perpetrators
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Rose Nov 25
I think I need to start with a PhD about how learning about what is legal in a political Vs 'neutral' context shapes understanding and interactions
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Rose Nov 25
Yes but it's about how we open it up to more of humanity right? Diversity of interpretation so that I know it's an opinion not the actual law
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Rose Nov 25
Yes, There must be a way of making law more understandable without the press or Google owning the public's interpretation. Back to testing models again
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Sym Roe Nov 25
Going to reuse this Tweet (you should get the book, it’s great)
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Rose Nov 25
Besides machine readable law would only encourage gov to write v.spcific laws and further reduce the power of courts
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Rose Nov 25
Yep. I'm not sure how a register would work when responsibility for making, maintaining and implementing law is split between parliament, the courts and government? It's not a list but a practice
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