SES Tasmania

The Tasmanian State Emergency Service (SES) wanted to redevelop their website with a clear strategic direction and integration of flood and storm emergency management.

That’s where we came in.

Client

Tasmanian Government

Date

November 2018

Our role

Design, Development, Project management

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The brief

SES required a new website with user-centred experience design to provide better support over periods of intense traffic during events where the SES are the necessary channel for up-to-the-minute, accurate emergency response information.

Our goals were to provide clear information and direction on severe weather emergencies in a way that all users could access and understand, and to reduce the number of non-emergency calls to the SES and Triple Zero.

The solution

We structured the content into 3 stages of emergency:

  1. Plan & prepare. Information on how to ready your family and property for a severe weather emergency.
  2. During an event. What — and what not — to do when a flood, storm, tsunami or landslide occurs.
  3. Recovery. When the emergency is passed, how do you go about cleaning up, repairing the damage and recovering any losses?

‘Emergency mode’ can be activated during a severe weather event. When enabled, the homepage is transformed to highlight key information such as road closures, evacuation centre locations and current warnings.

The emergency mode panel is also accessible throughout the site, ensuring critical information is readily available in times of emergency.

Up-to-the-minute, accurate emergency response information.

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