This Sprint Review focused on prioritizing CALS remaining stories, completing left navigation functionality and developing the RFA form-to-form navigation concept and pre-submission workflow processes. This will allow CWS-NS to streamline the online forms, speed up the application process and reduce workload for the approval service.
The team also conducted extensive research on various navigation schemes from other analogous systems to gain a detailed understanding of how users might want to navigate the new system. They used this information to develop the overall navigation concept and model. The CALS team also presented a product demonstration for conducting a facility search using a new API.
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The Case Management Digital Services (CMDS) team recently facilitated a 2-day research and design workshop that included knowledge sharing and brainstorming exercises with the core counties.
During the workshop the CM team presented and validated their initial research on the business flows of emergency placement and family finding efforts.With the design teams, the counties brainstormed and sketched out activities for potential New System design, and captured items requiring further investigation – an example of how users are driving the development of the New System. Please click here to view the design concept video the CM team created based on county input.
Next steps for CMDS include continued development of the conceptual design, documenting the data fields in legacy for placements, and building reusable common components based on DesignOps guidelines. As Case Management design and development efforts continue, core county feedback will be solicited and used to help improve conceptual designs as they evolve