DDaT Perspective

By Gov.uk

You can demonstrate an understanding of user-centered design, technology and data perspectives. You understand the range of available technology choices and can make informed decisions based on user need and value for money. You understand the variety and complexities of digital contexts and can design services to meet them. You have knowledge of the wider digital economy and advances in technology.

Level 1

You can demonstrate a basic understanding of design, technology and data principles. You understand the range of available technology choices. (Relevant skill level: awareness)

    Level 2

    You can demonstrate a working understanding of design, technology and data principles. You understand the variety and complexity of users’ digital needs and how the product will meet those needs. You know about assisted digital support and can explain why it’s important. You can design services and make decisions to meet users needs. (Relevant skill level: working)

      Level 3

      You can demonstrate an advanced understanding of design, technology and data principles. You know how to identify and implement solutions for assisted digital. You can apply knowledge to work with other job families. (Relevant skill level: practitioner)

        Level 4

        You know about the wider digital economy and advances in technology. You understand agile working at an organisational level. You can create the environment for success. You know how to initiate and support working with other digital, data and technology (DDaT) roles, job families and professions. (Relevant skill level: expert)

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