Recommendation : 6. Enabling users to reduce their impacts
Does the user experience take into account possible changes to the service (adding / removing features) ?
Have future service evolution needs been identified and planned?
A digital service has a lifespan that it is important to extend as much as possible. Often there is a beta version, then other features will be added by and by. It is important to raise these questions from the design of the service with the various partners and customers in order to develop a flexible and adaptable service over time. This will limit the financial and environmental costs in the long term because the service will be scalable, thus extending its lifespan.
Continous imporvement is based on backlog w/ sust. IT imporvement explicitly tagged
Operational issues related to the project
Rule for assessing the level of compliance of the criterion
Formalisés = 100 ; prévus = 75 ; Identifiés = 50 ; Non = 0 / 100
6 other criteria related to the recommendation: Enabling users to reduce their impacts
Does the service's use make it possible to consider software or hardware configurations that have less impact on the environment ?
Are all the components of the interface the subject of special attention in terms of Sustainable IT impact, while respecting accessibility rules ?
Are solutions without a "graphical" interface forseen for certain functionalities, in order to offer alternatives to visual design in the interface ?
Is a Sustainable IT-oriented configuration space made available to the user, to limit the number of presentation elements as much as possible ?
Is the dematerialization of the service complete, and if the production of paper documents is essential, is it designed to limit its impact to the lowest possible ?
Is the user able to manage activation and use of third party solutions ?