Demonstrating a positive impact across organisations Demonstrating a positive impact across organisations

Pioneering online children's foot measuring tool

Our experts from the School of Computing Sciences responded to a challenge set by Start-rite Shoes and developed a cutting edge way of measuring feet at home to allow children's shoes to be bought on line - developing a photographic fitting tool, which is available to use on the Start-rite website.
Read the full Start-rite Shoes case study.

Experts model buyer behaviour

Accessing the rich and varied influences on consumer behaviour with highly competitive markets can be very challenging. Our experts worked with Archant to analyse this behaviour.
Read the full buyer behaviour case study.

Health economics and engagement with the external health community

Representatives from the Health Economics Support Programme at the University Of East Anglia guided and facilitated a priority-setting workshop involving local decision-makers. The aim was to work collectively through an established priority-setting process (multi-criteria analysis approach) and to develop a framework for local decision-making that would be used to prioritise the strategic service developments.
Read the full health economics case study.

Bespoke language training

To equip the participants with the basic knowledge of French needed to deal more effectively with French native speakers as part of their work transactions.
Read the full bespoke language training case study.

Gender, caste and growth assessment in India

DFID commissioned the Overseas Development Group (ODG), the consulting arm of the University's School of Development Studies, together with a gender specialist and an economist from the University's School of Development Studies to lead a team collaborating with several India-based colleagues.
Read the full gender, caste and growth case study.

Say it Sign it: converting speech to deaf signs

Working with SYS Consulting Ltd, the consulting arm of the School of Computing Sciences at the University of East Anglia, and the RNID, IBM has developed an ingenious system called SiSi (Say It Sign It) that automatically converts the spoken word into British Sign Language (BSL) which is then signed by an animated digital character or avatar.
Read the full Say It Sign It case study.

Evaluating health development programmes in West Africa

UNIDEA – Unicredit Foundation is an Italian funding body linked to the Italian Unicredit Bank that supports development programmes in developing countries. The team worked on the evaluation of the UNIDEA programmes over a two year period, first designing and agreeing an evaluation methodology with the client and then carrying out the evaluation, analysing the results and presenting the reports and recommendations.
Read the full health development in West Africa case study.

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