Healthy Waterways Strategy Report Card
Explore progress toward waterway management targets for the wetlands, estuaries and rivers of the Port Phillip and Westernport region
We worked collaboratively with Melbourne Water and our friends at Alluvium Consulting on an extensive user experience research and design phase, which culminated in our creation of a web-based home for the Healthy Waterways Strategy, including a dedicated Report Card for tracking the progress of the short-term targets (10-year performance objectives).
Users can access the short-term target data in a number of different ways. They can navigate to different spatial scales and waterway types, view snapshots of catchment scale results and using our progressive disclosure approach, drilldown to more detailed data, and more local contextual information.
Report views include snapshots of progress for all indicators across the region, snapshots of progress towards all catchment scale results by waterway type (rivers, wetlands and estuaries), detailed results at the two aforementioned scales and detailed results for each individual waterway (more than 1000 individual reports across 168 spatial units). Drilldown further still and users can access detailed case studies of management actions. In a separate area of the website users can access rich content on the key values and waterway conditions and how these, less frequently reported (five-yearly) indicators, are tracking towards the long-term targets.
If you want to know how Truii can create a data driven web reporting tool for you, please contact us.