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Marie L. Aug 21
Searching a mercenary unicorn🦄 ? I'm on the lookout for my next gig where I can do all the awesome UX things, combine tech & design, get shit done and feed cake to my team 🍰. Amsterdam or Remote
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Martin Jordan 🌈🌍⌛️ Aug 20
Earlier this month, I finally published my thesis on ‘Creating through ’ on my work w/ & A huge THANK YOU to Anne Äyväri, , & for helping me get through the writing phase
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beckymiller33 Aug 21
Over the last couple of months I've been reflecting on what it means to be a designer in the civil service during the , would love to know what others are thinking and are doing...
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Victor Kannan 13h
“They also serve who stand and wait” Oft-quoted statement by Master . This defines an of a very high order.
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Kristina Kelly 15h
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InteractionDesignOrg Aug 17
How to Put your UX Skills to Work in Service Design?
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Joel Ba i l  e    y 11h
Replying to @joelbaileyuk
In we have no equivalent of a Head Gardener, but as we move from the constant new-ness of service design projects, towards the goal of growth and continuous design, I think the role model of a Head Gardener is a good one
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FutureGov Aug 20
Time is running out. Applications for our programme close in a few days. Are you looking to gain experience in public sector change?
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Stuart Rawlinson Aug 15
Thanks for your time today, talking all things . Looking forward to working together!
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Leeds GovJam Aug 19
What happens at GovJam? Here's an overview of the type of activity that goes on. Like it? Get your tickets booked. Still not sure? Keep following for future blogs about :)
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Joshua Karstens Aug 20
Contrary to popular belief, digital transformations should start with the customer, not the technology. Learn how manufacturing, energy, and utilities companies can transform in our latest whitepaper
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Aleksandra Anikina 10h
"The only way that our colleagues may come to understand the value of design: by doing a concrete design project in relation to their work and their area of expertise."
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Martin Jordan 🌈🌍⌛️ 10h
Our ‘Service Design in Practice’ training doesn’t include many mapping exercises, but – among other things – it covers: • Inclusivity of services • Power and privilege • Mindfulness, wellbeing and self-care • Pitfalls of • Collective behavioural agreement
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Service Design Network 13h
: Designing an approach to service prioritisation - (Source: Ben Holliday)
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Kathryn Grace 22h
Replying to @LNER
Pulling into Leeds at an unearthly hour... but it was SO worth it! Thanks
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Jenni Parker Aug 21
Awesome talk highlighting the intersection of policy & in the justice system, with examples spanning legal aid, youth justice & prison canteen services - by from
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Service Lab London Aug 21
Replying to @VasChari
Permission is everything. We’re meant to be opening the doors for policy makers to do things. We want to create permission for them to go and learn .
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Martin Jordan 🌈🌍⌛️ Aug 21
After Shoreham-by-Sea & Leeds, the new ‘ in Practice’ training arrived in London today. On day 1, participants did ’s marshmallow challenge, ’s octopus clustering, prototyped a fictional climate policy & presented it to ‘minister’
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Valtech Public Sector Aug 21
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Mofiti Creations Aug 20
UX vs Service Design: What’s The Difference?
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