Tag: Service Design
At a recent awayday, I had the opportunity to share some thoughts on services, what that means for how our team does its work and how it might have wider impact.
It was a pleasure to be able to support the Service Design in Government conference once again; connecting the organisers with University of Edinburgh students keen to network and learn more about the discipline. It’s been a positive experience all round.
During the early part of December, we ran a series of events to engage with the student recruitment and website management communities. In this post I’ve pulled together slides, video and a write up of what I said.
I want us as a community to think differently about website management. Instead of thinking of the website as an entity in itself to be managed, we need to think of it as collections of features that influence users to behave in particular ways. In this post I’ll explain my thinking, which is driving the […]