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Public Sector Design Community Meet Up- we’re hosting 16 April 2019

The Public Sector Design Community meet up comes once again to the University. We’re hosting the next event on Tuesday 16 April, 6 til 8pm, at Argyle House. This is for anyone with an interest in the field of designing public services.

Many colleagues across the University are designers and managers of services for students, for staff and for many other audiences that the University serves. But they don’t necessarily think of themselves as designers.

If this might be you, take a look at what we’ve written about previous events and think about giving up a little of your evening to meet with like-minded folk, to network and to learn a little.

Previous blog posts about the Public Sector Design Community

Side hustles – this meet-up’s theme

Tell us about the things you do (around work) to:

  • keep your hand in
  • exercise some creative muscle
  • keep yourself sane

It can be for free, freelance or a good cause. What recharges you or makes you passionate about your day job?

We want to hear about what you do in your own time, inspire others with your story and find some like minded chums

If you let us know in advance what it is, we can even provide visuals!

The event is free but you need to book a place.

Book a place via Eventbrite

Questions? Get in touch

If you’re a University of Edinburgh colleague and unsure whether this is for you, get in touch. I’m happy to answer any questions you have.

Neil Allison’s contact details

Hope to see you there!

Join the community

If you want to get the latest updates from the Public Sector Design Community, join their mailing list.

Sign up to the Public Sector Design mailing list

If you’re interested in similar meetups but can’t make it after work, get involved with our User Experience community. We host regular lunchtime talks and discussions.

University of Edinburgh UX community

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