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Be A Green Designer Paul Thurston

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  • Using experiences to improve services Turing stories into service improvements, innovations 1: Introducing staff to design research 2: Directly involving those people in the service
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    • 1. How can emerging artists & designers get involved & make a difference? www.flickr.com/photos/scoobyfoo
    • 2. How can emerging artists & designers get involved & make a difference? www.flickr.com/photos/scoobyfoo
    • 3. How can emerging artists & designers get involved & make a difference? www.flickr.com/photos/scoobyfoo
    • 4. Design:
      • Understand
      • & Define
      Discover & Insight Prototype & Test Deliver & Implement The process End Product
    • 5. Why is design good for doing good?
    • 6. For the same reason it’s good for doing lots of other things…
      • design is able to take a broad viewpoint
      • design provides new methods of engaging customers
      • design is a flexible process
      • design can make complicated things simple
      • design delivers better outcomes
    • 7. But what can I do as a recent graduate? Well, there are 2 broad areas to think about: design doing & design thinking
    • 8. “ Where you innovate, how you innovate and what you innovate are all design problems” - Tim Brown, IDEO
    • 9. Using a design process to create products, services and experiences that are designed around the user Design doing is:
    • 10.
      • Helping other people think like
      • a designer
      Design thinking is:
    • 11. In 2010 designing for good tends to be more focused on the design thinking side of life.
    • 12. The Good Measure TM Design doing Design thinking Level of good (impact)
    • 13. Talk to other people like you
    • 14.  
    • 15.  
    • 16. A little bit about service design
    • 17. How do services involve users?
      • Co production
      • Shared responsibility for delivery
      • Co-design
      • Shared responsibility for the design of a service
      • User owned
      • Shared ownership of a service
    • 18.  
    • 19. Some areas to work in Connecting people to government Creativity in organisations Engaging people in design & art
    • 20.
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      Government Connecting people to government
    • 21.
      • Insert image of NHS Institute work process
      The NHS Creativity in organisations
    • 22.
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      Your Local Community Engaging people in design & art
    • 23. But, before you graduate…think about what you really want to do (if you don’t know then try it)
    • 24. Meet lots of people before you graduate and think of networking as a design challenge “ How might I…”
    • 25. Setting up on your own? Build case studies, not a portfolio
    • 26. Getting a job? Get the skills that industry requires
      • Workshop facilitation
      • Project management
      • Some maths
      • Writing (practice on a blog)
    • 27. Find the thing that you really believe in and follow it. @p_thurston | www.paulthurston.co.uk

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