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SDGC14 DAY ONE - 5. What Can Design Bring to Government? by Andrea Siodmok

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Andrea Siodmok from UK Policy Lab

The UK’s Policy Lab was launched at the beginning of April 2014. Policy Lab is a creative space where civil servants can experiment with new techniques and approaches to policy problems from data science to design. Its existence is born of a recognition that government needs to get better at policy-making; open it up, make it quicker, more digital and more connected with the people who are affected by it.

In this session Andrea shared their projects and revealed how they are working with design ethnographers, data scientists and other experts to develop new ideas in Government.

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SDGC14 DAY ONE - 5. What Can Design Bring to Government? by Andrea Siodmok

  1. 1. SERVICE DESIGN GLOBAL CONFERENCE October 2014 | Stockholm what can design bring to government? Andrea Siodmok
  2. 2. What can design bring to government? Creating value for quality of life
  3. 3. Policy Lab UK Read more openpolicy.blog.gov.uk Or follow us on twitter @PolicyLabUK
  4. 4. Creating value for quality of life
  5. 5. Creating value for quality of life
  6. 6. Design = Purposeful Creativity
  7. 7. Design for Policy
  8. 8. Design for Policy bring to government? 224 policies Foreign Policy Business / growth Policy Transport Policy Energy Policy Education Policy Farming Policy Environment Policy Youth Policy
  9. 9. Design for Policy bring to government? 224 policies Foreign Policy Business / growth Policy Transport Policy Energy Policy Education Policy Farming Policy Environment Policy Military Policy
  10. 10. Design Policy bring to government? 224 policies Foreign Policy Business / growth Policy Innovation Policy Design Policy Transport Policy Energy Policy Education Policy Farming Policy Environment Policy Youth Policy
  11. 11. Design Policy
  12. 12. About Policy Lab
  13. 13. Demonstration Projects
  14. 14. Lab Light
  15. 15. How can we?
  16. 16. Challenge Setting
  17. 17. What if?
  18. 18. Building Ideas
  19. 19. Tools & Techniques Stages of design process Stages of Lab demonstrators Brief Discover scope Develop proposals Mandate Inputs Scope Options
  20. 20. Stages of design process Discover Define Deliver PURPOSE Goals Develop
  21. 21. With thanks to Lab partners, friends and industry experts The Policy Lab is funded by departments for departments, we are a small team supported by departmental secondees and external experts. We are part of the *RYHUQPHQW,QQRYDWLRQ*URXSZRUNLQJZLWKWKHDELQHW2IILFH¶V2SHQPolicy Making Team and the Policy Profession Support Unit. Demonstration projects: Home Office, Surrey and Sussex Police, Ministry of Justice and HMRC DWP. Lab Light projects: Deputy 3ULPH0LQLVWHU¶VOffice, Cabinet Office Horizons Scanning team, GO Science, DWP and Departmental Policy Schools. Design industry experts: Uscreates, Innovation Unit, Nonon, RedFront, Sea Communications and Public i. Events: Civil Service Live, Institute for Government. Advisors, friends and partners: Mindlab, GDS, Design Council, Nesta, and RSA and All Party Parliamentary Group on Design and Innovation. Policy Lab team: Paul Maltby, Dr Andrea Siodmok, Beatrice Andrews and Cat Drew. AHRC Research Fellow, Dr Lucy Kimbell. Special thanks to our interns from the Royal College of Art: Holly Mahoney, Iban Benzal and Valentina Lopez. [07 October 2014]

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