Service Design in Government is the practical conference for anyone involved in designing or commissioning public services.
Returning for its 3rd year and now running for 3 days, Service Design in Government is a hands-on, practical Service Design conference that allows participants to connect and learn from their peers and leaders in the industry.
You'll leave Service Design in Government 2016 with new ideas and skills to improve public services, an increased professional network, and memories of many useful conversations.
We're very pleased to announce two of our fantastic keynote speakers.
In 2010 Tom founded the UK's Government Digital Service (GDS), and served as its deputy director until 2015.
He has recently started a new role at the Director of Digital Services at the Co-Operative Group, the UK’s largest mutually-owned business.
Dana Chisnell is a UX research nerd (her words) and an elections geek who has trained thousands of people, including government workers, to test their designs.
But what she really loves is giving design literacy to the world.
Ben is Head of User Experience at the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
He was previously a UX designer at FreeAgent and spent a year working with the Government Digital Service before joining DWP.
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