Discover the role Service Design plays in Public Sector

Service design is taking a role in “policy creation”. Not only does it bring in-depth insights in the needs and constraints of citizens, it also enables and facilitates processes of co-creation with different stakeholders.

The Service Design Impact Report gives a broad overview on service design driven activities in governments and public service organisations all over the world. The report shows how strong the role of design in the public sector has become and how impactful it can be. At the same time it gives insights in many opportunities yet to exploit.

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Interested in how the cooperation between the government and the service design sector resolves complex challenges?

Order your copy of Service Design Impact Report: Public Sector! Now available to purchase in print (19.80€). Or join the community to download the PDF for free.

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