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How Design is Shaping Thinking at the Heart of Government

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Great Room Auditorium, RSA House

  • Creative Institutions and Systems
  • Design
  • Public services

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Andrea Siodmok is awarded the 2015 RSA Bicentenary Medal for applying design principles to democratise policy-making. 

Designer in Residence: How Design is Shaping Thinking at the Heart of Government.

Design is emerging as a significant force for change in governments across the world. What is it about design that promises to radically transform our lives? How might design principles enable the creativity and freedom of a wider number of people, organisations and institutions to drive social change? 

A designer by training, over the last two years Andrea has been based at the Cabinet Office, bringing design approaches to some of the country’s most intractable policy problems. In this talk she will share insights from her current and past projects exploring how design is shaping our world in remarkable ways.  

 

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