we’re nothing without you… thank you from an outsider to comms people – comms2point0 free online resource for creative comms people – comms2point0

One man who works in insight and who has left the public sector looks back and says ‘thank you’ to comms people he worked with. by Adam Pearson   For nearly a decade I’ve been sat alongside comms and PR colleagues at various councils. We’ve enjoyed each other’s company. We’ve had a laugh, we’ve had…

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What walls are for – disambiguity

Earlier this week I did a talk at the Mind the Product conference in San Francisco. I was talking about research, but now that i work at Atlassian, the examples I gave included some from the Jira team’s work. I also showed a slide that was a photo of a team, gathered in a meeting…

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BX is coming back to London for 2019 – Behavioural Insights Team

Football’s not coming home (yet), but we’re delighted to confirm that the annual Behavioural Exchange (BX) conference will be held in London next year. Technically BX isn’t coming home either. The inaugural 2014 conference was held in Sydney, where it returned last month for BX2018. But it was London where BIT was established in 2010…

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Regan joins dxw digital – dxw

Hello everyone! My name is Regan, and I’m new to dxw digital this week. I was born and raised in southern Ontario, Canada, and after graduating from university I decided to kickstart my post-grad career in London. I completed a Journalism program, but during my studies discovered I have a greater passion for digital marketing….

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A horse in a field of llamas – FutureGov

Service design mistakes I’ve made, and the big lessons learned As a service designer, I spend a lot of my time selling the value of design thinking alongside practising service design doing. This week, I spoke about how to sell service design at the inaugural International Design in Government Conference. I choose to use the word…

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An update on our Collideoscope research – mySociety

An update on our Collideoscope research So the last time we blogged about Collideoscope—our cycling collision and near miss reporting service, based on the FixMyStreet Platform—we’d just begun an exciting new phase of exploratory work, looking into how well the site currently meets user needs around collision prevention, and whether it could do more, for…

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