Making a map doesn’t have to be hard. There are lots of different ways to map a service but there’s no one right way or one best map use. Clara Greo, service designer and design training lead, outlines 5 steps to get you started.
Back in January this year, we ran the first-ever Services Week – a series of cross-government events that looked at how we can work together to deliver end-to-end, user-focused services. From 3 to 7 February 2020, we will run Services Week 2020 and we want you to be a part of it.
This second of 3 posts on improvements to service assessments focusses on what we’re doing to make sure assessors and service teams have a consistent understanding of updated Service Standard. It introduces assessor forums and the ‘Private Beta’ for the Standard.
At GDS we want to help all of government collaborate as effectively as possible on services. One of the ways we’ve been doing this is by establishing work on Service Communities. Here is a step-by-step guide to setting up your Service Community and making it sustainable.
The service assessments service is one of the largest services that GDS offers to the rest of government. Leighton Mitchell and Sanjay Poyzer looked at the operational efficiency of the current process and fixing the basics before putting themselves in a position to measure efficiency and success in a meaningful way.
A service community is a network of people from across the public sector who work together to design and deliver an end-to-end service. As part of the ‘start a business’ community, the FSA and BEIS worked together to improve things for users.
Over the past decade, government has started to adopt a user-centred design approach to shape services for everyone. This post gives an overview of what’s happening across government and what to expect on this blog.