Government Computing reports that the UK Government Digital Service (GDS) has launched a new course on research and design in government as part of the GDS Academy, which trains public servants in agile and digital project management techniques.
The new course will focus on how government carries out user-centered design to create inclusive services, and will allow participants to explore techniques such as interaction design and content design, and see how they work in an agile team.
From the article:
“The course is open to civil servants interested in design and user research in government and that want to work more effectively with designers and researchers. It wants to be the beginning of a further learning and development journey towards becoming a user-centered design specialist.”
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