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    The APDIG Manifesto Launch - Design, Technology and Innovation Spring Reception, Design Museum

    Imagine that Designers were a Political Party. We asked a room of designers, technologists, policymakers and civil servants at our Design Museum Spring Reception to give us their policy ideas. 

    Our cross-party, crowdsourced 2015 Manifesto for Design is now under way. 

    Read on. 

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    Design matters to the digital revolution – but do we truly understand how?
    For the Design Commission's third inquiry we have turned our attention to the role of design in an age of rapidly evolving technology, and examine the contribution it can make to the future success of the UK economy.
    Our findings will be launched at a Breakfast Reception on the House of Lords Terrace on 14th May 2014.
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    NEW TERM PAPER: Defining Design: The Debate

    The APDIG has published its newest Term Paper. In this paper we propose that design is suffering from a PR problem, which leaves it misunderstood and undervalued by government, underused by business, and misrepresented in the media.

    Read more and download the term paper here.

    Find out more about APDIG research and resources here.

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    Government Digital Service briefs the APDIG

    The APDIG recently welcomed Francis Maude MP, Baroness Martha Lane Fox, Mike Bracken and Ben Terrett - the leading lights behind the Government Digital Service - to brief the group on GDS' work transforming government’s web presence to digital by default.

The All-Party Parliamentary Design and Innovation Group is a forum for open debate between Parliament and the UK’s design and innovation communities.