September 9, 2014 · 7:00 PM
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Think Drink Do focuses on how to use behaviour change techniques to create better services.
The evening is roughly split into three sections. One or two mini talks to help get the grey matter stimulated. A free beer or two to help you chat to others. And then a group exercise on a live brief. In short some thinking, drinking and doing.
There are generally about 100 attendees who come from a wide variety of backgrounds; behavioural science, tech, charities, public sector, social entrepreneurs, service designers, UXers.... you name it. We're a pretty broad church.
This edition focuses on how behavioural insight can help when designing services for public good.
Oliver Hauser of the Cabinet Office's Behavioural Insight Team (BIT) will speak on how behavioural insights can have an positive impact in the public sector and in non-profit organisations. He will give an introduciton to the BIT's methodology “EAST” and illustrate their work through a variety of examples.
Oliver will be followed by a case study from Alison Gardiner of Born Digital who will demonstrateSleepStation, an online CBT course to help insomniacs created in collaboration with the NHS.
Networking time with like-minded doers and thinkers.
Paper's very own Claudia Ehmke will speak about prototyping services to help undocumented youth understand their citizenship status. And will lead an exercise to help us develop new ideas for this service.