Designing the Digital Economy: Embedding Growth Through Design, Innovation and Technology

Youngs, G. 2014. Designing the Digital Economy: Embedding Growth Through Design, Innovation and Technology. London Policy Connect.

TitleDesigning the Digital Economy: Embedding Growth Through Design, Innovation and Technology
AuthorsYoungs, G.
TypeTechnical report
Abstract

The Design Commission's newest report warns the UK digital economy will not reach its full economic and social potential without the strategic application of design to ensure people, and not technologies, are at the centre of the ‘digital revolution’.

The report is the result of an eight-month inquiry chaired by Lord Inglewood of Hutton in the Forest and co-chaired by Gillian Youngs, Professor of Digital Economy at Brighton University, and makes 17 recommendations to spark policy and culture change across government and the design and technology sector.

Filedesign_commission_report_-_designing_the_digital_economy.pdf
Keywordsdigital economy, design, innovation, technology, LEPs, policy, start-ups, values
Year2014
PublisherPolicy Connect
Place of publicationLondon
Publication dates
Published14 May 2014
Page range1-65
Web address (URL)http://www.policyconnect.org.uk/apdig/research/designing-digital-economy-embedding-growth-through-design-innovation-and-technology

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