Martin helped prepare the 4th local public sector innovation meetup on reshaping urban mobility. He continued with staffing, hiring and recruitment duties. Together with his UK government colleagues, he made progress on preparing for the big 24-hour remote conference next week. He also prioritised accessibility activities in his 82nd week at Digital Service.
Martin travelled across Germany in his week 81 at Digital Service. He attended the autumn conference of the community of practice network NExT in Wiesbaden to present his design community and give a talk. Afterwards, he co-ran the Public Service Lab Day, a conference in Cologne, together with the city’s innovation office.
Auf der Smart Country Convention 2023 sprachen Caroline Merz und Martin Jordan vom DigitalService des Bundes über die Anwendung des Servicestandards im Allgemeinen sowie im Konkreten bei der Digitalisierung von Justizservices.
After recovering from another round of COVID, Martin was able to attend his colleague Charlotte’s TEDx talk in Potsdam. He also worked on new user-centred design roles and scalable accessibility training and various upcoming community events in his week 79 at Digital Service.
Maturing the approach to content design has been 1 of 5 annual topics for Martin. He is about to open the first-ever content design role in German government and works on accompanying content. Martin also does a breakdown of all significant activities until the end of the year in his week 78 at Digital Service.
On Thursday, Martin co-ran the annual Delivery Offisite with over 60 people from all delivery disciplines participating. On Friday, in his 77th week at Digital Service, he shared work on justice services with the advisory council of the government’s digital strategy.
In week 76, Martin worked closely with the team, developing the digital court claims service. He also co-led a session at the NExT camp and joined a community workshop of the Creative Bureaucracy Festival. During a lunch break, he gave his recent conference talk on the long slog of public service design to interested colleagues.
Martin took the big stage together with GDS colleague Kara to talk about the long slog of public service design. He also organised a community gathering for international colleagues and co-ran an open studio night – all part of the Service Design Global Conference in Berlin.
Discussing people’s performances and possible salary changes, participating in workshops and having many conversations throughout the short week, Martin was busy in week 74 at Digital Service. He also started preparing for the coming week, which includes a conference talk, a community gathering and an open studio night.
Martin was out and about in his week 73 at DigitalService, travelling to Edinburgh to participate and talk at the ‘Service Design in Government’ conference. With his GDS colleague Kara, he spoke about the long slog of public service design, a topic that resonated with people. Martin also co-ran a remote community of practice gathering on design systems for German public servants.