Tomorrow’s News is a way of imagining what stories you would like to be reported about as the outcome of a service redesign.
Tomorrow’s News is a way of imagining what stories you would like to be reported about the outcomes of a service redesign.
Why should I use it?
It helps you create a convincing story around what benefits making changes would have. This can help bring people along with you.
How does it work?
You create a news story from the future, thinking about what the positive effects of service re-design are on an individual, a group, city or country. It is written in a journalistic style, with a catchy headline, great picture and a quote from someone. The language is simple and non-specialist and the story explains what the problem was, what changed and how people feel about the changes.
What do I need?
•Square sticky notes
•Black ‘sharpie’ type pens
•Tomorrow’s News template (or a blank sheet of paper.)