Taina Martikainen is a Finnish service designer. She works as lead service designer for Kela, the Social Insurance Institution of Finland. In this interview we talk about the design of an experiment to better serve the needs for vulnerable young people.
This is part of the series in which I interview designers working in the Finnish public sector, on national or municipal level. 5 years ago we created a network of designers working in the public sector, so we know each other from this network. We have a vibrant community of peer learning and I am super thankful about it. I see this serie as an effort to document our work.
This interview is part of the lists: D&D in English, Gobierno y diseño, Niñez y diseño, Diseño de servicios y Finlandia y diseño.
This podcast has been recorded in Helsinki Open Waves, an audio studio in Caisa Cultural Center, part of Helsinki City. Caisa is a cultural centre that promotes the development of Helsinki into a diverse city by means of the arts and culture.