I am Head of Design at the Government Digital Service, Cabinet Office, HM Government, where I lead a team of multi-disciplinary designers behind GOV.UK which won the Design Museum's Design of the Year and a D&AD Black Pencil.
Before that I was Design Director at Wieden + Kennedy London. I am also a founder and non-executive director of Newspaper Club, a business that helps people make newspapers. I have spoken globally about design and appeared on Radio 4's Today programme. I have written for various publications including, since 2006, on my blog Noisy Decent Graphics.
Interview on Peter Day's World of Business
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Email: ben dot terrett at gmail
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