Andreas Moan

With the help of service design, waiting times for breast cancer diagnoses at Oslo University Hospital were reduced by as much as 90 percent. Project Director Andreas Moan at the South-Eastern Norway Regional Health Authority cites three reasons why service design is the future of the healthcare system.

Service Design Should Be Used Much, Much More in the Healthcare System

DOGA fremmer god bruk av design og arkitektur i Norge for å skape fremtitdens nye, grønne og lønnsomme løsninger.

DOGA is a driving force for sustainable value creation through design and architecture. We facilitate collaboration between creative talents, businesses and the public sector  and work to strengthen the role of design and architecture in shaping the Norway of tomorrow.

About DOGA

Anne Elisabeth Bull, leder for designdrevet næringsutvikling i DOGA.

Good design places the user at the centre and encourages new and better solutions to all problems, whether big or small. Here are seven reasons why this makes our society better.

The Most Loved Services in Norway Are the Result of Good Design

Tor Inge Hjemdal på sykkel i Oslo sentrum

If it really is ordinary people's turn, then they should be the starting point when we develop everything from healthcare services to climate measures.

The Right Place To Start Innovating

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DOGA-bygget ute om sommeren. Fasade. Trær.

DOGA is housed in a former industrial building along Akerselva in Oslo, with a history that dates back to 1898. We offer flexible rooms and venues for both large and small design and architecture-related activities.

The DOGA building

Marit Helgesen i Vipps

In just a few years, Vipps has revolutionised the way we pay. This probably wouldn’t have happened without some clever sparks choosing to focus on design from the outset.

Why the Vipps Method Has Been Successful