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(An excerpt from The Journeyman online service design course "Developing New Service Ideas.) Spotting a trend doesn't require the services of a professional prognosticator. However, it does require knowing the difference between a trend and a fad. A trend — using its...
The Lack of Services Workers: A Case for Retraining It is not your imagination that wait times are longer at many restaurants. That waiting rooms at hospital emergency rooms are crowded beyond anyone’s memory. And other services we rely on, including education,...
The International Service Design, a professional development organization solely dedicated to improving the skills and knowledge of service designers, will publish its annual survey in a fortnight. The results include salaries of service designers, which industries...
Looking for an Invite to a Clubhouse Service Experience? Here’s a Self-Described Experience From the Eyes of a Service Designer
I was invited to join Clubhouse by my 23-year-old daughter who secured her code from a work colleague. She insisted I get on to observe the experience from the perspective of a service designer. She’s always on the lookout for finding me new or novel experiences.
I just bought my third vacuum in three years. But this time I bought a well-engineered, pricey model from Germany rather than one of those plastic ones that can be found stacked up along department store aisles. The one I bought is about twice the cost of the others,...
Gen Zers, who range in age from 7 to 24 years old, have claimed a lot of attention lately for their outsized influence, including in political elections and more recently disrupting the stock market. Their influence calls for service designers to pay attention. Gen...
“There are a number of anecdotes to show service design is growing in awareness, preference and demand,” Steven J. Slater, International Service Design Institute chief service designer and co-founder, said.
Service Design Poll 2020: Strategic Thinking and Leadership Are Considered Top Service Design Skills
Service designers told pollsters the number one skill for success on the job is strategic thinking, followed closely by communications, empathy, and leadership, according to results of a survey conducted by the Tampa, Fla.-based International Service Design Institute, Inc., which captured the opinions of 135 service designers working around the world.
New Poll: Preference To Define Service Design Around Users Vs. The Mechanics Of Service Design Doing
More than 100 service designers from around the globe preferred a different meaning for the field of Service Design, then the one posted on Wikipedia, according to a poll by International Service Design Institute.
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