Service Design Career PreparationSequential Learning Approach
This demo is for The Journeyman, the first of ISDI’s three-part Service Design Learning Series.
ISDI Co-founder Steven J. Slater
This course follows our foundational course, The Apprentice, which is the first in ISDI’s sequence for learning service design. The Journeyman is the second course in the three-part series.
There are no pre-requisites for taking The Journeyman. It is assumed, however, that learners have some awareness of service design. Some prior knowledge of the field will help learners realize how the techniques taught here work together for building a service.
For some, the techniques will be familiar, and some, may have experience using them. But from the beginning, we made an effort to make these techniques easily accessible to learners.
The techniques we feature have been dissected, with insights, diagrams, and templates, so that learners can customize them for their needs. You, the learner, should also know that the ideas and template have been used successfully on real projects.
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About The Journeyman
The Journeyman tackles the most common techniques associated with Service Design, including Journey Maps, Service Blueprints, and Touchpoints. These techniques include step-by-step instructions and templates to use.
♦ Discovering, understanding users’ needs.
♦ Influencing user preconceptions.
♦ Constructing and de-constructing journey maps.
♦ Using a service blueprint to plan service experiences.
♦ Shape users’ experiences with touchpoints.
Upon completion, learners will take away valuable skills for identifying their ideal target audience, understand the meaning and importance of creating satisfactory experiences, along with ways to influence users by informing their expectations.
What to Expect
The course is divided into modules and topics. Each module includes self-paced topics, videos, and quizzes. The instruction proceeds in sequential order with each module building upon the one prior.
The modules and topics have ‘next’ and ‘previous’ buttons at the bottom. In order to advance, you will need to go to click ‘next,’ or ‘mark complete’ in order to move forward.
Throughout the course, there are links to reach us, should you need any help along the way.
At the end of the course, if you have purchased the certification, you will be instructed on the next steps.
Steven J. Slater
Contact us if you have any questions.