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  • 1. What is Service Design? an outsider’s introduction Kellock Irvin NY, NY
  • 2. Service:the action of helping or doing work for someone
  • 3. Service:the action of helping or doing work for someoneDesign:purpose, planning, or intention that exists or is thought to exist behindan action, fact, or material object
  • 4. Service:the action of helping or doing work for someoneDesign:purpose, planning, or intention that exists or is thought to exist behindan action, fact, or material objectService Design:the activity of planning and organizing people, infrastructure,communication and material components of a service in order to improvethe quality and interaction between service providers and customers. wiki
  • 5. Why?The purpose of service design methodologies is to design according to theneeds of customers or participants, so that the service isuser-friendlycompetitiverelevant to the customers. wiki
  • 6. Where can we use service design? Health Care Social Service Mobile & Technology Government Media Event Production
  • 7. Who does service design?strategists Ideocreatives frog designscholars Daytonalawyers inrealityanthropologists Adaptive Pathmarketers Fjordengineers Cooperfinanciers youteachers me
  • 8. Ingredients:User Touchpoints: Places in which a service interacts with people and organizations e.g. websites, 1800 numbers, helpdesks, APIs, et cetera
  • 9. Ingredients:User Toughpoints Places in which a service interacts with people and organizationsSystems What are the structures and forces upon which the service depends? e.g. politics, human resources, supply chains, production lines, et cetera
  • 10. Ingredients:User Touchpoints Places in which a service interacts with people and organizationsSystems What are the structures and forces upon which the service depends?Social Strategy Bigger questions, problem resolution e.g. how do I get better at remembering to pay my taxes? how can we decrease crime in urban neighborhoods?
  • 11. Ingredients: User Experience Systems Effective Service Design Social Strategy
  • 12. Method: Discover Purpose: Uncover and frame the service design opportunity Method: Define Interviews, surveys, cultural probes, storytelling, market research, shadowing Output Lay of the land, insights, and territory maps Develop Questions: Where are opportunities for service design? What are interesting problems to address Deliver
  • 13. Method: Discover Purpose: Distill key findings and insights into design directions based on research. Understand needs Method: Define Roleplay, territory maps, stakeholder maps Output User needs matrix, conceptual models, customer journeys, personas Develop Questions: What does the research tell us? What issues/needs are important and relevant to address? Deliver
  • 14. Method: Discover Purpose: Envision future scenarios and validate them with potential stakeholders Method: Define Storyboarding, user testing, collage tools, prototype Output Scenarios, wireframes, service models Develop Questions: What are the tools and processes for delivery? What is the service cycle? and how often do users engage with it? Tangible and intangible aspects. Deliver
  • 15. Method: Discover Purpose: Refine idea based on feedback from generative research Method: Define Output Video sketches, service models, blueprints, mockups Questions: What’s the best way to communicate the service concept? What are the key ideas? Develop Deliver
  • 16. What’s the scene like now?Aspirational territory...people are aware, but morefocused on user experience/marketing
  • 17. What’s the scene like now?True service design for existing customers is highlydisruptive and requires monsterous trade-offs and along term commitmentA service demands value only once a customer sees value in ite.g. one doesn’t need a locksmith until you’re locked out
  • 18. Where can I find opportunity?Everyday life e. g How can we make a service that teaches children how to manage their money?theconsumerist.com e. g How can we create a service that addresses drunk walking? Driving?
  • 19. Further Reading/Info (click)Service Design NetworkThis Is Service DesignService Design Group
  • 20. Enjoy Designing! Kellock Irvin NY, NY