Blended design teams: from clients and consultants to co-workers

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Presented with Harriet Wakelam and Owen Hodda at Service Design 2012, hosted by UX Australia at The Windsor Hotel, Melbourne, 4 May 2012.

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Blended design teams: from clients and consultants to co-workers

  1. 1. blended design teams:!from clients and consultants !to co-workers Harriet Wakelam| @hwakelam | NAB Owen Hodda @owenhodda | Deloitte | Zaana Howard @zaana | | QUT
  2. 2. role of design !in organisations isgrowing “The customer is increasingly buying a set of ongoing relations and interactions through which service will be rendered” Cefkin 2006
  3. 3. mission:a new retail store design
  4. 4. brief: “test all the things and tell us if they work”
  5. 5. what is ablendeddesign team?
  6. 6. whyblended design !teams?
  7. 7. howthe &! whatthe !of it all
  8. 8. shared à designleadership
  9. 9. outputs! vsoutcomes
  10. 10. Digital Digital Yammer Retail Retail Senior leadership Self ServiceSelf Service Next Gen Capability Verification Capability NAB Care Business Bank Seniorleadership Commercial Cards Compliance training Yammer Innovation Intranet Change Marketing Out of the box Yammer Marketing
  11. 11. role ofartefacts As the role of design grows and diversifies, we need to be able to deliver timely commercial insight, whilst still being on the lookout for those “’crystallising’ moments: observations, ideas, connections, which are not complete in themselves, but which catalyse a well and richly prepared ground into a completely different way of seeing the world” Bezaitis, M & Robinson R 2011
  12. 12. what’schanged?
  13. 13. design itself does notsolve problems
  14. 14. informsolutions not always provide them
  15. 15. no there isend point to design
  16. 16. avoid fetishisationof design deliverables
  17. 17. a blended design team is not justdesigners
  18. 18. service design is about ‘all the things’ all the time
  19. 19. questions? Harriet Wakelam | @hwakelam Owen Hodda | @ohodda Zaana Howard | @zaana
  20. 20. with thanks to…..Jess Ukotic | Cong Cao | Matt Sale | PeterHolmes | Louise Long | Anthony Waldron | LevOrosz | Mandy Chambers | Warren andMahoney | Jacqui Gill | Kerryn Eastwood | ScottTim West | Mel Hambarsoomian | Chris Wilson| Robert Lee | Chris Smith | the staff of theDocklands store | NAB volunteers + customers |and many many more…
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