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Why Service Design Thinking is podcast that helps business to do things better and do better things. Service design is one of the next big competitive advantages in business and it is being used with great success by corporations and other large organizations around the world. But how can a smaller business, a startup, or a nonprofit adopt these innovative techniques? We talk with experts in the field and share lots of case studies on how you can engage your customers, create delightful expe ...
 
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Claus Raasted is an experience and behavior designer who creates Live Action Role Play (LARP) events, where groups of strangers come together to collaborate on co-creating their shared experience. This is especially relevant when facilitating the design process with groups of people who are not used to working together (such as different divisions,…
 
Developing our confidence as designers isn’t just for our own benefit. Sometimes, it can be the driving factor in getting important ideas heard and growing our impact as a designers. Lauren is Head of Design at Good Lab in London and the founder of #UPFRONT - an organization that exists to change confidence. You can sign up to her online course in …
 
Real estate (for housing and office space) is not just a commodity - it is an important service in our lives that needs to be designed as such. Lindsay Miller is the Managing Director of Business Development & Operations at the Dubai Design District and she played an instrumental role in developing this human-centered neighborhood. Check out the sh…
 
One of the most important applications of service design is in the government or public services sector, where there is a big potential to create efficiency and meaningful change. We talk with Benjamin Taylor, who is a consultant in public services. As the founder of RedQuadrant management consultancy and a Chief Executive of the nonprofit Public S…
 
Today, we talk with Paul Bulencea, who is the co-founder of the College of Extraordinary Experiences, a disruptive annual experience design conference that is held in a castle in Poland. Paul discusses how the economy is shifting from being based on services to being based on experiences and how businesses can beat commoditization by providing memo…
 
Jod Kaftan is the Group Design Director at Fjord in Los Angeles, overseeing the LA design practice and developing the team and quality of work. As a proponent of meaning in design, he provides valuable insights about how creating meaning can lead to customer loyalty. Check out the show notes for all references and links. ________ Love what you hear…
 
Behind every successful business is solid backstage system that gives its customers a consistent experience and helps the business become sustainable in the long run. Joanna Waterfall, founder of Yellow Co, talks about how she implemented systems within her business from day one. Check out the Yellow Conference! In the episode, Joanna references th…
 
WIN A COPY OF MATTHEW'S NEW BOOK AT WHYSERVICEDESIGNTHINKING.COM/FUTURES. Social Enterprises are one of the most important forms of business today and one of the most crucial components of a social enterprise is to create the future that we want to live in. Matthew Manos, designer, social enterprise builder, and innovative thinker, wants to help yo…
 
DOWNLOAD A FREE CUSTOMER JOURNEY MAP TEMPLATE on whyservicedesignthinking.com! One of the first steps business owners should take in serving their customers is identifying the customer journey. As a customer interacts with different points in the business, there are multiple opportunities to design their experience every step of the way. We talk wi…
 
This is an unprecedented mini episode that will preview our next big topic – customer journey mapping. I just had a wonderful interview about with two design strategists in Europe - Daniel Sunden and John Flitcroft. Somehow our discussion about customer journeys led us to look at the customer journey of pizza. It was such an interesting tangent tha…
 
For this week’s episode, we are in for a special treat. This is a recording of a fascinating panel discussion called The Future of Customer Experience, by the service design community in Los Angeles. Hosted by John Ayers, who was our guest in episode six, they discuss the differences, similarities, and benefits between service design, design thinki…
 
Research is an important part of service design and design thinking because it is the center of the empathy and insight that will lead your work. Design researcher, Seth Weissman from BCG Digital Ventures, talks about different research techniques including Ethnography, Observational Research, Surveys, and more. He shares tips on how to get comfort…
 
One of the most fun techniques of design thinking is analogous inspiration: applying an out-of-context concept to the problem that you are trying to solve. We talk with Victoria Vivas, an experience designer in Chile, who focuses on enhancing the process of learning through analogous situations. ________ Participate in the design challenge on our w…
 
Starting a project or business can be easier said than done and there are many touchpoints that an entrepreneur goes through when starting something. We talk with Jon Leyh, the founder of Ruckus Projects, a community of entrepreneurs who come together to create projects that matter. Jon shares his powerful philosophy about why it's important to des…
 
Service Design is unique in its customer-centric practices because it views each experience in two components - the frontstage and backstage interactions. For every customer-facing activity (frontstage), there is a series of behind-the-scenes technology, training, and processes (backstage) required to create a positive interaction. John Ayers, an L…
 
Innovation can still sometimes to be considered an "extra"or "nice to have" in business. But it is actually essential to competing in the constantly-evolving business landscape. So how can a company adopt innovative practices? We talk with Allen Weaver, who is an expert at facilitating innovation among groups of all sizes,having worked with compani…
 
In this episode, we talk with Jesse Grimes, of the Service Design Network. Jesse, who is a practicing service designer at Informaat, is on the management team of the Service Design Network (SDN) as well as the editor-in-chief of SDN’s publication, Touchpoint magazine. Jesse tells us about the wonderful resources at the Service Design Network, inclu…
 
Service design and design thinking can have groundbreaking results when applied to business. But imagine what could happen when these innovative principles are applied to education! Near LosAngeles, in Silicon Beach, there is an incredible school called Incubator School, started just a few years ago by visionary educator SujataBhatt. Thoughtfully b…
 
One of the BEST ways to get acquainted with service design in person is through an annual event called Global Service Jam. This event, co-founded by Adam StJohn Lawrence and Markus Edgar Hormeß of the service innovation agency WorkPlayExperience, is a "hackathon" where people from all professions gather to ideate and prototype a service business, a…
 
Happy International Service Design Day! This is episode 3 of 3 in a series celebrating #ServiceDesignDay! Join the global discussion by sharing this episode with your network! Check out the show notes + details on #ServiceDesignDay. ________ Raj Singh, founder of Go Moment, talks about creating Ivy, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool that provide…
 
Happy International Service Design Day! This is episode 2 of 3 in a series celebrating #ServiceDesignDay! Join the global discussion by sharing this episode with your network! Check out the show notes + details on #ServiceDesignDay. ________ Tatiana El-Khouri and Olivia Lucas, talk about Gobe, an app that connects nonprofits to volunteers. Through …
 
Happy International Service Design Day! This is episode 1 of 3 in a series celebrating #ServiceDesignDay! Join the global discussion by sharing this episode with your network! Check out the show notes + details on #ServiceDesignDay. ________ Nathan Lucy and Jessica Tungesvik of XWorx agency share a case study about transforming a new business from …
 
We've heard a lot about why service design is important but what does it look like in the context of People, Planet, and Profit? We talk with Martin Dowson, a UK-based service designer and Certified Customer Experience Professional who creates customer-centric organizations that deliver profitability through meaningful customer experiences. Martin …
 
Few people in the business and design sectors have done as much for the nonprofit community as Matthew Manos of verynice, a global human-centered design and strategy studio. He has revolutionized how the design industry interacts with the nonprofit industry, by creating a way of giving back with his business model of dedicating half of his agency's…
 
Today's guest is Melissa Rancourt, an international entrepreneur who operates multiple businesses throughout Europe and coaches organizations on adopting design thinking. She also serves as the Academic Director for The New School: Parsons Paris' Executive Global Strategic Design Management Master's program, which I will be proudly attending as par…
 
This episode is a brief introduction to the Why Service Design Thinking podcast series by its founder and host, Marina Terteryan. Learn about the inspiration for this podcast, how it applies to your business, and why it is so important to adopt the innovative practice of Service Design. Service Design is an important practice in business that is qu…
 
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