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Page — Intro: The text is the same as the intro to the second part on page It should be: „The following five cases exemplify differing processes. What are the individual experiences customers have with the service and/or service provider during the service period? What are (potential) expectations. Basics — Tools — Cases This is Basics — Tools — Cases service design thinking. Published in by BIS Publishers Building Het Sieraad Postjesweg 1 .


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Service design thinking is the designing and marketing of services that improve the customer experience, and the interactions between the service providers and . A single definition of service design might constrain this evolving approach, . Service design thinking uses this analogy to deconstruct service processes into. Make use of our full-length method descriptions, organised in an extensive library of 54 methods. Read the texts online, or download your own pdf.

Service Design as an Delivering positive inter-disciplinary approach 28 social impact 88 5 Principles of Service Design Thinking: Strategic Management: A dynamic language for Why corporations do a dynamic approach 34 what they do 94 Marketing: Operations Management: Connecting with people, The relentless quest creating value 46 for efficiency Design Ethnography: Service Design Research: Service design for a Yesterday, today public organisation and tomorrow Hello Change and Funky Projects: No matter whether service design think- this book.

It is not only created for the growing service design commu- searcher, manager or company owner, and no matter whether your back- nity but to a large extent by and with the service design community.

We have tried to mention every- Moreover, it is supposed to be a source of inspiration and motivation one who helped us during the progress of this project and we apologise if for your future work.

There are a few people, we want to thank personally. First and foremost we want to thank Fergus The book is structured into three main parts.

Basics illustrates the Bisset who supported the project from the start, by setting up the first fundamental concepts of service design thinking and its relation to service crowdsourcing website, right through to co-editing most contributions. In particular, this chapter explains various gateways into Furthermore, Bas Raijmakers, Geke van Dijk and Luke Kelly helped service design thinking from backgrounds like product design, graphic us reviewing, editing and illustrating the tools and methods.

Finally, we design, interaction design and design ethnography, but also from want to thank BIS publishers, namely Rudolf van Wezel, for his belief strategic management and operations management and in addition rather in this project and his great support!

Tools explains the iterative process of de- Mostly, however, we want to thank you — the reader. Only your interest signing services and shows methods and tools of service design as a kind in this book and your interpretation of the information contained in of toolkit that we hope you will be able to implement in your own it generates real value from this project!

We thus look forward to hearing work. Cases exemplifies how the basics, processes and tools come together more about the people reading it, how you are using it and what you through five different case studies. At the end of the book, service design think about it.

So, please keep in touch! However, before we start with the actual content, the design beyond the design provides a summary of how www. A different approach to designing a textbook Motivation and inspiration Based on the insights of a service design course Marc gave in spring , we started a series of interviews with both service design course par- ticipants and educators to understand what the main difficulties are Marc Stickdorn While colloquially the word design is used to refer to the appearance of learning how to design services.

In this context we tried to understand Jakob Schneider or styling of a particular product or outcome, the proper meaning goes far who teaches service design? What is the content and how is it delivered? In particular, the approach of service design refers to the process of designing rather than to its outcome.

The outcome of a ser- In our interviews we discovered the need for a serious and static vice design process can have various forms: Who attends respective courses and workshops? Answering these ques- tions gave us the motivation and initial inspiration to start this project. Following the principle of practice-what-you-preach, we applied methods Since service design is a still young and emerging approach, service and tools of service design on the process of designing this first text- design education is even younger and just developing.

There are various book on service design.

Thus we consider this book rather as a service to courses and recently even study programs on service design, but so you — the reader — than as a mere physical object we offer for sale. The far there are no textbooks explaining this approach.

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One could argue that durability and experienced sustainability of print media made us do a book an approach like this does not need a textbook, since it is something rather than a website or App.

Moreover, in our interviews we discovered you potentially have to learn by doing. Without a doubt, you cannot learn the need for a serious and static reference opposed to the ever-chang- what service design is and how to do it just from a textbook. You need ing blogosphere. Besides, a book is still one of the most reliable forms of to try, fail, learn from your mistakes, improve, try again and thus educate media; a book is portable, tangible, durable and never faces problems yourself.

Service design education is therefore rather a kind of briefing and Since service design is an interdisciplinary approach, different people tutoring process. Besides explaining the big picture, it is all about giving teach and learn service design in different ways; all of them with their hints, proposing methods and tools, and showing how to use them while individual backgrounds and motivations.

However, during our interviews working on a project.

The main question we asked ourselves in spring we realised that they all share the same problem: Each discipline showed and discussed a few disciplinary nature of service design and in order to know all the methods examples of textbooks — both good and bad ones — to present a range of per- and tools service designers use.

We knew many authors capable of doing ceptions about what constitutes a good textbook. During the second this: In particular the layout of the lot of planning and communication. Request permission to reuse content from this site. Undetected country. NO YES. This is Service Design Thinking: Basics, Tools, Cases.

Description About the Author Permissions. Selected type: Added to Your Shopping Cart. There are various book on service design. Thus we consider this book rather as a service to courses and recently even study programs on service design, but so you — the reader — than as a mere physical object we offer for sale.

The far there are no textbooks explaining this approach. One could argue that durability and experienced sustainability of print media made us do a book an approach like this does not need a textbook, since it is something rather than a website or App.

Moreover, in our interviews we discovered you potentially have to learn by doing. Without a doubt, you cannot learn the need for a serious and static reference opposed to the ever-chang- what service design is and how to do it just from a textbook. You need ing blogosphere.

Besides, a book is still one of the most reliable forms of to try, fail, learn from your mistakes, improve, try again and thus educate media; a book is portable, tangible, durable and never faces problems yourself. Service design education is therefore rather a kind of briefing and Since service design is an interdisciplinary approach, different people tutoring process. Besides explaining the big picture, it is all about giving teach and learn service design in different ways; all of them with their hints, proposing methods and tools, and showing how to use them while individual backgrounds and motivations.

However, during our interviews working on a project. The main question we asked ourselves in spring we realised that they all share the same problem: they miss a textbook. Each discipline showed and discussed a few disciplinary nature of service design and in order to know all the methods examples of textbooks — both good and bad ones — to present a range of per- and tools service designers use.

We knew many authors capable of doing ceptions about what constitutes a good textbook. During the second this: the service design community as a whole. In particular the layout of the lot of planning and communication. Certainly an aspect that both of us underestimated at the beginning.

To illustrate the interdisciplinary char- This project needed to be authentic to itself: a book about service acter of this approach, we asked service design professionals with spe- design must itself be understood as a designed service.

This is Service Design Thinking: Basics – Tools – Cases

However, in order to find out which meth- book as well as its academic and linguistic level was discussed. Yet again ods and tools the service design community uses, we simply needed to ask it became clear that this project needed to be authentic to itself: a book them. With the help of Fergus Bisset, we set up a Wordpress website, about service design must itself be understood as a designed service.

How where people could contribute methods and tools and comment on other is the book used, which is the most relevant information and how do contributions. This website was promoted online through Twitter, you find it? We collected more than 50 descriptions of service design methods and tools.

This is Service Design Thinking: Basics, Tools, Cases

In a Ideas and concepts following step, these were evaluated through a Uservoice forum, where a Developing a structure, layout, tone of voice and visual language took us sum of votes decided which ones should be printed in the book. We started in fall and agreed on our final concept in Subsequently Geke van Dijk, Luke Kelly and Bas Raijmakers helped us to spring Considering the insights we gathered earlier, we defined write, edit and illustrate the selected methods and tools.

To test these, we used various Based on the insights we gathered during spring , Jakob started a methods from different backgrounds. He conducted contextual interviews with 24 teachers and content and layout. From this we were able to evaluate whether the solutions found in the abstract contextual interviews work for the main target group of service designers and those who are interested in it.

We rejected impractical approaches and those causing undesired associations. By doing so, we improved the concept iteratively and developed meta- 5 phors for complex relationships infographics and pictograms and visual systems for the linking of contents.

An awkward title 1 3 One of the repeatedly raised questions referred to the awfully long title.

This is Service Design Thinking: Basics-Tools-Cases

Each of the topics of service design and design thinking is compli- cated enough.Besides an introduction to service design thinking through five basic principles, a selection of individual perspectives demonstrate the similarities and differences between various disciplines involved in the design of services.

Service Design is the application of established design process and skills to the development of services. To test these, we used various methods from different backgrounds.

Basics, Tools, Cases. We started in fall and agreed on our final concept in spring

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