Service Design – From Discover to Deliver and Beyond
“It is not the tram that makes transportation a successful experience. It is the schedule.” Lucius Burckhardt
This service design training provides participants with a multidisciplinary, collaborative and human-centred approach that focus on the customer’s experience through service that is useful, usable, and desirable as well as effective, efficient, and distinctive. By participating in this training, you will learn how to solve ‘real’ business challenges with service design.
Day 1 & 2 (Fri 28.1. & Sat 29.1.2022)
- Service design concepts, terminology, and principles,
- User-centred service development processes,
- Service design processes,
- Methods and tools for service design - discover phase,
- Gaining empathy and understanding users, the company and stakeholders.
Day 3 & 4 (Fri 18.3. & Sat 19.3.2022)
- Methods and tools for service design - development phase,
- Set design drivers,
- Give strategic direction,
- Define the problem or opportunity,
- Co-create a useful, usable, and desirable new service.
Day 5 (Sat 23.4.2022)
- Methods and tools for service design - delivery phase,
- Prototype - visualising and explaining effective, efficient, and distinctive new service,
- Develop profitable business models for the new service.
Day 6 (Fri 13.5.2022)
- The day of the harvest – presentation of the new service concept, process or system
- Deployment of the new service.
Participants receive a HH/LAB8 and SDN - Service Design Network branded certificate after completion.
Key Learning Outcomes
After completing this training, you will be able to:
- know the main principles of service design,
- understand the key concepts, terminology related to service design,
- distinguish a variety of service design processes
- apply a service design process and tools to a commissioned business case,
- analyse and apply trends to the commissioned business case,
- empathise and gain insights from users, stakeholders, the commissioned business case,
- evaluate and synthesize insights,
- identify design drivers to guide development,
- guide strategic direction or alignment,
- generate ideas to develop a new service,
- judge ideas for new service,
- prototype ideas and conceptualise a new service,
- develop a profitable business model for the new service,
- plan the implementation of the new service.
This training is intended for people from all walks of life, who wish to understand the intricacies of service design and its application to a commissioned real-life business case. Each of the days offers a hands-on minds-on training on designing services for organisations are now asked to put customers at the centre of their design endeavours.
This training includes 6 full days, and each day runs from 9:00 to 16:00 EET.
- January 28th
- January 29th
- March 18th
- March 19th
- April 23rd
- May 13th
Hybrid (On campus and/or on-line)
Platform details will be shared with course registrants prior to course
1750.00 € + alv 24% = total 2170.00 €