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Service Design Award CX transformation for hearing care

CX transformation for hearing care

The client has led the hearing health market for decades as a holistic provider of devices, diagnostics, and support services. With the threat from new competitors emerging from adjacent categories, and shifts in regulation and technology, the client needed to be at the forefront of innovation to ensure its future position in the category.

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Service Design Award Immigration and Asylum Appeals

Immigration and Asylum Appeals

People migrating to the UK can apply for a ‘right to remain’ based on their socio-economic circumstances or their rights under the Refugee Convention or Human Rights Act. Each year approximately 50,000 people raise an appeal when their applications are rejected.

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Service Design Award Working With Children Check for Indigenous applicants

Working With Children Check for Indigenous applicants

We worked with an independent state government authority to deeply understand the experience for Indigenous Australians in applying for a Working with Children Check (WWCC), and how the impact from not having one plays out to great detriment.

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Service Design Award Escuela sin Fronteras

Escuela sin Fronteras

Developing intercultural practices and attitudes in public schools

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Service Design Award Low Touch: The Future of Dining Out

Low Touch: The Future of Dining Out

What if just one person in a restaurant has COVID19? It spreads like wildfire.

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Other Universal design, design for all

Universal design, design for all

Universal design, design for all - By Juan David León, Strategic Designer at Mormedi

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Touchpoint open article Successfully Implementing Service Design Projects

Successfully Implementing Service Design Projects

Why is the success rate in implementing service design projects still low? Why do brilliant concepts fail when it comes to anchoring them in the daily business of the client organisation?

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Sponsored Content Embracing Change: Breaking Through the Rearview Mirror

Embracing Change: Breaking Through the Rearview Mirror

How TELUS is reimagining the future of telecom through service design and digital transformation

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Tools and Methods The Service Design Maturity Model: A strategic framework to embed service design into an organisation

The Service Design Maturity Model: A strategic framework to embed service design into an organisation

In the past years, many organisations have been working on pro­­jects to improve service experiences. Increasingly, large ­organisations have started to understand the value of service design. This has resulted in a growing desire amongst organi­sations that ‘understand’ service design to embed it into their companies.

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Touchpoint open article A Flywheel Model of Change Management: Inspiring traditional change management through service design

A Flywheel Model of Change Management: Inspiring traditional change management through service design

In this article, we discuss that service designers are particularly well equipped with skills and tools to create change in organisations and can do so more explicitly by applying a flywheel capability model to their work.

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Touchpoint open article Service Design and Agile: A Seamless Symbiosis. A successful case in the retail industry

Service Design and Agile: A Seamless Symbiosis. A successful case in the retail industry

Service design and agile practices are leading approaches to create and deliver value. Here, we present a successful case where both approaches accelerated the implementation of new service experiences, supported nation-wide scalability and created a new organisational culture.

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Meet the service designer Patti Hunt:  Meet the service designer

Patti Hunt: Meet the service designer

Patti Hunt is the founder and director of MAKE Studios, a service innovation company based in Hong Kong. For this edition of the Touchpoint Profile, she had a chat with Jesse Grimes, the journal’s Editor-in-Chief, about her work with multi-national corporations, NGOs and start-ups in the Asia-Pacific region, as well as the unique challenges posed by practicing service design in Hong Kong.

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Other Frischer Wind  in Unternehmen

Frischer Wind in Unternehmen

Was kann Service Design in Organisationen leisten?

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Education and Research Reap the rewards of intelligent automation in energy sector without injecting risk using design thinking

Reap the rewards of intelligent automation in energy sector without injecting risk using design thinking

The energy and utilities sector globally had a natural reluctance to ‘jump’ into new technology without prolonged periods of assessment and testing - at times lasting decades.

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Other Mastering the Art of Selling Service Design: Talking Points to Help Land Your Next Client

Mastering the Art of Selling Service Design: Talking Points to Help Land Your Next Client

It was not so long ago that if one were asked the question "What is design?", the response would likely have described a creative process resulting in the production of a tangible object that could be seen, touched, smelled or even consumed.

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Meet the service designer Eleonora Carnasa: Meet the service designer

Eleonora Carnasa: Meet the service designer

Eleonora Carnasa is a Bulgaria-based service designer and founder of Fabrica 360, a design and innovation agency. In this profile, she had a chat with Jesse Grimes, Touchpoint’s Editor-in-Chief, about her efforts to grow service design in Eastern Europe.

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Touchpoint open article Ecosystems, Blueprints and Journeys – Oh My!

Ecosystems, Blueprints and Journeys – Oh My!

Communicating the value of service design to those who are unfamiliar with our tools and processes can be a challenge. This creates problems for designers as well as the organisations and communities we hope to serve. Perhaps our use (and misuse) of metaphor to describe our work contributes to the confusion.

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Touchpoint open article Yes, No, Maybe: Experience Prototyping at Scale

Yes, No, Maybe: Experience Prototyping at Scale

Product designers Joydeep Sengupta and Adam Cochrane look into the issues of prototyping at scale, sharing insights on how fashion retailer Zalando is going about building a prototyping culture within a 14,000 person organisation.

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Service Design Award Xplore

Xplore

The project was set to design a service concept around long-distance driving (one-hour or longer). A strong focus was set on user research, touchpoint identification and how they could be re-imagined.

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Service Design Award Clarify: Early guidance service for separated parents

Clarify: Early guidance service for separated parents

The project focused on the current experience of financially and emotionally struggling British citizens who require support in cases of familial separation and child custody, but are not entitled to benefits.

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Service Design Award Journey: A Post Death Settlements Service

Journey: A Post Death Settlements Service

Unfortunate circumstances could occur at any given instance — we will never know when we might lose a loved one. At that point of time, many would be at a loss of what to do.

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Service Design Award Service design to improve women's maternal healthcare services in Nepal

Service design to improve women's maternal healthcare services in Nepal

This service design project was conducted as a master thesis project for three design students. The project concerned using service design to improve women’s maternal health in rural Nepal and resulted in a new health service co-developed with users and field experts.

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Service Design Award Crack the code: How one school demystified programming

Crack the code: How one school demystified programming

How service design was used to create a new kind of coding school in Helsinki and radically change people's perception of computer programming.

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Service Design Award Heart Failure Self- Management Program

Heart Failure Self- Management Program

Heart Failure (HF), the inability of the heart to effectively pump blood around the body, takes a serious toll on a person’s life. For people living with HF, walking up a few stairs leaves their heart pounding, lying down makes it hard to breathe, and their lives are instantly turned upside down by a prognosis of only a few years left to live.

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