'Experience Prototyping'

'Experience Prototyping' is the feature theme of the upcoming issue of Touchpoint. We invite you to become an author and help to advance the service design field and its practices. Submit your abstracts until 16 June.

In this upcoming issue of Touchpoint, we will look into experience prototyping, both as a tool but more importantly as a philosophy, to push this most integral component of service design even more forward. We would like to learn more about not just the ‘how’ of prototyping experiences, but also the ‘why’.

Besides handing in articles related to this issue’s feature, you are also invited to hand in content for the other regular sections of Touchpoint, such as the Cross-Discipline, Tool & Methods and Education & Research section.

Read more and submit your abstracts via the online form until 16 June 2019 (23:59 CET).

We are looking forward to many inspiring contributions! 

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