The very best cases in service design: Service Design Award Annual

The very first Service Design Award Annual, published by SDN, is here to capture, share and celebrate the very best in service design.

With stories from finalists and winners from the first three years of the award as full, illustrated case studies, this beautifully designed book demonstrates ‘what good looks like’.

Take a sneak peek of contents here!

Interested in how the best in our field are pushing the boundaries of service design?

Order your copy of Service Design Award Annual 2017! Now available to purchase in print (39€). SDN members enjoy a special 10% discount.

Not a member yet? Become a SDN member, or upgrade your community membership to have access to all exclusive benefits!

Find further discounts for bundle purchases here.

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