First Service Design PechaKucha was a great success

Well attended by fantastic people, inspiring discussions and good networking the PechaKucha was a great success.

The line up of speakers manifested the many different perspectives on Service Design we can share and build on.

  1. Richard Prime – An actors perspective on Service Design
  2. Anders Landström – Propeller SDN-S Pecha Kucha 130604
  3. Fabian Segelström – Researching Service Design
  4. Pernilla Danielsson – Experience of Death and Grief
  5. Elin Olafsdottir – SD PK Elin Olafsdottir
  6. Oscar Hafvenstein – Cross Functional Collaboration
  7. Eva-Karin Anderman – SDN PK Designagenda
  8. Jonas Hjalmar Blom – SD PK Jonas H Blom
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