The Service Design Day in Bulgaria

Small, but loyal community keeps gathering to showcase the application of service design in Bulgaria.

This year we celebrated the Service Design Day on the 5th of June with the growing community of professionals interested in service design in Sofia, Bulgaria.

Ms. Ivelina Gadgeva, expert in inclusive design and co-founder of the Bulgarian Chapter, presented the process of designing a non-traditional kinder playground in the South park.

Ms. Eleonora Carnasa, representative of the bulgarian Chapter presented the activity of the global network and the upcoming events.

As usual, we had a mixed crowd of representatives of large companies, non-governmental sector and students.

The next event is planned for September. Stay tuned:

https://www.servicedesignbulgaria.com/

https://www.facebook.com/SDNBulgaria/

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