Service Design and CX: Friends or foes?

The wide umbrella of Design encompasses many disciplines and for service design specifically, one acronym has triggered more consternation than others: CX. The new Touchpoint Vol. 8 No. 1 takes a look at the overlap and contrasts between service design and CX and ask the question: “Are they friends or foes?”.

Discover the full list of articles of this issue and flip the preview to get a sneak peek at fascinating insights on this topic!

Touchpoint Vol. 8 No. 1 is available to purchase in print and PDF format.

SDN members are able to read all articles online and download the full-issue PDF at no charge. In additional, professional and corporate/academic members enjoy the unique benefit of receiving a voucher to redeem for a free printed copy of each new Touchpoint. Become a SDN member, or upgrade your community membership to have access to all these benefits!

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