Service Design Day was launched in 2016 and dedicated to service design enthusiasts. This worldwide event brings together people from different backgrounds and disciplines to raise awareness around the practice and to create impact in local communities and society-at-large.
As the world continues to grapple with the effects of the pandemic and the racial unrest facing global communities, economies and social networks, the need to rethink how we operate as a society has never been greater. The "Do Good-Give Back" Service Design Day initiative was launched last year as a catalyst for the service design community to come together to lend its services to help local communities prosper.
This year, we had over 25 international activities happening all around the world in more than 20 countries across 5 continents!
Some of the events will take place in the next few days as well.
In the past week, we have shown the world the power of service design and how it can help bring together communities even during the most challenging of times. It was so encouraging to see the enthusiasm for service design grow and that momentum continues. Because of your participation, individuals from every corner of the world, had the opportunity to see and experience the amazing potential of our practice.