Service Design Network Learning Fest 2022

The SDNLF22 is an international virtual conference connecting the next generation of service designers. Open to all disciplines, our goal is to facilitate learning and push the boundaries of service design to foster growth, together in synergy.

We are thrilled to announce the first-ever Service Design Network Learning Fest 2022 (SDNLF22). The SDNLF22 is an international virtual conference connecting the next generation of service designers.
Happening on the 21st and 22nd of May, we want to inspire, connect, and expand the knowledge base of Service Design learners and young professionals, fostering connectivity on both an individual and communal level.

This 48-hour event showcases the amazing work and achievement of students all over the globe, serving as a platform to build personal and professional networks. Open to all disciplines, our goal is to facilitate learning and push the boundaries of service design to foster growth, together in synergy.

 

WHO CAN JOIN

  • If you are a student interested in service design, this is the place to be 
  • If you want to study service design, we offer the best overview on academic programs and their output across the world
  • If you are looking for young talents, do not miss this opportunity
  • If you are part of the general public who is curious about what service design is, join us and let us have fun exploring the field

 

REGISTER NOW

Secure your ticket for the event here.

 

WHAT TO EXPECT

  • Workshops led by professionals from sponsors/partners
  • Opportunity to meet promising students
  • Selected student project presentations
  • Exhibition space of student attendee projects
  • Stage time introducing sponsors and partner organisations

 

ARE YOU INTERESTED TO BE OUR PARTNER?

This conference is a great opportunity for organisations that are hiring service designers to show their face, network, and support young talents. We are excited to offer sponsorship packages that can be easily modified to fit your needs. If you don’t see exactly what you want, please allow us to customize a package for you! 

 

MEET THE FACES BEHIND THE FEST

The Service Design Network Learning Fest 2022 is the first student-led service design online conference. Different volunteers from all over the world join forces to make this event possible. We at the SDN are very impressed knowing the amount of dedication, energy, and commitment that they continually give for the success of this event! Their engagement and professional work are indeed commendable!

We are very happy to have these amazing young talents and see them shine!

They are the future of service design!

Jaidon Lalor
Jaidon Lalor - Project Manager

Savannah College of Art & Design United States

Jihee Hwang
Jihee Hwang - Project Manager

Köln International School of Design Germany

Wendy Zhu
Wendy Zhu - Visual and Marketing Team Lead

Walmart Global Tech United States

Sahar Nikzad
Sahar Nikzad - Experience and Concept Team Lead

Köln International School of Design Germany

Giyong Jang
Giyong Jang - Visual and Marketing Team (Social Media)

Aalto University South Korea

Reem Hinedi
Reem Hinedi - Visual and Marketing Team (Graphic Design)

Savannah College of Art & Design United States

Yeji Han
Yeji Han - Visual and Marketing Team (Graphic Design)

Savannah College of Art & Design United States

Lea Sevsek
Lea Sevsek - Visual and Marketing Team (Ambassador Program)

Köln International School of Design Germany

Yiran Wei
Yiran Wei - Visual and Marketing Team (Ambassador Program / Website)

The Netherlands

Wenqi Zhu
Wenqi Zhu - Visual and Marketing Team (Website Design)

Rice University United States

Hao Yang
Hao Yang - Visual and Marketing Team (Website Design)

University of Twente The Netherlands

Audrey Keim
Audrey Keim - Visual and Marketing Team (Blogpost)

Savannah College of Art & Design United States

Silvana Gambini Piminchumo
Silvana Gambini Piminchumo - Visual and Marketing Team Sponsor and Finance Team

Peru

Juhi Mota
Juhi Mota - Visual and Marketing Team Speaker Team

Glasgow School of Art United Kingdom

Heena Barhate
Heena Barhate - Experience and Concept Team (Experience)

SDNLF22 Volunteer

Ishita Das
Ishita Das - Experience and Concept Team (Experience)

Savannah College of Art & Design United States

Samira Toufani Asl
Samira Toufani Asl - Experience and Concept Team (Experience)

SDNLF22 Volunteer

Sayandhana Nayar
Sayandhana Nayar - Experience and Concept Team (Experience)

Glasgow School of Art United Kingdom

Chongyuan Yin
Chongyuan Yin - Experience and Concept Team (Platform)

Savannah College of Art & Design United States

Priyanka Kalaria
Priyanka Kalaria - Experience and Concept Team (Platform)

Savannah College of Art & Design United States

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