Emilee Kaufman, Manager, Corporate Partnerships, Population Services International (PSI)
Mary Philips, Program Manager, Population Services International (PSI)
Missed out on Service Design Week 2017? Brought to you by our Philanthropic Partner, PSI, PSI takes a business approach to saving lives by addressing HIV/AIDS, malaria, sanitation and access to contraception in the developing world. They believe it’s time to put health care directly into the hands of consumers. When beneficiaries are treated more like consumers, when they are deeply engaged in program design and when care is brought as close to them as possible, greater health outcomes are achieved, faster.
Attendees participated in a “Design for Good” challenge. Take a look at their presentation.
Easy Service Design Techniques to Design Customer Ecosystems Beyond the CX/UX Vertical
Peter March, Director of User Experience, FCB Health
Missed out on Service Design Week 2017? Leveraging case studies and anecdotes, Peter introduced attendees to the tested tools and techniques from the field of service design that they can start using immediately to help approach the design of services in a more holistic and comprehensive way.
Take a look at his presentation.
Content, Service Design, and Customer Support
Heather Simon, Director, Service Design, AutoDesk
Missed out on Service Design Week 2017? Five years ago, Autodesk recognized a need to reinvent how they were delivering services to customers. Heather Simon, Autodesk’s first Service Design Director, was brought on to build a service design organization for this purpose. Hear Heather’s service design journey, including:
Take a look at her presentation.
Missed out on Service Design Week 2017? Human-Centered design has emerged as the industry standard for design research. But might human-centered research, by its nature of putting “the user” in the middle, be in danger of serving only part of those in need of support?
In this workshop, David Weissburg introduced the budding concept of Relationship-Centered Design. Through interactive exercises comparing various depths of design research (customers, users, humans, relationships), observe the differing research outcomes achieved dependent on the methods used. attendees walked away with a new, relationship-centered mindset for navigating the fuzzy front end of innovation.
Take a look at their presentation.