Just like "Science Fiction" and how it inspires, customers, researchers, scientists .. etc. This blog is an open-space for all service researchers and practitioners to narrate their views of future of services in a way that's far from our today's reality. Please feel free to submit your serfi, microserfi or to comment on posted ones.
It’s a simple, dignified, and elegant solution from Dusseldorf, Germany. It’s from 2008 and it’s a fake bus stop outside of a hospital that ‘catches’ Alzheimer’s patients. I think it is a beautiful testament to design’s ability and innate intent to humanise outcomes, let people be people from understanding and the power of conscious design to facilitate creative solutions to human problems
A dynamic virtual repository of papers, articles, tools, blog posts, and others resources available to faculty and students from the School of Design Strategies, Parsons the New School for Design, the New School university, and the service design community worldwide. It provides a main entry point through which to access service design contents, gathered from both academia and practice based sources
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