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How to improve UX with service design tools

How to improve UX with service design tools | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it
How can we take the principles of design and stretch them to examine the intangible aspects of UX?

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If you are interested about using Service Design tools like Service Blueprint for your IT project, I advice you this article Putting the Customer Back in the Center of SOA with Service Design and User-Centered Design http://publications.hevs.ch/index.php/publications/show/1562

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10 examples of website mockups with fullscreen backgrounds

10 examples of website mockups with fullscreen backgrounds | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it

Fullscreen background images are a way to send a powerful message in web design. Whether you want your user to feel an atmosphere, to have a message they can’t miss, or simply to make your website more beautiful, fullscreen backgrounds are the way to go. In this post we have some inspiration of designers mockups that found how to do it the right way.


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, July 3, 2:16 AM
Creativity with your coffee. Impressive website designs!
LaurentHinard's curator insight, July 3, 5:09 AM

Very impressive Web Design!

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AÑADA su visión ...

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Le design des services au cœur de la ville de demain

Le design des services au cœur de la ville de demain | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it
Alors que la ville cherche à se réinventer pour répondre aux attentes de plus en plus fortes de ses habitants tout en faisant face aux grands enjeux du XXIème siècle, le design de services apparaît comme une notion incontournable. Articulant nouveaux usages, technologies numériques et implication des acteurs, il permet déjà de concevoir les services de la ville de demain.

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Customisation takes off as Hem launches online service in US

Customisation takes off as Hem launches online service in US | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it
Design brand Hem is to launch its online furniture customisation service in the USA, amid signs that mass customisation is becoming big business
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Material Design de Google, une formalisation de la conception

Material Design de Google, une formalisation de la conception | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it
Vous en avez entendu parler ? Google Material Design, le guide de conception d’interface responsive du géant américain. Brièvement,

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Le Design Thinking, vecteur d’innovation

Le Design Thinking, vecteur d’innovation | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it

Pour faire simple, c’est l’application de la philosophie et de la méthodologie de l’univers des designers à des domaines extérieurs. C’est un mode de pensée qu’on peut par exemple appliquer à la gestion de projet.

Il implique de ne pas considérer le design comme un aspect secondaire mais plutôt comme un aspect stratégique de l’entreprise. Il est introduit à tous les niveaux de la structure et influence chaque décision, chaque processus.

Le Design Thinking est une méthode structurée. En fonction des interprétations, il existe 4, 5 ou 7 étapes qui construisent la philosophie de conception. 


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Uber’s Most Important Innovation Isn’t A Car Service: It’s the Pricing Algorithm

Uber’s Most Important Innovation Isn’t A Car Service: It’s the Pricing Algorithm | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it
Uber’s most important innovation is the way it prices its services. But that innovation has not been unreservedly welcomed by customers. They’re wrong.
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Smart Service Systems, Human-Centered Service Systems, and the Mission of Service Science

Smart Service Systems, Human-Centered Service Systems, and the Mission of Service Science | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it
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Design Ethnography poster

Design Ethnography poster | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it
Here's a photo of the poster we presented two weeks ago at the European
Academy of Design Conference in Paris. It's based on a research project
conducted at HEAD – Genève which led to this book (we're working on a
second edition). The diagrams depicts the different profiles of designers
(regarding the way to carry out field research in their projects) and the
set of steps they go through (from producing data to analyzing them and
creating design elements out of it). This is the type of pro
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Customer Journey Map or Service Blueprint?

Customer Journey Map or Service Blueprint? | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it

If you have a hammer, everything is a nail. If you have a service blueprint, everything is a detail to be nailed down, even if those details don’t contribute to your ultimate goal. To design and deploy services, it’s crucial to have both journey maps and service blueprints in your tool kit. This post will help you determine which tool is right for the job. 

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Testing Content on Websites

When evaluating content on websites, you may need to make adjustments to traditional user research techniques to get deep-level insights and to ensure valid results.
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Le design de services… au service de l’expérience client!

Le design de services… au service de l’expérience client! | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it
Le design de services invite à développer des occasions d’innovation et d’amélioration du service en adoptant une approche centrée sur l’utilisateur. Il permet aux entreprises d’améliorer l’expérience du client tout au long de son parcours.
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10 of the Best UX Infographics

10 of the Best UX Infographics | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it
Sometimes, as the old saying goes, pictures really do tell 1000 words. And if that’s the case, what’s better than a picture with 1000 words included on it?

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Banish the Hamburger Menu, Adopt Pizza Menus

Banish the Hamburger Menu, Adopt Pizza Menus | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it
'Hamburger' menus have some usability problems in mobile designs and many problems on desktop. A bold new design solves these flaws.
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Design Principles: Compositional Balance, Symmetry And Asymmetry

Design Principles: Compositional Balance, Symmetry And Asymmetry | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it
Steven Bradley explains how to archive a balanced composition that feels aesthetically pleasing and where everything fits together in a seamless whole.

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Co-Creation: Finding The Cubed Factor For Customer Experience (CX)

Co-Creation: Finding The Cubed Factor For Customer Experience (CX) | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it

The idea that markets are conversations has been around for at least 15 years. However, few companies really understand or actually benefit from the practice of listening to and engaging with their customers. Rigid structures, inability to react and fear of change create a pause in […]

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Michael Ravensbergen's curator insight, July 5, 7:47 AM

Engaging your customer experiences!!

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The Roots of Minimalism in Web Design

The Roots of Minimalism in Web Design | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it
Many popular web-design trends originate in minimalism, a movement that aims to reduce information overload by presenting content in its simplest form.
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Introducing Usability Matters’ Service Design Heuristics

Introducing Usability Matters’ Service Design Heuristics | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it
Attention friends, followers, designers and believers! We’re delighted to introduce a Service Design tool we have been developing at Usability Matters. Following in the interaction design footsteps of giants such as Jakob Nielsen, and others who have worked on usability heuristics for interface design, we set out to create a set of broad principles for continue reading...
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DeSID report examines the growth of service design

DeSID report examines the growth of service design | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it
A much needed recent report Design for Service Innovation & Development (DeSID) takes a rigorous look at service design through six case studies and a survey of 49 design agencies internationally.
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The Design Economy primer: how design is revolutionising health, business, cities and government

The Design Economy primer: how design is revolutionising health, business, cities and government | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it
This article is part of The Design Economy series.

Asked recently what she saw as the single greatest driver of social change, Melinda Gates of the Gates Foundation replied: “Design.”
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Support méthodologique aux expérimentations par le design de service

Support méthodologique aux expérimentations par le design de service | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it

"La Mairie a formalisé une approche méthodologique de « Design de Service » au service des expérimentations et des projets, qu’ils soient portés par des services internes de la Mairie ou par des acteurs externes (associations ou entreprises)."


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Design Innovation's curator insight, May 21, 4:02 AM

Montpellier, ville résolument "orientée usagers"

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5 Ridiculously Common Misconceptions about UX

5 Ridiculously Common Misconceptions about UX | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it
Is UX just a trendy name for UI? What's the difference? Usman debunks the five most common misconceptions about UX.
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What user researchers can learn from Sherlock Holmes

What user researchers can learn from Sherlock Holmes | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it
If you want to become a better researcher you should learn to think like a detective.
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Merging Service Design with User Experience Design – Pt. 1: The Idea

Merging Service Design with User Experience Design – Pt. 1: The Idea | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it
A new design process is required to meet human needs in a world of exponential technological growth and a constant increase in customer expectations...
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Balsamiq 3 est sorti !

Balsamiq 3 est sorti ! | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it
Et ce n'est pas un poisson d'avril ! Donc oui, balsamiq est en version 3 avec des nouveautés mais pas trop. Ça reste ce que ça a toujours été : un outil simple
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An Innovative Approach to Customer Experience Design

An Innovative Approach to Customer Experience Design | Service Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction and many more | Scoop.it
recognise that the critical success factor in the future will be to put customers first. And to put customer experience delivery front-and-centre within their business. However, to achieve commercially sustainable growth, there’s more to it than just selling a product or service. Here's a fresh, innovative approach to Customer Experience Design.

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CSL's curator insight, April 1, 6:51 PM

Does your company focus on the #CX? See how you can be innovative with your #ServiceDesign.

CIM Academy's curator insight, April 8, 5:46 AM

This article suggests a few helpful tips to help you improve your customer experience.

BD's curator insight, April 9, 4:53 AM

Retail banking would benefit from this approach, if only to explore service design across disciplines. The four elements of a Super-ordinate proposition are:

  1. A valued transactional proposition
  2. Your service design
  3. Your service style
  4. Moments of Truth