Service design has its own set of tools and language, as with any discrete discipline. While often what is important is the intent of these methods and approaches rather than the specific words, it can be useful to build a shared understanding among practitioners and clients. In that spirit, here is a glossary of service continue reading...
The Internet has removed scarcity, meaning business models based on controlling distribution are no longer viable. Instead, the key to success is controlling access to the best customers — and that means being the best.
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In service design, this kind of framework is also valuable for assessing completed projects to find the weak links. A heuristic can apply to a single interaction as well as to the overall service eco-system. Heuristics can be applied to a single moment in time or to a user’s entire long-term relationship with a service.
Dr Dan Jenkins leads the human factors and research team at DCA Design International, working on a range of projects in domains including medical, transport, consumer goods and industrial products. Lisa Baker is a Chartered Ergonomist of the CIEHF and senior human factors researcher at DCA Design International. Here, in advance of an interactive workshop they will present at Design Council, they discuss the necessity of designing from a strong evidence base.
At Coca-Cola Global Business Services, GBS for short, we provide Finance, procurement, HR and IT services to the more than 700,000 Coca-Cola employees around the world. And just like any other service provider, we see delivering a great service experience as a vital aspect of what we do.
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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