Service design is quite an analogue craft. We value real human to human interaction, a lot! And be honest nothing beats a physical prototype right?
But sometimes circumstances don’t allow you to be physically present with the people you’re design with and for. Maybe you working in cross country team or… a virus prevents you from leaving home.
Continue reading “The Best Tools for Remote Collaboration in Service Design”
If you want to get hired as a service designer, you need to be able to effectively communicate your skills and who you are as a designer.
I’ll explain what I look for in portfolios when hiring new staff at our studio, and what separates the people that do get hired from the ones that don’t.
Continue reading “Crafting a Design Portfolio that gets you hired”
You and I know that service design creates lots of value. But often, it’s not easy to “prove” that upfront to our clients, especially clients with a focus on short-term results.
This can significantly slow down the pace at which you make an impact.
Continue reading “How to make the business case for Service Design?”
You want to pursue a career as a service designer, as a freelancer within an agency or maybe at your current job. But you’re wondering, where do I start?
Well, I have three tips to help kick start your service design career, even without formal training or years of hands-on experience.
Continue reading “How to kick start your Service Design career”