Want to develop your service design skills but don’t know which book will help you do that?
In this overview you’ll find over 30 of the most relevant service design books that are guaranteed to be a good investment of your time.
After going through this article, you’ll know exactly which books
really should be on your reading list if you want to become a better service designer. Continue reading
“30+ Essential Service Design Books”
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.
“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.
In my work, I see a lot of resumes and design portfolios. These design portfolios are a way to show which skills you have as a designer and prove that you have those skills. 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?”