Posted by Jawaid

Service Design

22 March 2015

Writing down your service vision and what it will look like - through design, may increase the possibility of it happening the first time 

Summary: 

Services are designed with a goal in mind, without appropriate considerations taken and due diligence. Elements to consider will focus initially on the consumers of the service and then resources required to keep the service running and sustainable.

Writing down your service vision and what it will look like - through design, may increase the possibility of it happening the first time

No two situations are the same, using comprehension and questioning to refine understanding assists with this - bringing expose, experience and education together.

 

 

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