San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This is the SDNC13 Students Day events that will occur on the 18th November 2013.
The Students Day & PhD Day that precedes the Service Design Global Conference are a unique opportunity to meet fellow students from around the world, hear inspiring speakers and engage with the SDN headquarter.
Last year in Paris, a record amount of students connected with each other and created a powerful collaborative energy for the rest of SDNC12. Shelley Evenson, the principle ofSDN Academia Board, presented the new SDN Academia structure and students had the chance to contribute their ideas to one of the following two workstreams: Mapping outstanding service experiences, Reflecting about service definition.
|3:30pm||Welcome and Coffee|
|3:45 – 4:00||Introduction the Student event – Dr Andrew Walters|
|4:00 – 4:30||Lauren Currie, Director of SNOOK on how Service Design fits within a Design Organisation|
|4:30 – 5:00||Michelle Rose-Innes, Director of INSIGHT Service Design on Practicing Service Design|
|5:00 – 5:30||Alison Prendiville, Course Director MDes Service Design Innovation at University of the Arts London on Service Design in Academia|
|5:30 – 5:45||Coffee Break|
|5:45 – 6:15||PetchaKutchas from up to 6 PhD students|
|6:15 – 6:45||Facilitated Panel Discussion with all Speakers
|from 7:00||After the programme ends, student members of the SDN can then attend a drinks reception at PDR. Find out more here.|
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Service Design Network gGmbH
Service Design is crucial for all private and public organisations that want to innovate and improve their service strategies, offerings and the user experiences. The Service Design Network (SDN) is the platform to connect you with like-minded passionate service designers from companies, agencies and universities, and with curious innovators who embrace and apply this approach for the better of their organisations and for people.
The Service Design Network was initiated in 2004 by a group of ambitious and enthusiastic believers in the value of service design. In 2008 it was set up as a non-profit organisation acting as a forum for practitioners and academics to advance the nascent field of Service Design. Our purpose is to develop and strengthen the knowledge and expertise in the science and practise of innovation. The support of service design related networks, conferences, publications, workshops are some of the SDNs activities - but also lobbying on political and economical platforms is on the agenda of SDN.