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Service design The internet the world

The gap between technology and trust

I’ve followed some interesting and conflicting media recently. Tony Costa writing for Forrester evangelises location technologies improving customer experience citing four recent and compelling examples. On Australian TV last night 4 Corners followed the life and online privacy of a typical Australian family to demonstrate the reach of where our data goes. Once the breadth […]

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Events Service design

Co-design in the social sphere – Sydney Design Festival

If you’re interested in co-design you should look check out the “Designing With” event series which is being held as part of the Sydney Design Festival running 3-18th August 2013. The first event will be an introduction to Social Design which promises case studies where design methods and co-design have been applied to such contexts […]

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Service design The Work Experience

22 typical change management mistakes

I love this list of 22 typical change management mistakes to avoid. There are several in this list which I think can be addressed with a human centred design approach such as: Mistake #13 – Not involving the employees Leaders must actively involve the people most affected by the change in its implementation. This will help ensure […]

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Service design

A credit card that doesn’t want you paying excess interest?

OK so this might start sounding like an advertorial real quick. I organised a 28 Degrees Master Card to use as my travel money card after reading Choice Magazine’s 2012 awards. Seems like they want to retain that customer mantle. My last email from them included a message that they will illuminate the consequences of […]

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Events Service design

The evolution of CX

Bruce Temkin spoke at the inaugural CXPA Australian meeting about the evolution of CX Management and made a rally cry for the profession to co-develop a core set of repeatable processes and procedures.

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Design Research Service design

Design research #2: 10 questions to debrief after an inquiry

Debriefing as soon as possible after your research encounter is vital. Push yourself beyond first impressions with these 10 questions.