SERVICE DESIGN MASTERCLASS – MANCHESTER

Venue

Thoughtworks

4th Floor, Federation House 2 Federation Street, M44BF

GB, M44BF

About this course

In this intense 5 day masterclass  you wil learn about how to design and transform services in the experience economy. We teach you how to use a range of tools and methods that can be applied by teams to solve complex challenges in the design and development of innovative services in the experience economy. This masterclass is an advanced class that is focused on learning the principles of service design and service design practices in transforming orgnaisations using design thinking, innovation, collaborative practices. We teach you how to apply agile methods to deliver impactful change that is both strategic and tractical.

Why do this course

This course will give you a working knowledge of how service design can be applied to develop a transformation strategy and how to devlier fast-wins in your day-to-day job that demand teams unleash their expertise by working collaboratively to deal with complex service design challenges. This course is concerned with advanced concepts in service design thinking and using tried-and-tested tools used by the world’s leading organisations. The course will teach you how to:

  • Plan and work with customers using advanced research techniques.
  • Use data to develop data informed strategies.
  • Plan and undertake service safaris and heuristic reviews of services.
  • Identify painpoints in services to identify how an organisation, its people and processes can be optimised.
  • Develop value propositions and new business models.
  • Use different ways to model and communicate information and plan how to transform services working with stakeholders.
  • Develop service journey maps and blueprint serivces and their touchpoints.
  • Identify new roles and actors in services.
  • Prototype and test services.
  • Scale services and develop roadmaps using agile approaches

Course Outline

Day 1

01 Introduction to Service Design | What is service design? Why use service design? Who uses service design?

02 Aligning Stakeholders | What’s on My Radar | Stakeholder Maps | Needs Statements

03 Users and Ethnographic Research | Methods: Service Safaris | Interviewing | Heuristic Reviews

Day 2

04 Empathy and Journey Maps | Methods: Empathy Maps | As-is-Scenario Maps

05 Problem Framing | Methods: Problem Statements Starters (How Might We…)

06 Value Proposations | Value Proposition Canvas

Day 3

07 Ideation | Methods: Big Ideas | Prioritisation Grid

07 Agile Methods | Methods: Storyboarding, Epics and User Stories (Agile Methodology)

08 Working with Users | Methods: Co-Design Workshops, Feature Cards and MoSCoW Prioritisation

Day 4

09 Service Journey | Method: Touchpoint Matrix

10 Service Journey | Method: Actors Map

11 Service Journey | Method: Service Journey Canvas

12 Service Model | Methods: Service Blueprinting

Day 5

13 Prototyping Services | Prototyping Services | Methods: Evidencing | Rapid Service Prototyping | Body Storming | Paper Prototyping

14 User Testing | Methods: Resonance Testing and Think-aloud Walkthroughs

15 Business Models | Methods:  Business Model Canvas

16 Storytelling | Methods: Concept Posters and Microsites

Who is this course for?

We have aimed this at:

  • Non-designers and professionals involved in developoing and transforming services.
  • Designers that have a background in Graphics, Media, Advertsing, UX or UI Design or another design discipline.

Sectors that can benefit

Media | Advertiseing | Marketing| Education | IT | Local Government | Public Services | Financial Services | Banking | Telecoms | Utilities

Queries

To learn more about this course and our other courses in Service Design, UX and Design Thinking or to discuss a bespoke or customised workshop please call Peter Fossick on  (UK) +44 7972 905474 or request a call back (Network charges may apply depending upon you service provider)

Please note: The IXSD Academy, its agents and its associates reserve the right to make changes to the course and  its content. 

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