I recently attended Adaptive Path's Service Experience Conference. At today's UXers I'll share some of my take-aways, including:
- What is "Service Experience Design" vs. "UX"?
- Methods for problem framing and other methods being used in SXD
- Take-aways from talks at the conference
And let's discuss how Service Experience Design can apply to all of us at Stanford!
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Here the link to the innovation methods book I discussed:
"Innovating for People" book of methods (includes the three methods we covered: Abstract Laddering ("Why, How"), Problem Tree Analysis, Rose Thorn Bud)
And the textbook on Service design that I mentioned/quoted from: