One year ago we started this journey to practical service design. At the time, we were yearning for community, for a more practical methodology for applying service design to the context of our jobs. We started out at the beginning like many of you, not knowing a damn thing about how to actually do service design, and through collaboration and partnership we’ve figured some things out along the way.
The Adaptive Path Service Experience Conference 2015 is here, and I am co-hosting a innovative and inspiring workshop on Practical Service Blueprinting you won’t want to miss. This is a training workshop, you’ll leave armed with a whole new method and mindset to bring service design and service blueprinting to your organizations right away.
Disclosure: I was given a Fluidstance Balance Board by the Fluidstance company and asked to do a review. This is my objective review. I love ergonomics. I have a lot of reasons to need it as a computer person, and I’ve got all the fixins. Also, I have pathologically flat feet. I don’t have an arch at all, in fact I have the opposite. The weight of my body basically rests where the arch should be, causes me constant pain in my feet and ankles, and has been a lifelong bane of my existence. I can only walk around a […]