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Service Design during Perth JamWeek 3-7 June

From: user 5.
Sent on: Monday, May 13, 2013 11:31 PM
Service Design during Perth JamWeek 3-7 June

Hi Perth UXers,

A couple of months back Gary made the observation that Service Design and User Experience are two sides of the same coin. Here is your chance to see the other side of the coin.

Perth JamWeek is set for 3-7 June and it is Jam-packed with Service Design events:

Perth GovJam 4-6 June;

Rock the public sector in 48 hours (4-6 June). It kicks off on Tuesday evening and is followed by 2 days of service design doing, not talking. It is part of Global GovJam occurring simultaneously in 35+ cities and 20+ countries (

Mentor at Perth GovJam; [pdf]

Facilitate a 1 hour session to inform, challenge, inspire and propel teams to transform ideas for better public service into tangible service prototypes. It includes a private Jam 501 session with WorkPlayExperience on 3 June (WA Day Public Holiday).

Service Design Master Class 7 June;

Get insights, experience and lunch in an afternoon workshop run by service innovation and customer experience agency WorkPlayExperience.

About WorkPlayExperience

All events are facilitated by Adam Lawrence and Markus Hormess, founders of the Germany-based agency Work•Play•Experience, and co-initiators of the Global Service Jam – the largest Service Design event in the world. They specialise in the use of theatrical techniques like bodystorming (see their contribution on Service Staging in the book This is Service Design Thinking).

If you have any questions contact us at [address removed].

Until JamWeek or the next UX Perth Peter

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