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Editors:Stefan Holmlid, Janne-Valtteri Nisula, Simon Clatworthy
Conference:Conference Proceedings, ServDes.2010, Exchanging Knowledge, Linköping, Sweden, 1-3 December 2010
Publication type: Conference proceedings
Issue:060
Language:English
Introduction:The Conference on Service Design and Service Innovation, ServDes, is the premier research conference for knowledge exchange within service design and service innovation. It is a bi-annual event to bring researchers and practitioners together to discuss, share and evolve the emerging discipline of service design, and design-related service innovation. Papers are double-blind peer-reviewed and published with an open access publisher. Service design as a field has established itself as a strong discipline, through efforts in practice and academia. There is a growing need for original research and possibilities for publication of research on service design. The ServDes conference is an answer to this call.

The second Service Design and Service Innovation Conference, ServDes.2010, was held in Linköping, Sweden, 1st-3rd of December. The theme of the conference was ExChanging Knowledge. ExChanging Knowledge is about investigating the fundamentals in service design and challenging the knowledge inherited from the disciplines from which service design has grown. ExChanging Knowledge refers both to integrating knowledge from other fields and the ongoing conversation between conference participants with their various roles; consultants, students, in-house designers, clients and academics.

Contents


Full Papers

060:001
Johan Blomkvist, Stefan Holmlid
Service Prototyping According to Service Design Practitioners
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060:002
Daria Cantù, Giulia Simeone
Creating Scenarios for Regional Projects: Service design for multifunctional and collaborative food networks
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060:003
Simon Clatworthy
Service innovation through touch-points: the AT-ONE touch-point cards
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060:004
Karine Freire, Daniela Sangiorgi
Service Design & Healthcare Innovation: fr0m consumption to co-production and co-creation
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060:005
Jussi Haukkamaa, Pia Yliräisänen-Seppänen, Eija Timonen
Characteristics of value co-creation in a learning environment by service design and service-dominant logic frameworks
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060:006
Daniela Sangiorgi
Transformative Services and Transformation Design
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060:007
Sandra Viña, Tuuli Mattelmäki
Spicing up public journeys – Storytelling as a design strategy
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060:008
Katarina Wetter Edman
The concept of value in design practice – an interview study
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Conceptual Papers

060:009
Robert Bau
Ten Strategy Paradoxes in Service Innovation and Design
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060:010
Katinka Bergema, Rianne Valkenburg, Maaike Kleinsmann, Cees de Bont
Exploring networked innovation; Results of an exploration and the setup of an empirical study
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060:011
Stefan Holmlid
The design value of business
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060:012
G. Teal, A. S. Macdonald, P. J. Moynihan
Adapting service design tools to facilitate interdisciplinary research collaborations
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Cases

060:013
Eva-Karin Anderman, Claes Frössén
SVID CITY MOVE
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060:014
Elin Ankerblad, Marianne Norelius
Case: Hälsokollen. Design methods for creating services that supports longterm behavioural change
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060:015
Stuart G Bailey
Case: Innovating implementation and design of services within the public sector
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060:016
Sarah Drummond, Lauren Currie
Service Design: social innovation is our motivation
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060:017
Åke Freij
Towards a practical application of innovation theory for financial services firms – a quick step from academy to tooling
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060:018
Eva-Maria Hempe, Terry Dickerson, P John Clarkson, Anthony Holland
Health and social care services for people with complex needs: The importance of context in the design process
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060:019
Marc Stickdorn, Anita Zehrer
Service Design for tourism SMEs - The concept of service design and its application on the Alpine Zoo in Innsbruck, Austria
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060:020
Erik Widmark
Plan, Design, Explore & Reflect – Customer relevance in bank services through action research
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060:021
Marco Zamarato
Alternate reality games and participatory storytelling beyond entertainment: new and more effective ways of triggering and creating communities
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Workshops

060:022
Johan Blomkvist, Stefan Holmlid, Fabian Segelström
Service Design Research: Which direction do we want it to take?
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060:023
Anders Emilson, Anna Seravalli
Workshop: Service design for social innovation: a strategic approach to strengths and weaknesses
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060:024
Simon Field
Service Architecture Review Method
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Year:2010
No. of pages:160
ISBN (print):978-91-7519-770-8
Series:Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings
ISSN (print):1650-3686
ISSN (online):1650-3740
File:http://www.ep.liu.se/ecp/060/ecp10060.pdf
Available:2012-09-20
Publisher:Linköping University Electronic Press, Linköpings universitet

REFERENCE TO THIS PAGE
Stefan Holmlid, Janne-Valtteri Nisula, Simon Clatworthy (2010). Conference Proceedings, ServDes.2010, Exchanging Knowledge, Linköping, Sweden, 1-3 December 2010 http://www.ep.liu.se/ecp_home/index.en.aspx?issue=060 (9/2/2014)