Service Safari

Published on September 5, 2018 by

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Why:

To understand service(s) interactions, touchpoints and the type(s) of service(s)

What:

A Service Safari is a design activity that helps you to understand service(s).

Time:

One to Two Hours

Materials:

Questionnaire, pen, video and audio recorder, digital camera

How:

In Small Groups

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You could focus on the specific sections of the service (eg. staff, environment), which could be done by visiting a service and using it. That way you will be able to understand how the service works and what the experience is like. When carrying out a Service Safari you should think about:

  • What different stages which make up the service
  • What people are involved in delivering the service and what they do
  • What objects you use or interact with
  • What spaces the service takes place in
  • What information is available to people
  • How people involved in delivering the service contribute to the experience

Taking photos or video-recording will help you to find out more about the service you are using.

EXTRA RESOURCES

Service Safari, Keeping Connected Design Challenge, access at https://www.hvcollege.com/documents/technology/ServiceSafariActivity.pdf

 

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