On April 16th I ran a ‘sold-out /packed to the rafters’ public workshop with Marc Stickdorn, co-author of This is Service Design Thinking (BIS) and This is Service Design Doing (O’Reilly) and CEO of More than Metrics in Dublin’s Dogpatch Lab.
It was a really great day, with a fantastic crowd of attendees from consultancies, public service, startups, Fintech, Healthcare and probably a few more that I’m forgetting.
New workshop: Customer Mapping Essentials with Gerry Scullion Date 17th September Where WeWork Charlemont, Dublin 2 Book tickets
On October 5th and 6th, I’ll not only be attending Service Design Days in Barcelona but will also be hosting the 2-day conference. It’s such an honour to have been asked, and am seriously looking forward to it. I’ll be on stage for the full two days, leading the conversation and welcoming and closing each talk.
Gerry has been confirmed as a speaker at UX Australia 2017 in Sydney. He will be speaking about ‘Designing for Vulnerable Children’ regarding the work that he has been doing for the NSW Department of Justice over the last 12-18 months.
Gerry has been confirmed as at Product Camp Dublin 2017 in Dublin, Ireland. He will be speaking about ‘How Service Design and Product Management can co-exist’ something some of you may have seen the early seeds of this presentation in 2016 at Product Talks at Brainmates, Sydney.
We are delighted to be hosting and sponsoring a new Breakfast Podcast session, ThisisHCD.com in our offices once a month.
The format is a little bit different to the traditional MeetUp type event that you might be more familiar with. The structure of this event is aimed at creating a more diverse and inclusive conversation between people entering the industry and more established design talent. 4 people will be selected to attend. The conversation over a beautiful breakfast will be recorded and shared out to the wider community a few days later.
Only 3-4 people will be selected to attend plus a selected Guest each month. The conversation over a beautiful breakfast will be recorded and shared out to the wider community a few days later.
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