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The Service Systems Design (SSD) research group is primarily working on service design from two different perspectives:
- A methodological perspective, which aims at defining methods and tools that can be used in the process of value co-creation and participation or for the definition of platforms, socio-technical ecosystems and interactions that would support the generation of value in services.
- A strategic perspective, which aims at redefining the role and competences of design in the social and economic transformation services can generate.
The SSD research group is contributing to the Service Design field by linking academic knowledge from other areas. More specifically, the group’s work is focused on:
- Design studies, design theory and strategic design,
- Participatory design, design anthropology and design for social change, with links to social and humanistic disciplines
- Interaction design, distributed systems and prototyping, with links to IT and Industrial Production studies
- System change and organization, which links to organization, marketing and management studies, but also to studies about urban change, policy making, and socio-technical changes.
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- The Technical Faculty of IT and Design - Business PhD
- Department of Architecture, Design and Media Technology - Business PhD
- Service Systems Design
01/05/2020 → 30/04/2023
Neuhoff, R., Dam Johansen, N. & Simeone, L., Feb 2022, (Accepted/In press) Service Design Practices for Healthcare Innovation: Paradigms, Principles, Prospects. Springer
Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceeding › Book chapter › Research
A foresight-oriented service design approach to foster longer-term thinking and sustainable practicesKulsbjerg Løgager, C., Simeone, L. & Mejía, M., 2021, European Academy of Design Conference: Safe harbours for design research.
Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceeding › Article in proceeding › Research › peer-reviewFile
Applying Theory of Change to strategy articulation cycles in design projects: Potentials and shortcomings through the Designscapes case studyDrabble, D., Simeone, L., Iacopini, G., Morelli, N. & De Götzen, A., 2021, In: Strategic Design Research Journal. 14, 2, p. 438-455
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article › Research › peer-reviewFile
Torntoft, L. K. (Creator), Zenodo, 4 Jul 2018
Pedersen, J. S. (Producer), Torntoft, L. K. (Producer), Kun, P. (Producer), Tosoni, I. (Producer), Falk, P. (Producer), Aguilar, M. (Producer), Jansson, S. (Producer), Moro, A. (Producer), Ammentorp, P. (Producer) & Kihlsten, I. (Producer), Zenodo, 2018
How to design potential solutions for a cross-country platform that leverages students’ diversity: A user-centered design approach – and its challenges
Prize: Conference prizesFile
Serafin, Stefania (Recipient), De Götzen, Amalia (Recipient), Dimitrov, S. (Recipient), Gelineck, S. (Recipient), Erkut, Cumhur (Recipient), Nilsson, Niels Christian (Recipient), Grani, F. (Recipient), Nordahl, Rolf (Recipient) & Trento, S. (Recipient), 2015
Prize: Other prizes
Nicola Morelli (Lecturer)15 Oct 2021
Activity: Talks and presentations › Talks and presentations in private or public companies
Press / Media
Louise Klitgaard Torntoft
1 item of Media coverage
Press/Media: Press / Media