A masters degree in service design, also referred to as master in design for service, teaches students intending to join the service industry the necessary skills to succeed. Service designing entails the learning of a service’s organization with the main goal of learning the processes involved being the improvement of the quality and the client’s satisfaction. The importance of making a service competitive cannot be overemphasized. The businesses do service improvement by comparing their services with services from firms in the same industry.
A masters degree in service design focuses on making the service as user friendly as possible; the functionality of the service is also improved. Even though the masters program is relatively new, the concepts it relies on were initially used in marketing and in management. The master program is focused on increasing the capacity of communication. Graduates of the program should expect to find work in creative and design companies as managers of design and innovation departments.
The program also insists on fieldwork and workshops because they are considered stimulating for the students and offer them the hands-on experience that prepares them for the real business environment. Before undertaking a masters degree in service design, the students are expected to learn how to think like a designer and to take some classes in culture in order to be able to apply their studies to practical real life situations.
This course allows designers from a wide range of fields – in product or environment – to specialize in service design and to approach design from a multidisciplinary ang
This course allows designers from a wide range of fields – in product or environment – to specialize in service design and to approach design from a multidisciplinary angle in order to find innovative solutions.
PROGRAMME OPENS IN SEPTEMBER 2016
Thanks to numerous partnerships with companies in the industry, and a teaching staff made up of architecture and design professionals, LISAA is widely renowned, notably by the Ministry of Culture and Communication and also by UNAID (French National Union of Interior Architecture Designers).
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The program fosters empathetic and reflective designers capable of engaging with theory and public policy. It develops the ability to deal with complexity and navigate th
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The Master in Service Design aims to build-up and to repurpose the abilities that designers already have, and support them in developing complementary skills that back th
THIS PROGRAM IS TAUGHT IN ENGLISH
The Master in Service Design aims to build-up and to repurpose the abilities that designers already have, and support them in developing complementary skills that back their work with strategic and human complexity within a service context.
What does designing for service mean? So far, academics and practitioners in service design have defined it from three major perspectives. The first focus in the field lied in orchestrating delightful and smooth online and offline experiences. This has now expanded to sensing opportunities and developing them into new arrangements for creating value with users —and multiple stakeholders. Even further, to ensure that all stakeholders participate actively in defining new practices and narratives about what is valuable. Each of those perspectives implies different mindsets, tools, and practices; that is, different skills, some of which are at the forefront of service design....
Digital technology is having a huge impact on society, economy and businesses. From planning tools to practices and processes, the role of digital technology is all perva
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The Specializing Master in Service Design was specially created in response to the growing demand for professionals specifically able to handle the complexity of designin
Masters in Service Design.
The Master in Service Design is an international training program – taught entirely in English – focused on a user-centered approach and the development of service ideas from contextual research to prototyping.
The overall idea behind the Master stems from the awareness of the significant changes that have occurred in the development and delivery of services and products by companies and public-sector organizations, and the radical impact that these changes are producing on professional skills and corporate capabilities.
It is thus essential to train professionals who can build and manage new physical and virtual patterns of service experience and interaction....