To keep up with the demands of a fast-paced world, service designers need to accommodate requests and identify the right set of tools for the right set of needs. In this video, we illustrate the approach from Harmonic service designer Jeff Harris, where he explores service blueprinting to create a shared understanding and alignment.
Jeff created over ten service blueprints mapping 300 pre-established tech and policy requirements. The blueprint is one of our favorite tools for visualizing complex services and understanding the experience across multiple actors and even elephants.
Credits Story by Carol Massa, Matias Rey, and Mariah Mills Editing by Matias Rey Narrated by Mariah Mills
Rare, a non-profit dedicated to driving sustainable behavior change to benefit both nature and people, approached Harmonic Design to help them increase the adoption of three behaviors—purchase carbon offsets, contract for renewable energy, and adopt a plant-rich diet.