Today we're halfway through the Service Design Fringe Festival 2017! It's been an incredible, packed week so far. Twitter is the best way to watch how it unfolds if you can't make it in person - we have ambassadors at every event taking photos and tweeting.
At the party, Service Lab London launched their brand new podcast which has three episodes live already. They record their monthly meetup talks and will make them available through this channel. The festival is collaborating with them so you'll be able to hear select talks from this year's and last year's festival through their podcast.
The first three podcasts include:
- Ruby Steel from Smart Design talking about designing for Graham a man with locked in syndrome; you might have seen her work on the BBC.
- Alex Crowfoot formerly of UsTwo talking about the design processes they used to transform The Co-op.
- And the team from WAE/Globant talking about a human centred design approach to policing.
Thanks to everyone that came to the party this year - it was great to see you! We also had a VIP Rainbow themed party for the hosts, which included fruit skewers and a lot of punch.
Stay tuned for more festival insights :)