Prague Service Jam 2020
Come jam with us and 100 other cities from around the world. You’ll design a new and inspiring service with a global theme
7 – 9th of August
Play your part in a weekend gathering of creative people designing extraordinary new services.
We'll tackle a global challenge by identifying and understanding real-world needs, ideating and prototyping concepts.
What we'll be doing
Experimenting with Service Design
You'll walk away with new methods for your service design toolkit, and create a solid service prototype with a team of fellow jammers.
Newbies and experts alike are welcome to come work, play and experiment.
Coaching from experienced mentors
We're thrilled to have a talented bunch of design thinkers as coaches. They'll help us navigate core concepts and best practices, and keep us focused on creating the unimaginable.
We'll announce the list of mentors as soon it’s final.
Collaborate, network and go wild!
The Jam is not only about intensive work. It’s also an opportunity to discuss your burning topics on service design and meet other design thinking enthusiasts.
After working hard, we believe that a small party on Saturday night will be well deserved.
Fri 7 Aug
17:30 Meet & greet
18:00 Kickoff & Introduction (pizza included)
18:30 Challenge announcement
18:45 Group formation
19:15 Problem framing
21:30 End of day 1
Sat 8 Aug
9:30 Breakfast (covered)
10:00 Full day of experiments, collaboration & prototyping
12:30 Lunch (covered)
14:00 Mentors Check-in
20:00 Dinner & drinks (voluntary)
Sun 9 Aug
10:OO Breakfast (covered)
10:30 Final wrap-up
12:30 Quick Lunch (covered)
13:15 Pimp your prototype
14:00 Prototype showcase with experts
16:00 End of the event
What you'll get
To cover expenses, we’re charging €19 per ticket. This covers everything we need to keep you inspired, creative, post-it equipped, watered and fed for a weekend.
Please contact us if you have any allergies or diet restrictions.
We'll announce the list of design thinking pioneers as soon it’s final.
Committed to empowering others to explore and design innovative customer engagements, products & services.
Vouching for a collaborative approach to design. Exploring new ways to actively involve others in all parts of the service & product design process.
UX Designer at Kiwi.com
Anthropologist & UX Researcher
Katre will help you to learn about design ethnography, user interviews, and personas.
Design Intern at IDEO
UX / Product Designer
Tales is ready to answer all your burning questions on information architecture, design thinking, wireframes and prototypes.
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Stop talking, start doing!