If you haven’t guessed, we’re pretty passionate about service design. We believe in the impact it can have on delivering great experiences for people. It can help business find a competitive advantage and support public services and non-profits to serve people in the best way possible.

So Morgan and I along with our colleague Trent Haus have founded a Saskatchewan chapter for the Service Design Network (SDN). SDN looks to “connect people with like-minded passionate service designers from companies, agencies, universities and with curious innovators who embrace and apply this approach for the better of their organizations and for people.”

Our intent is to leverage this great network of people, resources, case studies and events to help promote the growth of service design in Saskatchewan.

We want people to understand, learn, advocate and improve their practice of service design within the province. We know we have passionate and talented people here and we want to see that grow. We believe SDN is a great vehicle for that.

So take the time to check out SDN. We recommend becoming a member. It has a wealth of information and support to help you provide great experiences, whether they’re internally or externally.

Also, be sure to follow SDN Saskatchewan on Twitter and on LinkedIn. This is the best way to stay up to date on the events and happenings of the chapter.