At the Jam…

A quick overview of what to expect from a service design jam process. Animation created by Jammers in Oslo for GSDJ2012. Enjoy!

REGISTRATION FOR THE PLANET JAM

Every participant needs to register at The Planet Jam (link below). You will be uploading all the working files, and the last service prototype online. You will be guided by the Planet Jam on how to do it.

http://planet.globalservicejam.org/jammers/register

 

STAYING LEGAL
(the following materials have been compiled by our fellow Jammers in Los Angeles)

We must respect copyright on any images, films, logos, and especially music used!

Material you make at the Jam is uploaded under a Creative Commons license and stored on the Jam server. Only use materials you know are “SAFE”:

  • Material you make yourself​
  • Material which you buy online, and where you buy a license to use it (can be cheap)
  • Material published as “Public Domain”
  • Material published under an appropriate “Creative Commons” license (there are several different licenses, so please check which applies. Some require you credit the creator upon use.)

Below are some resources, but please double check Creative Commons materials to see if you need to credit the creator.

RESOURCES FOUR MUSIC

Creative Commons Legal Music for Videos​

ccMixter Music Discovery

PD Sounds (for sound effects)

Vimeo Music Store

Free Music Archive

20+ Websites to Download Creative Commons Music for Free (on hongkiat.com)

RESOURCES FOR IMAGES

PublicDomainImage.com

PublicDomainPictures.net

PublicDomainPhotos.com

Creative Commons Images on Flickr

ImageAfter

Wikimedia Commons

Photopin

Stock.Xchng

The Noun Project (for icons)

Jigsoar Icons (for icons)
TOOLS AND METHODS

Here are some Service Design Tools and Methods you can use:

Service Design Methods

CIID Tools Workshop

Designing with People

Service Design  Toolkit

Experience Mapping

Engine Group Methods

Service Design Network

Service Design Research Network

Human Centered Design Toolkits

Ideo.org HCD Connect

Ideo HCD Toolkit

Frog Collective Action Toolkit

dSchool Bootcamp Bootleg

Austin Center for Design Library

Innovating For People

Ideo Method Cards

Horizons Tools by Innovate UK

 

EVALUATION AND PRIZE CRITERIA

This is evaluation criteria for your service.

1. Be innovative

2. Create value to the society and to the world

3. Focus on user’s needs

4. Ask if a businsess can be built from your idea

Evaluation Criteria

Evaluation Criteria

 

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