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The Service Design Show Podcast

I was delighted to pop up on leading podcast The Service Design Show recently to talk about the canvas we prepared for companies trying to navigate their situation in the aftermath of Covid-19.

Russell Clark

Russell Clark

The Service Design Show Podcast

Don’t miss https://www.youtube.com/c/servicedesignshow

I was delighted to pop up on leading podcast The Service Design Show recently to talk about the canvas we prepared for companies trying to navigate their situation in the aftermath of Covid-19.

The canvas includes a survival equation plus a few simple workshop exercises to help you map out your existing situation and push forward with positivity.

Check out the video below…

Use the crisis canvas to effectively navigate challenging times

Too much of an ordeal to listen to my voice and look at my face in the video above? I get it. You can download the canvas here: https://cutt.ly/sdbItcK

Any questions about creating digital services, business design, workshopping, Scottish football or early 80’s disco funk music, don’t hesitate to reach out to me. For all other enquiries you’re better off asking Johan Uddståhl.

Russell Clark
e. russell.clark@humblebee.se
t. +46 (0)734 359 741
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