Lean Service Design
A canvas based approach to a customer centered and business driven service design.
LSD brings structure to service design.
Innovate faster and grow business.
Download all canvases
Lean Service Design is based on a series of canvases that walk you and your team through the service design process. They are all available as PDF for free. Just download it and start creating successful services and products.
In 5 simple steps
From purpose to experiment
Lean Service Design is based on lean principles. It helps you to sharpen the purpose of your project and identify opportunities. From there you and you team can generate ideas and translate them into concrete experiments.
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Book a Training
04. November 2019
Tel Aviv Session: Lean Service Design Workshop
@UX Salon CX from 04.11 to 06.11 2019
30. January 2020
Lean Service Training
08:30 - 17:30, Atfront AG Zurich
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The Lean Service Design Sprint
Do you want to making fast progress with innovation and service design? Do an entire Lean Service Design cycle in only one week. Get together with the creators of LSD, create ideas and test them in a short time to get evidence which ideas are the most promising. Make it happen and get a quote now!
Others about Lean Service Design
Director Digital Solutions & Chief Product Owner
Sonova AG, Switzerland
"We are using the Lean Service Design Framework with Atfront now for about two years. It always helps us to focus on the relevant questions throughout the whole project and to keep the interdisciplinary team aligned."
Andre de Goeij
Sr. Director, Product Managment and Strategic Initiatives
Unitron Global, Canada
"It was not the first time, I’ve used the methodology Atfront used, but I have to admit it was well run with input from different stakeholders and teams with member of different parts of the business. The biggest achievement was that the output was really a different take on the complete sales process and described a more consumer centric experience, this will help us to guide our initiatives in the near and longer term horizon."