Aalto Service Factory hosts a service design research exhibition at the Aalto University School of Economics (Runeberginkatu 14-16, Helsinki) on February 3, 2012 at 12-18 during the World Design Capital open doors weekend.
Presented work includes:
Spiritualizing Spaces project – Tuuli Mattelmäki, Aalto School of Art and Design
How can storytelling approaches be applied to regenerate metro stations, urban flows and public spaces?
Benefits of service design – Tommi Moilanen, Aalto School of Art and Design
User-centered design tools – Joona Elo, Aalto School of Art and Design
Metropol project – Jani-Pekka Jokinen, Aalto School of Science
Developing a new demand responsive public transport service that offers individually tailored bus journeys with the help of a smart, real-time booking system.
The exhibition is set up in the lobby of the main building. Please also note that a “design walk” architecture event is organized in the main building of the Aalto School of Economics on Friday 3 February at 13.