Career outlook for service designer
Average UK salary
Currently employed in Scotland
What's it like?
Service Designers use their technical knowledge to design, test and improve the vast range of services that enrich our lives.
You could be creating logistics software that gives customers the ability to effortlessly move goods across the world or designing the latest patient-care system that assists doctors in providing world-class medical treatment.
Top 3 job tasks:
- Conducting market research to understand the needs of consumers
- Coding new service solutions that deliver a superior customer experience
- Collecting customer feedback and suggestions with the aim of further improving services
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