Come Jam with us!
48 Hours to save the world!
Challenge your thinking and build your creative confidence. Join in with interdisciplinary jammers from Berlin and all over the world!
Corona forced us to postpone our March Jam, but we're coming back with a new concept: The Satellite Jam!
Participants will be split into groups like before, but this year, each group will get their own location (locations will all be within walking distance in Kreuzkolln 10967 Berlin). Groups will be limited to 5 persons + 1 coach to permit social distancing. We will stream all of the instructions and meetings to your location, and we will deliver food and snacks directly to you.
Service Jam Berlin
In a spirit of experimentation, co-operation and friendly competition, teams will have 48 hours to develop brand new services inspired by a shared theme.
The Service Jam Berlin is part of this global event and will be open for around 40+ service design enthusiasts who are eager to learn new methods and tools and share their experiences.
A design jam can best be explained when it is compared to a music jam. For music jams people with various skills come together to play music. It is all about playing with each other, creating a unique atmosphere and learning from each other. The goal is not so much to produce a fantastic studio album. As an outcome some music jammers will form a band after the jam, others simply learned new ways of playing music.
A design jam is very similar. Design professionals and people interested in the topic come together to work on a challenge for 48 hours. Even though the jam will be based on a user-centered design approach, there are no set rules on how to solve the challenge. The final outcome can be a scenario for a service concept, a physical prototype for a product, a movie and so on.
Jam Berlin is a non-profit gang of international service design aficionados who all share a common belief that collaborative tools and design processes can be used to create positive change.
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Or read even more:
or, read Vieran's, one of our great participant's Service Jam experience in 'Surviving a creative hangover: Global Service Jam 2016'.
And, from another host partner, Fjord Berlin has summed up our jam at their office in 'Global Service Jam at Fjord Berlin'