I am Jaewoo Jang, a Service/Experience designer from Seoul, Korea.
I am exploring diverse areas that intersect service and experience design, brand/design strategy, project management and marketing communication to connect every layers of business, product and users to design holistic experiences.
In the New Era, boundaries of the each fields are broken, fused, and evolving. Every problem is multidimensional. That's why holistic/multi-disciplinary capabilities and experience are essential to discover and create impactful solutions for. This is why I am expanding and blending my boundaries in a unique way by gaining experience and capabilities across various fields.
Master of Service Design, Royal College of Art, London, United Kingdom, 2021 - 2023
Project/Account Manager, Samsung, Cheil Worldwide, Seoul, Korea, 2017 - 2021
BA Advertising and Public relations / Minor in Psychology
Prior to joining RCA, I honed my expertise as a project and account manager at Samsung. In this position, I was responsible for contributing to a wide range of projects spanning from research and strategic consulting to marketing campaigns, experience / space design, and project management.
Play is under attack. Despite being an essential part of childhood (and even adulthood), there is less Time to play, fewer play Spaces, restrictions on Freedom of play, and a decrease in Funding for play. A New Perspective on Play is a speculative design project that aims to inspire our project partners and champion the child’s perspective on play over the typical adult perspective.
Our intervention is set in the not-so-distant future of 2032, where a fictitious Ministry of Play is formed in response to the surfacing of deep cracks in educational and social systems.
Under the umbrella of the Ministry of Play, we explore a future where play is integrated into the daily lives of children. Here, in addition to being used as a way to explore the practical implications of their learning, play serves as a tool for children to deepen their connection to each other, their surroundings, and themselves.