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Month: April 2014

Design Thinking is a Slightly Murky Concept…

Posted in Analytics, Design, and Design Thinking

“Design thinking is a slightly murky concept that means different things to different people. At heart, though, it is about fusing the creative and open-ended…

Death to Features! Long Live Touchpoints – Interactions, Macro-Interactions and Micro-Interactions

Posted in Brand, Customer Experience, Design, Experience Design, and Service Design

As a longtime advocate of Human-Centered Design, I belong to a group of people who have been desperately trying to get folks to stop thinking…

Why there is so much Bad Design?

Posted in Books, Customer Experience, Design, Emotional Design, Experience Design, Innovation, and Service Design

I am a firm believer in the Human-Centered Design Process. So, why are there so many bad designs? Here’s why: There was never a Designer…

And One More Thing… Realizing a Vision of Innovation through Customer Experience

Posted in Culture, Customer Experience, and Innovation

“And one more thing…” is a phrase Steve Jobs famously used in making announcements of products towards the end of his presentations. Steve Jobs also…

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