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Globalization, Internationalization and Localization – What does all it Mean?

Posted in Culture, Customer Experience, Product, and Service Design

I get this one on a regular basis – especially working with global organizations’ product and services design and development. Here is how it breaks…

Persona Walkthrough

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

The other day I was helping a good friend and colleague with a “persona walkthrough.” A persona walkthrough is when you “walkthrough” your experience assuming…

User Experience encompasses all aspects of Your Customers interaction with Your Brand

Posted in Analytics, Brand, Business Strategy, Customer Experience, Experience Design, Product, and Service Design

User experience encompasses all aspects of the end-user’s interaction with the company, its services, and its products. It is an approach that puts the user…

Intervention Design and Iterative Prototyping

Posted in Design Thinking, Innovation, Product, and Service Design

You all know my evangelism for iterative prototyping… Well, you can imagine my joy when I saw this month’s Harvard Business Review dedicated to “The…

Learn, Anticipate and Simplify the Customer Experience across Channels with Predictive Analytics

Posted in Analytics, Customer Experience, Customer Insights, Experience Design, and Service Design

We are at the intersection of three maturing technologies: mobile devices, cloud services and big data analytics. Experience Makers collect, correlate and analyze data from their customer…

Personas, Actors, and Roles

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

Personas, actors, and roles have been around for a long time. In Greek theater, the persona referred to the “theatrical mask” – a role played…

Affective Engineering

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

Affective Engineering is akin to Emotional Design rooted in Kansei. Kansei is a Japanese word that roughly translates to sensitivity and sensibility. It links the…

Making the Complex Simple with Progressive Disclosure

Posted in Design, Design Thinking, Experience Design, and Service Design

So how do you make the complex simple? How do you accommodate a person’s first-time experience from their familiar routine from their advance experts needs?…

SDL Innovate 2014 Keynote Session – The Customer Experience Revolution

Posted in Books, Brand, Conference, Customer Experience, Customer Insights, Experience Design, Innovation, Leadership, and Service Design

Jeofrey and I shared our aggregate views of what makes the best customer experience companies better, different, more profitable and sustainable at the SDL Innovate…

Design Thinking is the Key to Innovation

Posted in Design, Design Thinking, Experience Design, and Service Design

In a not-so-recent HBR article on Design Thinking, Tim Brown reminds us that “…innovation is powered by a thorough understanding, through direct observation, of what…

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