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The Most Important Experience Metric

Posted in Experience Design, Product, Service Design, and Technology

You could be measuring a ride experience at Disneyland, the driving experience of a Tesla, a medical device in the operating room – or your…

Building the Right Thing, Building it Right, Building it Fast

Posted in Agile, Business Strategy, Innovation, and Technology

Markets are changing faster than ever. We are living Moore’s Law. In 1965, Intel co-founder, Gordon Moore, noticed that the number of transistors per square…

Form Design Best Practices and Guidelines

Posted in Design, Experience Design, Technology, and Uncategorized

Every day, we fill out forms. At the office to get our work done and at home to take care of our domestic needs. Forms…

Brand Leaders Deliver Exceptional Experiences

Posted in Customer Experience, Experience Design, and Technology

“We see our customers as invited guests to a party, and we are the hosts. It’s our job every day to make every important aspect…

Before You Write Your Requirements, Create a Prototype

Posted in Agile, Design Thinking, Experience Design, and Technology

Prototype your ideas before you develop them. Use prototypes to solicit feedbacks from subject matter experts to ensure you are solving the right problem, to…

Crafting Experiences for The Enterprise

Posted in Agile, Customer Experience, Experience Design, and Technology

In 2007, I wrote an article for Pragmatic Marketer magazine entitled “Easy to Use for Whom: Defining the Customer and User Experience for Enterprise Software.”…

Death of the Password with Better Authentication Design

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

I recently attended Jared Spool’s presentation “Insecure & Unintuitive: How We Need to Fix the UX of Security.” If you haven’t heard Jared speak then…

Customer Experience, User Experience and Agile

Posted in Agile, Customer Experience, Experience Design, Product, and Technology

I was recently interviewed by Carlos Marquez, CEO at Connexa. He was looking for clarity around Agile development and the roles that Customer Experience and…

Sometimes You Need to Show the Seams: Ubiquitous, Invisible and Seamless to Seamful Design

Posted in Design, Experience Design, and Technology

Mark Weiser gave us the concepts of ubiquitous and invisible computing.  Ubiquitous – available to us anytime and everywhere – and Invisible – we don’t see…

Human-Human Interaction is Still a Thing

Posted in Service Design, Technology, and UX and Analytics

I have two assumptions: our dependency on technology is only going to increase; and the need for that technology to be ubiquitous or invisible will…

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