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Month: December 2017

Design Thinking, Lean and Agile Better Defining Customer Problems and Solutions

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

In today’s experience economy, successful companies don’t stand out because of their efficient production or their better engineering. It is their dedication to understanding their…

The Five Phases of Customer Data-Driven Success

Posted in Customer Experience, Customer Insights, and Innovation

In The Continuum of Data-Driven Success, dear friend and colleague, Annette Franz, Founder and CEO of CX Journey, Inc. shares these five phases of customer…

Ethnographic Research is the Key to Really Understanding Your Customers’ Needs

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

Ethnography is the branch of anthropology that involves trying to understand how people live their lives. Unlike traditional market researchers, who ask specific, highly practical…

Five Tips for Non Directed Interview

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

Interviews are one of the basic methods of requirements gathering, usability testing, and task analysis. In order to remove our personal biases, expectations and opinions…

Tom Friedman’s Five Rules for Surviving our New Economy

Posted in Business Strategy, and Career Advice

From The Wall Street Journals article, Radically Open: Tom Friedman On the Future of Work,Tom Friedman, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for The New York Times and author…

2017 Designer to Developer Ratios Trends

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

One of the questions that I get all the time is “What is the best Designer to Developer ratio?” As you can imagine, this can…

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