Keys have been largely unchanged in the past centuries until the last decade with key fobs, NFC chips, and now Bluetooth 4.0 changing the way we unlock our possessions.
Once Halloween hits, it’s pretty safe to assume that until Valentines Day (or maybe even Easter) there is an unending supply of holidays, holiday marketing, and food.
Getting emails from retailers can get annoying. You order one item and pretty soon you’re receiving emails on everything they have in the store. Maybe you were only interested in shoes, and now you are getting all-inclusive emails about jeans, dishtowels, and the trendiest carpet for your living room. These items are irrelevant to you and thus unwelcome in your inbox.
Previous Blog Entries Posted in Customer Experience
June 23, 2013 | Lee Schwartz: Discovery Sessions Done Right
Lately it feels like I’ve done more discovery than Ferdinand Magellan. (And just to one-up the legendary explorer, I actually survived it all.)
May 31, 2013 | Suzy Rokke: Project Management Challenge
I’m taking a break from providing helpful hints and how-to’s to ask Project Managers to look at reality for a moment and challenge themselves.
May 28, 2013 | Lynlee Espeseth: Marketing Financial Services To Women Can Work: Here’s Proof
There has been a lot of talk lately about how financial institutions can better serve women. Women are financially more powerful than ever, yet banks, lenders, financial …More...
April 30, 2013 | Dean Froslie: The Characteristics of Effective Personas
What’s our ideal persona approach? Here are my most critical characteristics for any persona effort.
April 29, 2013 | Lynlee Espeseth: Surveys: The Perfect Time to Optimize Your Content For Mobile
A couple of weeks ago, I took my car in for some work at a Toyota dealership in Denver. At the dealership I was assigned a customer …More...
April 26, 2013 | Lynlee Espeseth: The 2013 “Women, Money, and Power” Survey: Good News For Some, A Wake Up Call For Others
Allianz Life Insurance Company recently released their 2013 “Women, Money, and Power” study. Their results have implications that should be seen as good news by businesses selling …More...