customer experiences

Micro-Interactions 2.0

by: David Armano

Tomorrow, I'm giving a talk to a global group of executives from Citi, one of our clients. I've revised "Micro-Interactions" and really feel good about the direction it's moving in.

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Is User-Friendliness a Sure Marketing Bet?

by: Yann Gourvennec

Very often, I hear people say that you have to make your end-user’s lives easier to generate a marketing success. However paved with good intentions this statement may be, I did ask myself the question whether making users’ live easier is a sustainable marketing argument for the development of a business. Here are my thoughts on this subject:

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M&T Bank - Piling on the Fees, It's a Company Easy to Hate

by: John Caddell

A funny thing happened to me at the end of April. While I was on a business trip, our personal checking account with M&T Bank dipped below zero. I didn't get back from the trip till late Friday, then the weekend came. At any rate I didn't find out about the problem till Monday, when I checked the balance on line.

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The Power Point That Made Me Cry (Because I Was Happy)

by: Karl Long

Your mileage may vary but some of the themes in this slideshow “happiness as your business model” resonate so deeply with me it literally brought tears to my eyes.

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The T5 Fiasco: Some Free Advice on Customer Engagement for BA

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'Search is Brand' as a Blogging Case Study

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What Is It about John Lewis and Nationwide?

by: Mark Rogers

Department store John Lewis have announced that whilst their rivals may be suffering, they are growing market share. The Nationwide building society has seen a surge of deposits recently, partly the effect of the Northern Rock collapse.

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TV Ads 'a Waste of Money' for the Back-in-Black Gap - Advertising Age - News

by: David Polinchock

I started to write about this article to focus on this the headline of this article TV Ads 'a Waste of Money' for the Back-in-Black Gap, 40% Jump in Profits Indicates Merchandising Initiatives Are Paying Off -- when I got to the bottom of the article where they had this to say:

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High vs. Low Design

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How Much Would You Pay for Free?

by: Ilya Vedrashko

How much would you pay to use Twitter? How about Facebook? Gmail? Would answering a simple "How much would you pay for it?" question help us to understand how the valuable is perceived differently from the disposable?

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