Industry publication Retail TouchPoints recently did a podcast episode on the subject of pop-up stores and how their benefits can be extended past their closing date, and featured Brian Solis talking on the subject.
The blog of marketing agency Yellowstep recently did an article on tips for better understanding customer needs, quoting from Brian Solis’ thoughts on the subject.
In July 2018, I had a chance to speak in Rancho Palo Verdes at the NBJ Summit. I think I would move to the area given the opportunity. It’s a wonderful oasis in between the [INSERT ADJECTIVE/S HERE] of Southern California and the serenity of a beachside community. Before walking off stage, I noticed a graphic recording by The Sketch Effect off to my left. I missed it during my presentation, but was more than curious about what was captured…
Prophet’s Emily Schreck recently interviewed the Altimeter analysts to spotlight some of the things that we never get a chance to share, such as what we’re working on, what has our attention and what’s on the horizon. Schreck’s piece is now live. This year has been a whirlwind for Altimeter’s famed analysts; Charlene Li, Brian Solis, Susan Etlinger and Omar Akhtar. The team has published several new research reports, presented keynote speeches at top global industry conferences, and helped some…
Industry publication Simplr recently compiled a list of their 15 favorite writers in the field of customer experience (CX), citing Brian Solis’ work in particular.
iPerceptions: In-store shoppers are not satisfied with their mobile experience and more CX stories you should read
iPerceptions recently did a round-up of interesting new articles concerning customer experience (CX), citing Brian Solis’ article on the subject.
Industry website Retail Customer Experience recently wrote an article about how poor customer service impacts the retail customer experience, and extensively quoted Brian Solis’s report with Altimeter on the subject.
Emma Waldron of industry website WorthIx recently interviewed Brian Solis for their podcast, where their wide-ranging discussion included at look at data transformation and the future of the CX industry.
My last book, X: The Experience When Business Meets Design, explored the art and science of experience design. Looking beyond the disparate, but important disciplines of customer experience, brand experience, user experience, service experience, I sought to spark a creative coalescence between them…hence, “X.” It’s the letter, and more importantly, the experience, they share. Why leave experiences to chance? Why should experiences be disconnected and impersonal? Yet, for the most part, even in an era of digital transformation and machine…
iperceptions: In-store shoppers are not satisfied with their mobile experience and more CX stories you should read
The blog of marketing company iperceptions recently did a round-up of interesting customer experience articles around the web, and included Brian Solis’ essay on how brands must look beyond merely having a mobile presence.