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Watch: The Future of Experience Design – exploring the need for human-centered experiences

Watch: The Future of Experience Design – exploring the need for human-centered experiences

Via Itamar Medeiros Brian Solis explores the need for human-centered experiences and aims to help executives shift mindsets toward the future. While everyone talks about Customer Experience (CX) as the new black, most companies miss the real opportunity to be customer-centric. They don’t actually think about experiences from the perspective of the people they want to reach. Customers are evolving. Business processes and mindsets are not keeping up. As a result, they’re limited in the ability to design experiences that…

Brian Solis to Deliver Visionary Keynote at HIMSS22

Brian Solis to Deliver Visionary Keynote at HIMSS22

HIMSS will feature Brian Solis as a visionary keynote speaker at HIMSS22 Re-Imagine Health event in Orlando. Brian will share a reimagined view of patient and caregiver experience through the lens of design and experience innovation. Visionary Keynote: The Future of Patient Experience & Innovative Experience Design in Healthcare Monday, March 14 at 3:50 PM – 4:15 PM EDT Human beings crave special experiences. Yet, as patients, we tolerate mediocrity.  In a world disrupted by a global pandemic, the one…

The Future of Brand is Shaped by the Experiences Customers and Employees Have and Share

The Future of Brand is Shaped by the Experiences Customers and Employees Have and Share

Have you ever read a review of a restaurant before making reservations? Have you ever read a review of product before making a purchase? Have you ever read a review of a company before deciding to take a job? Have you ever watched Youtube videos or asked your network aka hive mind for input regarding any of the above. Of course you have. You’re a normal personal living in an incredibly connected world where information, maybe too much of it,…

Designing for Digital-First Customers: Focus on Experience as a Driver for Breakthrough Innovation

Designing for Digital-First Customers: Focus on Experience as a Driver for Breakthrough Innovation

Experience design and innovation are key differentiators and beacons for the way forward – especially in these times of disruption. While it’s counterintuitive to think about investments when everyone else is exploring cost-cutting, this is exactly the time to break new ground. Those who study customer dynamics, needs, emotions, and aspirations to reveal meaningful and empathetic ways to innovate will succeed in business and in customer relationships. That’s power, and urgency, of designing human-centered experiences. The challenge lies in breaking…

10 Quotes to Enrich Your Customer Experience

10 Quotes to Enrich Your Customer Experience

Mercí Thierry Spencer Transcript in French (via Google Translate): rien de tel qu’une bonne situation pour s’inspirer et partager des convictions autour de soi je vous propose une sélection de dix citations pour enrichir votre expérience client les gens ne se souviennent pas toujours de ce que vous dites ni même de ce que vous faites mais ils se souviennent toujours de ce que vous leur avez fait ressentir my angel ou écrivaine poétesse actrice et militante américaine ne pensais…

Brian Solis Discusses Voice Remote and Return on Experience In Interview by theCUBE! On Comcast Innovation Day

Brian Solis Discusses Voice Remote and Return on Experience In Interview by theCUBE! On Comcast Innovation Day

Solis sat down for a 12-minute interview with Jeff Frick of theCUBE at the Comcast Silicon Valley Innovation Center in Sunnyvale, CA. Their chat was centered around “customer experience day,” a gathering of Comcast executives and thought leaders in the customer experience base. Some Solis quotes from the interview: “Today’s conversation has been a spotlight on what’s most important, most important, which is innovation not for the sake of innovation, but innovation for the sake of pushing the customer experience…

Consumers Don’t Want Products And Services, They Want Experiences

Consumers Don’t Want Products And Services, They Want Experiences

    Following my presentation at Adobe Summit, I sat down with CMO.com‘s Giselle Abramovich (also my dear friend) back stage to discuss the importance of experience design and the future of brand in a digital economy. I also got to share the inspiration behind, X: The Experience When Business Meets Design. In this in-depth interview, we also explored my research, work and ideas about how every company should re-imagine brand for an era of digital Darwinism. The questions and answers cover…

Innovation Starts When You Step Outside Your Comfort Zone

Innovation Starts When You Step Outside Your Comfort Zone

Chase Jarvis is a long-time friend. A real friend. He’s also someone I deeply admire. His talents as a photographer, online persona, speaker, director and human being are raw and next level (check out his new book Creative Calling!) A few years ago, we spent some time together in Austin to talk about innovation and experience design. To this day, it is still one of my all-time favorite conversations. One of the reasons I’m sharing this post after all this…

Solving for X: The Rise of Experience Innovation

Solving for X: The Rise of Experience Innovation

I’ve known Judith Aquino for several years now. Her work in customer experience is extensive and her connections in the space are deep. Shortly after the release of X: The Experience When Business Meets Design, I caught up with Judith to talk about the rise of experience innovation. She published our conversation in Customer Strategist, and I was able to get a downloadable PDF as well. I wanted to share our conversation with you… Solving for X: Why the Future…

Chase Jarvis – BRIAN SOLIS: IT’S NOT GOOD ENOUGH TO BE GOOD ENOUGH

Chase Jarvis – BRIAN SOLIS: IT’S NOT GOOD ENOUGH TO BE GOOD ENOUGH

Today on the podcast,

How to take inspiration from brands, people and products that are outside your industry– for example, as Brian says Starbucks isn’t looking to other coffee companies for inspiration
We address the common misconception that innovation is synonymous with technology, and why innovation is really about understanding people- their behavior, their preferences – and finding a way to give it to them
Brian says that simply asking “why” is one of the best ways for us to uncover friction points and get rid of them. It’s such a simple question, but so powerful.
Enjoy!

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