Why user experience is more important than marketing
by Optimal Usability on Nov 27, 2011
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Every time we run a breakfast briefing we get the same feedback – “I wish my boss was here!” ...
Every time we run a breakfast briefing we get the same feedback – “I wish my boss was here!”
When Fly Buys asked us to speak at their national conference earlier this month, we saw the perfect opportunity to present a clear argument for why organisations need to treat the user experience as their number one priority. In other words, we think we’ve finally put together the presentation you’ve been asking for!
So grab your boss, come along and hear:
How widespread broadband, smart phones and social media is fracturing our attention and driving us to abandon traditional touchpoints (like stores and call centres) for emerging touchpoints (like Facebook and apps)
Why many consumers use more than one touchpoint to make a purchase, even though they are less satisfied as a result
How people are becoming less tolerant of poor service and why many organisations struggle to see it
How loyalty (not customer satisfaction or NPS) is the best predictor for revenue growth, and how you can increase it
The key to creating great user experiences – it’s Design with a capital D
Stories of New Zealand innovation – including more examples of real projects than you would have heard at any other Optimal Usability presentation
Even if you can’t get the boss to come and are already convinced about the importance of the user experience, it’ll be worthwhile attending to hear the latest user experience statistics from New Zealand, Europe and the US.
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