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Presentation by Audrey benoit & Raphaël de Robiano at the Belgian Usability Day 2008 (Brussels). more info on www.usabilityday.be

Presentation by Audrey benoit & Raphaël de Robiano at the Belgian Usability Day 2008 (Brussels). more info on www.usabilityday.be

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Brussels Airlines case study - Belgian Usability Day Brussels Airlines case study - Belgian Usability Day Presentation Transcript

  • Travel experience Brussels airlines case
  • Audrey Head of e-business at Brussels airlines www.brusselsairlines.com
  • Raphaël Communication / design / usability Information A rchitect at Emakina Blogger - ergonline.net BUD ‘07 & 08
  • Introduction
  • The experience is the brand !
  • Understand this global user experience.
  • Redesign of Brussels Airlines’ website in improving the full experience of a customer through his/her travel journey.
  • Agenda Methodology Some key findings Conclusions
  • Part 1. Methodology
  • Think > Build > Run Experience mission Content analysis Benchmark Business interviews Personas Research & insight Sitemap Zoning Navigation Wireframing Design <HTML/> User test Eyetracking
  • Think
  • Think > Business interviews Users needs Business objectives Value
  • Think > Personas Business traveller 35-50 years old Product: Bflex & Business Frequent flyer Travel early in the morning Time is money > save time Like to work during travelling (space to work, information on Wifis, Internet spots, plug computer during flight) Mobile usage (mobile checkin) Price doesn’t matter/Time table is key Fast booking – online booking – online checkin
  • Think > Experience mission Scenario 1 « We have seen promotions. We need a lowcost flight for a weekend in Prague » Scenario 2 « We have a business meeting in Lisbon on 02/11.  »
  • Think > Content analysis
  • Think > Benchmark
  • Think > Reseach & insight Google survey 2007
  • Build
  • Build > Sitemap definition 1. Enumeration 2. Categorization 3. Structuring
  • Build > Navigation definition
  • Build > Zoning Homepage & subhomepages zoning Content pages zoning
  • Build > Wireframing First proposition Validated version
  • Build > Design wireframe Design
  • Run
  • Run > User tests Heatmaps Gaze plots
  • Part 2 some key findings
  • About the Experience Mission
  • Where should I go ?
  • What time is it and when should I leave?
  • Security rules Controls, warning & prohibition
  • Waiting and queuing
        • Boarding pass
        • Check-in
        • E-ticket
        • Security check point
        • Flight number
        • Reservation number
        • B.Light
        • Miles
        • Drop off
        • Express check-in
        • Code share
    Are we all familiar with these notions ?
  • Passenger ticket Ok. And where is it? What does it mean? Is it a key information for my next steps? I don’t understand everything…
  • Step by step … Airport arrival Check in Drop off Tax free Border control Security check point Boarding gate Flight Airport depature Luggages VIP lounge Boarding
  • Discover the world again
  • Be at least two people
  • To share, analyze, look differently…
  • Take pics, screenshots, leaflets & notes
  • Analyse insights throughout 3 axes:
  • I’m booking my travel « I’m booking my travel » « I’m travelling TICKET
    • - Where is my ticket and which email should I bring to the Airport
    • - What are the next steps?
      • The check-in: which will give me my true ticket: the boarding pass
      • The weight limitation of my luggage and what I’m allowed to bring
      • When should I arrive to the airport?
    - What should I know at this step ?
  • When and how will I be in contact with Brussels Airlines?
    • Brussels Airlines has a big stand. Brussels Airlines speaks about Brussels Airlines.
    • I only receive corporate information about the company
    • It doesn’t answer to my questions: Where to go ? How much ? When ?
    At the Brussels Travel show 2008
  • More than 17 different product names B light Blight Economy B.light economy economy Blight economy – B flex Business class Economy Class Bflex Economy + B flex Economy B.flex or Business Business B Economy Economy B Business BFlex Business BFlex Privilege gold B Flex Privilege platinium
  • Your mission  to identify
    • Divergences
    • Unconsistencies
    • Weaknesses
    • Moment of truth
    • and all the opportunities the website could help to improve the experience.
  • Moments of truth Airport arrival Check in Drop off Tax free Border control Security check point Boarding gate Flight Airport depature Luggages VIP lounge Boarding
  • Moments of truth I have a perfume bottle, but this is too late… Airport arrival Check in Drop off Tax free Border control Security check point Boarding gate Flight Airport depature Luggages VIP lounge Boarding
  • Moments of truth
  • From the experience to the website …
  • Experience timeline I want to travel I’m booking my travel I’m travelling I’m back from my travel BEFORE DURING AFTER Find a price a destination a timetable a company D-1 ! Ticket passenger , checkin & boarding pass D+1! Miles Feedback …
  • Experience timeline to navigation I want to travel I’m booking my travel I’m travelling I’m back from my travel
  • From Timeline to Information Architecture
  • From Timeline to Information Architecture I want to travel I’m booking my travel I’m travelling I’m back from my travel
  • From Timeline to contextualization I want to travel I’m booking my travel I’m travelling I’m back from my travel
  • About user tests …
  • User tests > People & geography
  • User tests  datepicker
  • Conclusions
  • Start the earlier the better
  • Forget everything you know!
  • Collaborate with the most people as possible
  • Test
  • Keep track of results
  • An experience mission is possible for any service company
  • Don’t only think the experience, live it!
  • Thanks Questions? Remarks? Insults?