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Patrick Quattlebaum
@ptquattlebaum
Iran Narges
@inarges
@adaptivepath
#xmapping
23 JUNE 2014
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Mapping Experiences:
Service Safaris
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INTRODUCTION
PATRICK QUATTLEBAUM
MANAGING DIRECTOR
ADAPTIVE PATH
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MELANIE HUGGINS
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
RICHLAND LIBRARY
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We’re partnering to
create more useful,
usable, and enjoyable
service experiences
for library customers
and staff.
MARGARET SULLIVAN
FOUNDER
MARGARET SULLIVAN STUDIO
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WE’RE RE-DESIGNING OUR PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENTS…
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OUR BROADER ECOSYSTEM OF CUSTOMER TOUCHPOINTS…
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AND OUR SERVICE MODEL… WHICH IS CHALLENGING AND FUN!
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Service Design
Service design applies design methods and 

craft to the definition and orchestration of 

service experiences.
Examines the operations, culture, and structure of
an organization for impact on service experience.
INTRODUCTION
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Service design can be
an activity that an
organization embraces,
that everyone can be
involved in.
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Directed Storytelling
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Experience Mapping
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Service Concepts
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Service Storming
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Service Visions
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Service Blueprints
Our objectives today
→ Introduce you to a few key service design concepts
→ Show you how to use Service Safaris to inspire your team
to create more innovative, customer-centered experiences
→ Give you a chance to try Service Storming, a method for
quickly creating service experience concepts
INTRODUCTION
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FROM TOUCHPOINTS
TO JOURNEYS
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ADAPTIVE PATH ON SERVICE DESIGN
FOCUSING ON END-TO-END EXPERIENCES
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Companies have
long emphasized
touchpoints... but this
focus distracts from
the more important
picture: the customer’s
end-to-end experience.
PHYSICAL
LIBRARY
Phone
Web
site
Marketing
Mobile
TOUCHPOINTS
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A touchpoint focus…
→ Leads to service experience fragmentation
→ Reinforces organizational structure over customer needs
→ Creates wasted investments in low value touchpoints
→ Offers customers fewer choices
→ Increases customer frustration
→ Limits innovation
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TOUCHPOINTS NEED TO WORK IN CONCERT WITH ONE OTHER
PHYSICAL
LIBRARY
Phone
Web
site
Marketing
Mobile
TOUCHPOINTS
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over time
EXPERIENCE
SERVICE
EXPERIENCES OUTSIDE
OF YOUR SERVICE CAN
INFLUENCE THE DESIGN
OF YOUR SERVICE.
JOURNEYS
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CUSTOMER
LIBRARY
-ENJOYMENT+
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EMOTIONAL JOURNEY
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PATIENT
ACTIVITIES
INFORMATION
NEEDS
Critical Moment
Patient sees Care
Provider
activities
i think i need helpstages discover what is wrong with me make me better maintain my new normal
1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
Critical Moment
Patient needs JMH
Critical Moment
Severity of condition
can determine the
tone of the journey
Redirect
Get patient on correct
path: ER/UC/PCP
May have been
directed from
routine PCP visit
Critical Moment
Patient gets diagnosis
Critical Moment
Patient gets or starts
treatment
Critical Moment
Get patient on the
road to normal
Critical Moment
Patient sees Care
Provider
Redirect
Referred to Specialist,
patient is looking to
connect with right
Care Provider for them
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+ ANXIETY
+ RELIEF
STORY ARC
The relative change in
anxiety and relief and the
range in patient stories
EXPERIENCE DRIVERS
UNDERSTANDING:
Building knowledge and clarity
REPETITION:
Multiplying the unknown
UNKNOWN:
Creating uncertainty and obscurity
STABILITY:
Progressing and sense of security
COMFORT:
Growing ease and alleviation
DOUBT:
Growing skepticism and mistrust
HIGH IMPACT
key moment
something feels
wrong
Unsure what is
wrong. Scare of
the unknown.
my needs
Validate that I
need help
key moment
decide to
get help
Confident I will get
help and hopeful that
I can get answers.
my needs
Be ready for me
key moment
monitor
treatment
Confident in my care.
Clear expectations of
what is progress.
Access to my Doctor
just in case.
my needs
Access to help
when needed.
Reassurance that
there is progress.
key moment
check-ups
Consistent access to
my Doctor. Confident
in my care and
prepared if anything
comes up.
my needs
Show me progress
key moment
see a specialist
Confident in my care
and trust in Doctor.
Empathy for my
situation.
my needs
Be my rock and hub
of information
key moment
choose
treatment option
Clear expectations of
how my life will
change with helpful
resources. Empathy
for my situation.
my needs
Understand how
this will impact me
long-term
key moment
talk to doctors
to see what is
going on
No empathy or
comfort. Feel rushed
and unimportant to
my Doctor.
my needs
Listen to me so
I can trust you
key moment
change
treatment
No set expectations of
progress. No confi-
dence in my care or
doctor.
my needs
Provide me options
key moment
get tests and
review results
No clear answer, so no
confidence in my care.
No expectations of
when we’ll know.
my needs
Need expert of my
disease to help me
Finding the right Care Provider who can act as a partner and set
clear expectations early in your journey is a key driver of overall
experience. Having access to this care is paramount.
Chronic Care
Patient Experience Map
check-ups
• Continue routine checks up and tests
• Repeat new treatments/monitoring if
needed
something feels wrong
• Having pain or onset of symptoms
• Notice a sudden change in at-home
monitoring
i think i need help
• Call Primary Doctor or a General Line
• Ask family/friends with similar symptoms
• Self diagnose
• Google triage
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2
1
2
3
4
3
4
5 7
7
10
11
12
11
12
1413
1413
8
8
9
10
9
6
5
6
decide to get help
• Go to the ER or Urgent Care Center
• Schedule a visit with Primary Doctor
talk to doctors to see what
is going on
• Explain my symptoms
• Answer questions
• Visit PCP or Specialist
get tests and review results
• Nurse or techs administers tests
• Wait
• Get referral for Specialists
see specialists
• Doctor may give initial diagnosis
• Get more referrals
• Get additional tests
• See multiple Specialists
get diagnosis
• Ask additional questions
• Hear results of the tests and what
they mean
• Learn about diagnosis and what that means
• Do my own research to validate diagnosis or
learn more
choose treatment option
• Hear treatment option(s)
• Do my own research to validate
treatment decision
get treatment
• Get initial treatment administered by
Doctor or Nurse
• Receive follow-up instructions to monitor
get prescriptions
• Start an ongoing treatment, like medication
or at home care
• Receive instructions on how to continue
ongoing treatment at home
maintain overall health
• Fix other things that are impacted by my
chronic treatment
• Exercise and diet
• Get emotional and social support
monitor treatment
• Monitor and log progress at home or
through visits
• Monitor side effects and effectiveness
change treatment
• By phone or doctor's visits
• Change or add doctors if needed
• Repeat
something feels wrong
• Symptom checker
• Google triage
• Primary care phone number for triage
i think i need help
• Where do I go for what
• Triage Phone Number
• Insurance benefits - cost/benefit of where
to go
decide to get help
• Facility address
• Time of appointment
• Phone numbers
talk to doctors to see what
is going on
• Prepared questions
• What I should tell my doctor
get tests and review results
• Tests and what they are for
• Results
• Referral for Specialist
see specialists
• Coordinated appointment with Specialist
• Managed list of who I've seen for what
get diagnosis
• Why this is happening to me
• What the diagnosis is
• Expectations of how things will change
choose treatment option
• Why this treatment
• Side effects
• What treatment will entail
get treatment
• Who to call for what
• Discharge papers and after-care instructions
• Prescription
• Doctor's note
get prescriptions
• Side effects
• Prescription information
• After-care information
maintain overall health
• Other ways my life will be impacted
• Resources to manage social and
emotional changes
check-ups
• Update on my progress
• Lab work
monitor treatment
• What to look out for
• Instructions
• Doctor’s phone number for emergency
change treatment
• Doctor’s phone number for emergency
• When to call
GET TREATMENT
"I appreciated that
he didn’t sugar
coat it, but was
still hopeful."
GET DIAGNOSIS
"You never forget this
moment, no matter how
gently your Doctor
breaks the news."
MONITOR TREATMENT
"Things seem to return to
normal and then there is
this curve ball."
CHECK-UPS
"I still don’t feel like I’ve
got the answers I need to
deal with this."
MAPPING EXPERIENCES
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Organizations must…
→ Understand their customers’ journeys to determine the
right touchpoints to create to meet their needs
→ Move their staff’s mindset from process to experiences
→ Focus on the connections between touchpoints as much
as the touchpoints themselves
→ Design how services are delivered based on a clear vision
for the customer experience
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SERVICE SAFARIS
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When you think
about service
safaris, think about
Indiana Jones.
CALLOUT
LOREM IPSUM
DOLOR SIT
AMET
CONSECTET
CALLOU
T
SWATCHES
GRAPHIC ELEMENTS
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Service Safari
Exploring service
experiences in order to
uncover better and
more innovative
approaches to meeting
customer needs.
Types of Safaris
→ Follow common scenarios of your current services
→ Experience competing services
→ Learn from analogous spaces to bring new ideas to your
organization
→ Just being a customer and paying attention to the services
that you interact with
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I’m in a store to get yogurt
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I check into Foursquare
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I get a card with instructions to register online
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Trips later, I finally go online to register
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I end up on a second website…
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I look at my card and enter my number
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(at least I think I do)
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The number looks right to me…
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I find a link to check my card balance
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I look at my card again (again)
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The number is valid
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Back to munchies.com
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But I don’t have an account!!!
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I call a (non-toll free) number
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And get voicemail!!
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13 touchpoints across store, the card, the web,
mobile, and the call center
I’m not registered. AND I DON’T HAVE FREE YOGURT.
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Revenge is a dish best served cold.
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Apple Store
RETAIL
Umpqua Bank
FINANCIAL SERVICES
Style Seat
HEALTH & BEAUTY
Marriott Hotels
HOSPITALITY
Chipotle
FOOD SERVICES
Stitch Fix
RETAIL
W Hotel
HOSPITALITY
Umpqua Bank
FINANCIAL SERVICES
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Service Experience Attributes
→ Convenient Options
→ Knowledgeable Staff
→ Proactive Expectation Setting
→ Orchestration Across Touchpoints
→ Thoughtful Attention to Detail
→ Personalization
→ Staff Personify Brand
SERVICE SAFARIS
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Being new to town with a sick son was overwhelming. Carol, the nurse that answered, was
reassuring and able to find me a doctor in the area that could see us within the hour.
All I cared about was getting him in to the doctor. Laura who greeted us was sweet and took
my information without keeping us too long. Within minutes, the nurse came out to get us.
During the visit, I realized this was the doctor for my son. On our way out, we received
information on how to access care, which has been on my refrigerator ever since.
When Carol called me back the next day to check in on us and see if I had any follow-up
questions, I knew I made the right decision.
We’ll find you something as soon as we
can. Have you given him anything to
treat the fever?
I’ve alerted the nurse that you’re here and he’ll be right
out. But first, let’s scan your insurance card and ID.
Thanks for checking in, Carol. The
doctor you found me was great!
I’m glad my friend gave me this number.
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What to Look For
→ Who do you interact with? What do they do?
→ What touchpoints do you interact with?
→ What can see, hear, feel, touch, smell?
→ What spaces do you experience and how are they
organized and presented?
→ Are there moments that were unexpected?
→ Are there moments of confusion? Delight?
→ Does the experience feel seamless? Fragmented?
→ What was your lasting impression?
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This is a list item 1
This is a list item 2
This is a list item 3
PLACEHOLDER IMAGE – REPLACE
SEEING
DOING

(ACTIONS)
FEELING

(MOTIVATIONS)
HEARING
THINKING

(FRAMING)
DEVICE
RELATIONSHIPSTIME PLACE
CONTEXT
Common Touchpoints
→ Agents of the service (front-line staff)
→ Artifacts: signage, pamphlets, computers, receipts, etc.
→ Websites, mobile sites, and apps
→ Customer service (call centers, online chat, etc)
→ Physical locations
→ Email, texts, mail, and other direct communications
→ Products
→ Other customers!
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ARTIFACT
ARTIFACT
LOCATION
ACTOR
ACTOR
ACTOR
ARTIFACT
ARTIFACT
ARTIFACT
AGENT
AGENT
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STAFF SAFARIS
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Safari #1
How do retailers use
signage to serve,
inform, and engage?
Paul Hernandez
Technology Projects and Services Coordinator
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DIGITAL MENU BOARD.
INFORMATION CAN BE
CHANGED ON THE FLY.
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DIGITAL SIGNAGE WITH TWITTER
FEEDS AND NEWS. OUTDOOR
SEATING. SPEAKERS EVERYWHERE.
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MAIN MULTISCREEN CAN BE HAVE 4
DIFFERENT VIDEO SOURCES PLAYING AT THE
SAME TIME. EX: INTERNET VIDEO, SOCIAL
MEDIA, TV, YOUR DEVICE, ETC.
Key Takeaways
→ Great flow
→ Friendly Staff
→ High Tech
→ Lots of seating
→ No pressure to buy
SAFARI #1
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Safari #2
What’s the before,
during, and after
journey to the zoo?
Roberta Phillips
Planning and Projects Manager
Before
→ Watched commercial for Zoo at home
→ Went to website to inquire about zoo hours and prices
→ Put on my sun hat, packed up my husband and traveled
→ Zoo is conveniently located within 15 minutes from our home in city
→ Arrived to find plenty of parking and even a shady spot
→ Entrance to zoo was lacking for signs and/or staff to welcome us
→ Plenty of cashiers on hand though later learned there was a wristband
program that offered access to food throughout the park for feeding
animals
→ Received map from another stand from staff though they did not offer
assistance on best routes or areas of interest
SAFARI #2
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MANY CASHIERS WERE OPEN DIDN’T
TELL US ABOUT WRISTBAND PROGRAM
THAT GAVE DISCOUNTS FOR ANIMAL
FOOD AND ATTRACTIONS IN PARK.
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INFORMATION BOOTH CREATED BARRIER.
STAFF MISSED AN OPPORTUNITY TO ENGAGE
WITH THIS FAMILY. (COULD BE WEARING
SAFARI HATS & GEAR TO DELIGHT CHILDREN.)
During
→ The gift shop was prominent feature upon entering park
→ There were a lack of signs to indicate where animals were located but
no shortage of signs for snack shops or gifts
→ Map given was black and white which would have been okay had it been
to scale, it was not very clear
→ Bathrooms were close to the entrance and were clean, drinking fountain
was cold
→ The grounds are beautiful and lush
→ Signage continued to be a problem as we navigated the park, colored
sidewalks, paw prints or just “Big Cats” this way sign would have been
the park more enjoyable (Felt like walking around in a circle)
SAFARI #2
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SAW AN ENTRANCE WITHOUT
A SIGN, WHAT’S THERE?
During
→ Gorilla house was a room with large glass wall for viewing but we didn’t
know that there were 2 other areas outside where you could view
gorillas this was accidentally discovered
→ We chatted with other customers who were very friendly but didn’t see
many staff members engage with customers
→ Good interactive exhibits included the giraffes, birds and farm animals
that could all be fed (additional cost)
→ Covered picnic area was provided for school groups
→ Some signs indicated that animals were moved for the zoo renovation
project while others were empty without explanation.
!
!
SAFARI #2
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HEY, IT’S THE FLAMINGOS…
(CAN’T SEE SIGN UNTIL YOU
ARE ALREADY THERE.)
During
→ Customer comments included the following: “I can’t see the elephants
the bushes are too high” “Watch your step” (referring to uneven
pavement)
→ Farm area was easy to navigate with Grandpa and Grandma gardens and
good displays
→ New features included Sky High Safari and Zip Line for exploring the zoo
from above
SAFARI #2
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UNEXPECTED DELIGHT:
RECYCLED ART
During
→ Crossed the bridge and saw a sign for a tram to the gardens. Waited
though we had no indication of how often the tram ran, every 15 min?
→ Tried to get a water from a vending machine (2.50) but when the water
button was pushed I received a Diet Mountain Dew (Do people really
drink this stuff? Ugh.)
→ Entered garden where signs were better than the zoo with “you are
here” indications and clear directions
→ No liter and many of the groundskeepers interacted with us!
→ In visitor center through which you access the gardens there were
promotional materials and a scavenger hunt to take on the trails
→ Much more relaxed and easy going than the zoo side
→ Did not see any trash cans on walking trails
!
SAFARI #2
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After
→ When we left the garden viewing the sign that said thanks for visiting a
staff member at the gate encouraged us to return and thanked us for
visiting. Unfortunately this exit would not lead us back to our car
→ We reentered the park and the same staff member said that in order to
access our car from there we would have to swim across the river! He
advised us to take the tram back to the zoo and exit
→ We took tram and exited the park, there was not comment from staff on
zoo side as we left
→ Walked to our car and drove home in 15 minutes
SAFARI #2
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LATER WENT BACK TO THE WEBSITE AND LEARNED
ABOUT THE ANIMALS THAT WERE BEING RELOCATED
DUE TO THE RENOVATIONS AND ALSO VIEWED THE
RENOVATION RENDERINGS.
Key Takeaways
→ We like the Botanical Garden for its ease of navigation,
beautiful gardens and friendly staff
→ The animals at the park were great but staff presence was
lacking and the welcome to the zoo was also lacking
→ Signage and wayfinding were the biggest problems and the
map was not clear
→ More focus on the animals and less on the snack and gift
shops would have been appreciated. I am sure revenue
from these venues is important but I felt that they
overshadowed the experience.
SAFARI #1
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It was very apparent that customers need to
be met where they are at instead of always
expecting them to seek out assistance. The
zoo missed some key opportunities to interact/
engage with us to make our experience both
memorable and meaningful.
The insights from safaris help:
→ Identify issues in your current services
→ Push ideation beyond “the way we normally do things”
→ Create empathy among staff for customer needs
→ Change the mindset of staff from focusing on the parts
(touchpoints) to the whole (the customer journey)
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The insights from safaris help:
→ Identify issues in your current services
→ Push ideation beyond “the way we normally do things”
→ Create empathy among staff for customer needs
→ Change the mindset of staff from focusing on the parts
(touchpoints) to the whole (the customer journey)
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SERVICE STORMING
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Service Storming
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Definition
A collaborative activity,
focused on the generation
of new service experience
concepts through acting.
SERVICE STORMING
Benefits
→ Promotes team bonding
→ Helps you think outside of the box, screen, silo
→ Levels the playing field
→ Surfaces assumptions
→ Requires no tools (quick, easy to change)
→ Lets you have fun at work!
SERVICE STORMING
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ADAPTIVE PATH | UXI
Science
Engaging in physical
expression activates
different parts of your
brain, helping you to think
in new ways.
Art
Service delivery is a
performance. If your skit
connects with the
audience, you are
probably being human.
ADAPTIVE PATH | UXI
EXERCISE #3
Service
Storming
→ Brainstorming through acting
SERVICE STORMING
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I’m a tree!
Service
START A BOOK CLUB
• Customer: Adult starting book club
• Before: Initiate the club, select books, and
prepare for first meeting
• During: Hold first meeting
• After: Between first and second meetings
Service
MOVING TO DIGITAL READING
• Customer: Adult adopting digital reading
• Before: Learning benefits and availability of
digital materials
• During: Setting up device and obtaining
digital materials
• After: Ongoing engagement and use
• Customer: Child getting first library card
• Before: Learning about library and what a
card allows you to do
• During: Applying for and getting the card
• After: Ongoing engagement and use
• Customer: Adult seeking help with job
search
• Before: Preparing for applying and
interviewing for job
• During: Job interview
• After: Post-interview
Service
FIRST LIBRARY CARD
Service
CAREER SERVICES
Inspiration
SPA
• Courteous and respectful
• Tailored to your needs
• Stress free
• Guided at every step
• Every detail matters
Inspiration
DISNEY WORLD
• Magical experiences
• Little suprises
• Playful and fun
• Choreographed
• Assertively friendly
• Guided exploration at your own pace
• Highly knowledgable staff
• Storytelling and romance
• Sample then commit
• Recommendations for your tastes
• High attention to detail
• Consultative and patient
• Advice without being prescriptive
• Tackles issues with grace
• Making the moment special
Inspiration
WINERY TASTING ROOM
Inspiration
CELEBRITY WEDDING PLANNER
SERVICES INSPIRATION
NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
Service
START A BOOK CLUB
• Customer: Adult starting book club
• Before: Initiate the club, select books, and
prepare for first meeting
• During: Hold first meeting
• After: Between first and second meetings
Service
MOVING TO DIGITAL READING
• Customer: Adult adopting digital reading
• Before: Learning benefits and availability of
digital materials
• During: Setting up device and obtaining
digital materials
• After: Ongoing engagement and use
Service
FIRST LIBRARY CARD
Service
CAREER SERVICES
• Guided at every step
• Every detail matters
• Choreographed
• Assertively friendly
• Guided exploration at your own pace
• Highly knowledgable staff
• Storytelling and romance
• Sample then commit
• Recommendations for your tastes
• High attention to detail
• Consultative and patient
• Advice without being prescriptive
• Tackles issues with grace
• Making the moment special
Inspiration
WINERY TASTING ROOM
Inspiration
CELEBRITY WEDDING PLANNER
++ = ??
NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
What if…
→ At least one touchpoint per scene.
→ Must be more than mobile, tablet, or computer.
→ Must include a face-to-face interaction with the
customer or interaction with customer service.
staffretail social phone email web mobile mailkiosk parking textsignage
10 MINUTES
Service Storm
20 MINUTES
Perform It
90 SECONDS
BEGINNING
MIDDLE
END
LIBRARY
NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
99
SERVICE STORMING
No sitting
Standing bodies tend to act 

more than sitting bodies. 

It’s physics. Look it up.
No pitching
Communicate what the service 

would feel like. Don’t try to sell 

the experience.
NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
100
SERVICE STORMING
What Did You Think?
NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
Why Service Storming?
→ It’s easy to change and you can evaluate as you go.
→ It’s very human, full of behavior, emotion, and drama.
→ You can cover the whole experience quickly, rather 

than getting caught up in the details.
→ You experienced it!
SERVICE STORMING
NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE
FINAL THOUGHTS
SWATCHES
Color Palette
RGB
248/204/43
HEX
F8CC2B
RGB
249/157/28
HEX
F99D1C
RGB
108/190/77
HEX
6CBE4D
RGB
67/184/215
HEX
43B8D7
RGB
29/120/153
HEX
1D7899
RGB
78/85/92
HEX
4E555C
RGB
45/49/53
HEX
2D3B35
RGB
230/231/232
HEX
E6E7E8
Thank YouThank You!
!
Melanie Huggins
Executive Director, Richland Library
Patrick Quattlebaum
Managing Director, Adaptive Path
Evi K. Hui
Experience Designer
Noel Johnson
Senior Program Manager
Stephanie Wilson-Wagner
Client Partner
www.adaptivepath.com
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Next Library Service Safaris

  • 2. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE INTRODUCTION
  • 3. PATRICK QUATTLEBAUM MANAGING DIRECTOR ADAPTIVE PATH NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS MELANIE HUGGINS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR RICHLAND LIBRARY
  • 4. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE We’re partnering to create more useful, usable, and enjoyable service experiences for library customers and staff. MARGARET SULLIVAN FOUNDER MARGARET SULLIVAN STUDIO
  • 5. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE WE’RE RE-DESIGNING OUR PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENTS… ADAPTIVE PATH ON SERVICE DESIGN 6
  • 6. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE OUR BROADER ECOSYSTEM OF CUSTOMER TOUCHPOINTS… ADAPTIVE PATH ON SERVICE DESIGN 7
  • 7. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE AND OUR SERVICE MODEL… WHICH IS CHALLENGING AND FUN! ADAPTIVE PATH ON SERVICE DESIGN 8
  • 8. 9 Service Design Service design applies design methods and 
 craft to the definition and orchestration of 
 service experiences. Examines the operations, culture, and structure of an organization for impact on service experience. INTRODUCTION NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 9. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE Service design can be an activity that an organization embraces, that everyone can be involved in.
  • 10. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS Directed Storytelling
  • 11. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS Experience Mapping
  • 12. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS Service Concepts
  • 13. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS Service Storming
  • 14. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS Service Visions
  • 15. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS Service Blueprints
  • 16. Our objectives today → Introduce you to a few key service design concepts → Show you how to use Service Safaris to inspire your team to create more innovative, customer-centered experiences → Give you a chance to try Service Storming, a method for quickly creating service experience concepts INTRODUCTION NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 17. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE FROM TOUCHPOINTS TO JOURNEYS
  • 18. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE ADAPTIVE PATH ON SERVICE DESIGN FOCUSING ON END-TO-END EXPERIENCES
  • 19. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE ADAPTIVE PATH ON SERVICE DESIGN Companies have long emphasized touchpoints... but this focus distracts from the more important picture: the customer’s end-to-end experience.
  • 21. A touchpoint focus… → Leads to service experience fragmentation → Reinforces organizational structure over customer needs → Creates wasted investments in low value touchpoints → Offers customers fewer choices → Increases customer frustration → Limits innovation FROM TOUCHPOINTS TO JOURNEYS NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 22. TOUCHPOINTS NEED TO WORK IN CONCERT WITH ONE OTHER
  • 24. over time EXPERIENCE SERVICE EXPERIENCES OUTSIDE OF YOUR SERVICE CAN INFLUENCE THE DESIGN OF YOUR SERVICE. JOURNEYS NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 25. CUSTOMER LIBRARY -ENJOYMENT+ NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS EMOTIONAL JOURNEY
  • 26. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE PATIENT ACTIVITIES INFORMATION NEEDS Critical Moment Patient sees Care Provider activities i think i need helpstages discover what is wrong with me make me better maintain my new normal 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Critical Moment Patient needs JMH Critical Moment Severity of condition can determine the tone of the journey Redirect Get patient on correct path: ER/UC/PCP May have been directed from routine PCP visit Critical Moment Patient gets diagnosis Critical Moment Patient gets or starts treatment Critical Moment Get patient on the road to normal Critical Moment Patient sees Care Provider Redirect Referred to Specialist, patient is looking to connect with right Care Provider for them 6 + ANXIETY + RELIEF STORY ARC The relative change in anxiety and relief and the range in patient stories EXPERIENCE DRIVERS UNDERSTANDING: Building knowledge and clarity REPETITION: Multiplying the unknown UNKNOWN: Creating uncertainty and obscurity STABILITY: Progressing and sense of security COMFORT: Growing ease and alleviation DOUBT: Growing skepticism and mistrust HIGH IMPACT key moment something feels wrong Unsure what is wrong. Scare of the unknown. my needs Validate that I need help key moment decide to get help Confident I will get help and hopeful that I can get answers. my needs Be ready for me key moment monitor treatment Confident in my care. Clear expectations of what is progress. Access to my Doctor just in case. my needs Access to help when needed. Reassurance that there is progress. key moment check-ups Consistent access to my Doctor. Confident in my care and prepared if anything comes up. my needs Show me progress key moment see a specialist Confident in my care and trust in Doctor. Empathy for my situation. my needs Be my rock and hub of information key moment choose treatment option Clear expectations of how my life will change with helpful resources. Empathy for my situation. my needs Understand how this will impact me long-term key moment talk to doctors to see what is going on No empathy or comfort. Feel rushed and unimportant to my Doctor. my needs Listen to me so I can trust you key moment change treatment No set expectations of progress. No confi- dence in my care or doctor. my needs Provide me options key moment get tests and review results No clear answer, so no confidence in my care. No expectations of when we’ll know. my needs Need expert of my disease to help me Finding the right Care Provider who can act as a partner and set clear expectations early in your journey is a key driver of overall experience. Having access to this care is paramount. Chronic Care Patient Experience Map check-ups • Continue routine checks up and tests • Repeat new treatments/monitoring if needed something feels wrong • Having pain or onset of symptoms • Notice a sudden change in at-home monitoring i think i need help • Call Primary Doctor or a General Line • Ask family/friends with similar symptoms • Self diagnose • Google triage 1 2 1 2 3 4 3 4 5 7 7 10 11 12 11 12 1413 1413 8 8 9 10 9 6 5 6 decide to get help • Go to the ER or Urgent Care Center • Schedule a visit with Primary Doctor talk to doctors to see what is going on • Explain my symptoms • Answer questions • Visit PCP or Specialist get tests and review results • Nurse or techs administers tests • Wait • Get referral for Specialists see specialists • Doctor may give initial diagnosis • Get more referrals • Get additional tests • See multiple Specialists get diagnosis • Ask additional questions • Hear results of the tests and what they mean • Learn about diagnosis and what that means • Do my own research to validate diagnosis or learn more choose treatment option • Hear treatment option(s) • Do my own research to validate treatment decision get treatment • Get initial treatment administered by Doctor or Nurse • Receive follow-up instructions to monitor get prescriptions • Start an ongoing treatment, like medication or at home care • Receive instructions on how to continue ongoing treatment at home maintain overall health • Fix other things that are impacted by my chronic treatment • Exercise and diet • Get emotional and social support monitor treatment • Monitor and log progress at home or through visits • Monitor side effects and effectiveness change treatment • By phone or doctor's visits • Change or add doctors if needed • Repeat something feels wrong • Symptom checker • Google triage • Primary care phone number for triage i think i need help • Where do I go for what • Triage Phone Number • Insurance benefits - cost/benefit of where to go decide to get help • Facility address • Time of appointment • Phone numbers talk to doctors to see what is going on • Prepared questions • What I should tell my doctor get tests and review results • Tests and what they are for • Results • Referral for Specialist see specialists • Coordinated appointment with Specialist • Managed list of who I've seen for what get diagnosis • Why this is happening to me • What the diagnosis is • Expectations of how things will change choose treatment option • Why this treatment • Side effects • What treatment will entail get treatment • Who to call for what • Discharge papers and after-care instructions • Prescription • Doctor's note get prescriptions • Side effects • Prescription information • After-care information maintain overall health • Other ways my life will be impacted • Resources to manage social and emotional changes check-ups • Update on my progress • Lab work monitor treatment • What to look out for • Instructions • Doctor’s phone number for emergency change treatment • Doctor’s phone number for emergency • When to call GET TREATMENT "I appreciated that he didn’t sugar coat it, but was still hopeful." GET DIAGNOSIS "You never forget this moment, no matter how gently your Doctor breaks the news." MONITOR TREATMENT "Things seem to return to normal and then there is this curve ball." CHECK-UPS "I still don’t feel like I’ve got the answers I need to deal with this." MAPPING EXPERIENCES ADAPTIVE PATH ON SERVICE DESIGN
  • 27. Organizations must… → Understand their customers’ journeys to determine the right touchpoints to create to meet their needs → Move their staff’s mindset from process to experiences → Focus on the connections between touchpoints as much as the touchpoints themselves → Design how services are delivered based on a clear vision for the customer experience FROM TOUCHPOINTS TO JOURNEYS NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 28. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 29. 30 When you think about service safaris, think about Indiana Jones.
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  • 33. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE Service Safari Exploring service experiences in order to uncover better and more innovative approaches to meeting customer needs.
  • 34. Types of Safaris → Follow common scenarios of your current services → Experience competing services → Learn from analogous spaces to bring new ideas to your organization → Just being a customer and paying attention to the services that you interact with SERVICE SAFARIS NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 35. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE 36NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS I’m in a store to get yogurt
  • 36. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE 37NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS I check into Foursquare
  • 37. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE 38NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS I get a card with instructions to register online
  • 38. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE 39NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS Trips later, I finally go online to register
  • 39. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE 40NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS I end up on a second website…
  • 40. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE 41NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS I look at my card and enter my number
  • 41. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE 42NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS (at least I think I do)
  • 42. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE 43NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS The number looks right to me…
  • 43. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE 44NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS I find a link to check my card balance
  • 44. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE 45NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS I look at my card again (again)
  • 45. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE 46NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS The number is valid
  • 46. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE 47NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS Back to munchies.com
  • 47. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE 48NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS But I don’t have an account!!!
  • 48. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE 49NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS I call a (non-toll free) number
  • 49. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE 50NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS And get voicemail!!
  • 50. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE 51NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS 13 touchpoints across store, the card, the web, mobile, and the call center I’m not registered. AND I DON’T HAVE FREE YOGURT.
  • 51. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE 52NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 52. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE 53NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS Revenge is a dish best served cold.
  • 53. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 54. Apple Store RETAIL Umpqua Bank FINANCIAL SERVICES Style Seat HEALTH & BEAUTY Marriott Hotels HOSPITALITY Chipotle FOOD SERVICES Stitch Fix RETAIL W Hotel HOSPITALITY Umpqua Bank FINANCIAL SERVICES
  • 55. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 56. Service Experience Attributes → Convenient Options → Knowledgeable Staff → Proactive Expectation Setting → Orchestration Across Touchpoints → Thoughtful Attention to Detail → Personalization → Staff Personify Brand SERVICE SAFARIS NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 57. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE Being new to town with a sick son was overwhelming. Carol, the nurse that answered, was reassuring and able to find me a doctor in the area that could see us within the hour. All I cared about was getting him in to the doctor. Laura who greeted us was sweet and took my information without keeping us too long. Within minutes, the nurse came out to get us. During the visit, I realized this was the doctor for my son. On our way out, we received information on how to access care, which has been on my refrigerator ever since. When Carol called me back the next day to check in on us and see if I had any follow-up questions, I knew I made the right decision. We’ll find you something as soon as we can. Have you given him anything to treat the fever? I’ve alerted the nurse that you’re here and he’ll be right out. But first, let’s scan your insurance card and ID. Thanks for checking in, Carol. The doctor you found me was great! I’m glad my friend gave me this number. NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 58. What to Look For → Who do you interact with? What do they do? → What touchpoints do you interact with? → What can see, hear, feel, touch, smell? → What spaces do you experience and how are they organized and presented? → Are there moments that were unexpected? → Are there moments of confusion? Delight? → Does the experience feel seamless? Fragmented? → What was your lasting impression? SERVICE SAFARIS NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 59. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE This is a list item 1 This is a list item 2 This is a list item 3 PLACEHOLDER IMAGE – REPLACE SEEING DOING
 (ACTIONS) FEELING
 (MOTIVATIONS) HEARING THINKING
 (FRAMING) DEVICE RELATIONSHIPSTIME PLACE CONTEXT
  • 60. Common Touchpoints → Agents of the service (front-line staff) → Artifacts: signage, pamphlets, computers, receipts, etc. → Websites, mobile sites, and apps → Customer service (call centers, online chat, etc) → Physical locations → Email, texts, mail, and other direct communications → Products → Other customers! SERVICE SAFARIS NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 61. ADAPTIVE PATH | EXPERIENCE MAPPING 62 ARTIFACT ARTIFACT LOCATION ACTOR ACTOR ACTOR ARTIFACT ARTIFACT ARTIFACT AGENT AGENT
  • 62. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE RICHLAND LIBRARY STAFF SAFARIS
  • 63. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE Safari #1 How do retailers use signage to serve, inform, and engage? Paul Hernandez Technology Projects and Services Coordinator
  • 64. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 65. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS DIGITAL MENU BOARD. INFORMATION CAN BE CHANGED ON THE FLY.
  • 66. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS DIGITAL SIGNAGE WITH TWITTER FEEDS AND NEWS. OUTDOOR SEATING. SPEAKERS EVERYWHERE.
  • 67. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 68. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS MAIN MULTISCREEN CAN BE HAVE 4 DIFFERENT VIDEO SOURCES PLAYING AT THE SAME TIME. EX: INTERNET VIDEO, SOCIAL MEDIA, TV, YOUR DEVICE, ETC.
  • 69. Key Takeaways → Great flow → Friendly Staff → High Tech → Lots of seating → No pressure to buy SAFARI #1 NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 70. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE Safari #2 What’s the before, during, and after journey to the zoo? Roberta Phillips Planning and Projects Manager
  • 71. Before → Watched commercial for Zoo at home → Went to website to inquire about zoo hours and prices → Put on my sun hat, packed up my husband and traveled → Zoo is conveniently located within 15 minutes from our home in city → Arrived to find plenty of parking and even a shady spot → Entrance to zoo was lacking for signs and/or staff to welcome us → Plenty of cashiers on hand though later learned there was a wristband program that offered access to food throughout the park for feeding animals → Received map from another stand from staff though they did not offer assistance on best routes or areas of interest SAFARI #2 NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 72. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS MANY CASHIERS WERE OPEN DIDN’T TELL US ABOUT WRISTBAND PROGRAM THAT GAVE DISCOUNTS FOR ANIMAL FOOD AND ATTRACTIONS IN PARK.
  • 73. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS INFORMATION BOOTH CREATED BARRIER. STAFF MISSED AN OPPORTUNITY TO ENGAGE WITH THIS FAMILY. (COULD BE WEARING SAFARI HATS & GEAR TO DELIGHT CHILDREN.)
  • 74. During → The gift shop was prominent feature upon entering park → There were a lack of signs to indicate where animals were located but no shortage of signs for snack shops or gifts → Map given was black and white which would have been okay had it been to scale, it was not very clear → Bathrooms were close to the entrance and were clean, drinking fountain was cold → The grounds are beautiful and lush → Signage continued to be a problem as we navigated the park, colored sidewalks, paw prints or just “Big Cats” this way sign would have been the park more enjoyable (Felt like walking around in a circle) SAFARI #2 NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 75. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS SAW AN ENTRANCE WITHOUT A SIGN, WHAT’S THERE?
  • 76. During → Gorilla house was a room with large glass wall for viewing but we didn’t know that there were 2 other areas outside where you could view gorillas this was accidentally discovered → We chatted with other customers who were very friendly but didn’t see many staff members engage with customers → Good interactive exhibits included the giraffes, birds and farm animals that could all be fed (additional cost) → Covered picnic area was provided for school groups → Some signs indicated that animals were moved for the zoo renovation project while others were empty without explanation. ! ! SAFARI #2 NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 77. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS HEY, IT’S THE FLAMINGOS… (CAN’T SEE SIGN UNTIL YOU ARE ALREADY THERE.)
  • 78. During → Customer comments included the following: “I can’t see the elephants the bushes are too high” “Watch your step” (referring to uneven pavement) → Farm area was easy to navigate with Grandpa and Grandma gardens and good displays → New features included Sky High Safari and Zip Line for exploring the zoo from above SAFARI #2 NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 79. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS UNEXPECTED DELIGHT: RECYCLED ART
  • 80. During → Crossed the bridge and saw a sign for a tram to the gardens. Waited though we had no indication of how often the tram ran, every 15 min? → Tried to get a water from a vending machine (2.50) but when the water button was pushed I received a Diet Mountain Dew (Do people really drink this stuff? Ugh.) → Entered garden where signs were better than the zoo with “you are here” indications and clear directions → No liter and many of the groundskeepers interacted with us! → In visitor center through which you access the gardens there were promotional materials and a scavenger hunt to take on the trails → Much more relaxed and easy going than the zoo side → Did not see any trash cans on walking trails ! SAFARI #2 NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 81. After → When we left the garden viewing the sign that said thanks for visiting a staff member at the gate encouraged us to return and thanked us for visiting. Unfortunately this exit would not lead us back to our car → We reentered the park and the same staff member said that in order to access our car from there we would have to swim across the river! He advised us to take the tram back to the zoo and exit → We took tram and exited the park, there was not comment from staff on zoo side as we left → Walked to our car and drove home in 15 minutes SAFARI #2 NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 82. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS LATER WENT BACK TO THE WEBSITE AND LEARNED ABOUT THE ANIMALS THAT WERE BEING RELOCATED DUE TO THE RENOVATIONS AND ALSO VIEWED THE RENOVATION RENDERINGS.
  • 83. Key Takeaways → We like the Botanical Garden for its ease of navigation, beautiful gardens and friendly staff → The animals at the park were great but staff presence was lacking and the welcome to the zoo was also lacking → Signage and wayfinding were the biggest problems and the map was not clear → More focus on the animals and less on the snack and gift shops would have been appreciated. I am sure revenue from these venues is important but I felt that they overshadowed the experience. SAFARI #1 NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 84. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS It was very apparent that customers need to be met where they are at instead of always expecting them to seek out assistance. The zoo missed some key opportunities to interact/ engage with us to make our experience both memorable and meaningful.
  • 85. The insights from safaris help: → Identify issues in your current services → Push ideation beyond “the way we normally do things” → Create empathy among staff for customer needs → Change the mindset of staff from focusing on the parts (touchpoints) to the whole (the customer journey) SERVICE SAFARIS NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 86. The insights from safaris help: → Identify issues in your current services → Push ideation beyond “the way we normally do things” → Create empathy among staff for customer needs → Change the mindset of staff from focusing on the parts (touchpoints) to the whole (the customer journey) SERVICE SAFARIS NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 87. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE SERVICE STORMING
  • 88. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS Service Storming
  • 89. NEXTLIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS Definition A collaborative activity, focused on the generation of new service experience concepts through acting. SERVICE STORMING
  • 90. Benefits → Promotes team bonding → Helps you think outside of the box, screen, silo → Levels the playing field → Surfaces assumptions → Requires no tools (quick, easy to change) → Lets you have fun at work! SERVICE STORMING NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 91. ADAPTIVE PATH | UXI Science Engaging in physical expression activates different parts of your brain, helping you to think in new ways. Art Service delivery is a performance. If your skit connects with the audience, you are probably being human.
  • 92. ADAPTIVE PATH | UXI EXERCISE #3 Service Storming → Brainstorming through acting SERVICE STORMING 94
  • 94. Service START A BOOK CLUB • Customer: Adult starting book club • Before: Initiate the club, select books, and prepare for first meeting • During: Hold first meeting • After: Between first and second meetings Service MOVING TO DIGITAL READING • Customer: Adult adopting digital reading • Before: Learning benefits and availability of digital materials • During: Setting up device and obtaining digital materials • After: Ongoing engagement and use • Customer: Child getting first library card • Before: Learning about library and what a card allows you to do • During: Applying for and getting the card • After: Ongoing engagement and use • Customer: Adult seeking help with job search • Before: Preparing for applying and interviewing for job • During: Job interview • After: Post-interview Service FIRST LIBRARY CARD Service CAREER SERVICES Inspiration SPA • Courteous and respectful • Tailored to your needs • Stress free • Guided at every step • Every detail matters Inspiration DISNEY WORLD • Magical experiences • Little suprises • Playful and fun • Choreographed • Assertively friendly • Guided exploration at your own pace • Highly knowledgable staff • Storytelling and romance • Sample then commit • Recommendations for your tastes • High attention to detail • Consultative and patient • Advice without being prescriptive • Tackles issues with grace • Making the moment special Inspiration WINERY TASTING ROOM Inspiration CELEBRITY WEDDING PLANNER SERVICES INSPIRATION NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 95. Service START A BOOK CLUB • Customer: Adult starting book club • Before: Initiate the club, select books, and prepare for first meeting • During: Hold first meeting • After: Between first and second meetings Service MOVING TO DIGITAL READING • Customer: Adult adopting digital reading • Before: Learning benefits and availability of digital materials • During: Setting up device and obtaining digital materials • After: Ongoing engagement and use Service FIRST LIBRARY CARD Service CAREER SERVICES • Guided at every step • Every detail matters • Choreographed • Assertively friendly • Guided exploration at your own pace • Highly knowledgable staff • Storytelling and romance • Sample then commit • Recommendations for your tastes • High attention to detail • Consultative and patient • Advice without being prescriptive • Tackles issues with grace • Making the moment special Inspiration WINERY TASTING ROOM Inspiration CELEBRITY WEDDING PLANNER ++ = ?? NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 96. What if… → At least one touchpoint per scene. → Must be more than mobile, tablet, or computer. → Must include a face-to-face interaction with the customer or interaction with customer service. staffretail social phone email web mobile mailkiosk parking textsignage 10 MINUTES Service Storm 20 MINUTES Perform It 90 SECONDS BEGINNING MIDDLE END LIBRARY NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 97. 99 SERVICE STORMING No sitting Standing bodies tend to act 
 more than sitting bodies. 
 It’s physics. Look it up. No pitching Communicate what the service 
 would feel like. Don’t try to sell 
 the experience. NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 98. 100 SERVICE STORMING What Did You Think? NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 99. Why Service Storming? → It’s easy to change and you can evaluate as you go. → It’s very human, full of behavior, emotion, and drama. → You can cover the whole experience quickly, rather 
 than getting caught up in the details. → You experienced it! SERVICE STORMING NEXT LIBRARY 2014 | MAPPING EXPERIENCES: SERVICE SAFARIS
  • 100. DATEADAPTIVE PATH PROJECT TITLE FINAL THOUGHTS
  • 101. SWATCHES Color Palette RGB 248/204/43 HEX F8CC2B RGB 249/157/28 HEX F99D1C RGB 108/190/77 HEX 6CBE4D RGB 67/184/215 HEX 43B8D7 RGB 29/120/153 HEX 1D7899 RGB 78/85/92 HEX 4E555C RGB 45/49/53 HEX 2D3B35 RGB 230/231/232 HEX E6E7E8 Thank YouThank You! ! Melanie Huggins Executive Director, Richland Library Patrick Quattlebaum Managing Director, Adaptive Path Evi K. Hui Experience Designer Noel Johnson Senior Program Manager Stephanie Wilson-Wagner Client Partner www.adaptivepath.com source: http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-vWJVVXGsHO0/UPBRPeNtFFI/AAAAAAAABbw/ptP0KRho0n8/s1600/CIMG3520.JPG