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Creating a Digital-Centered
Customer Experience
30 April 2015
#1NWebinar: User Experience & Brand
2
Welcome
Ryan Schulz
Director, Brand Planning
Kalev Peekna
Managing Director, Strategy
@kpeekna
Previously on
One North Webinars
4
Brand-Planning Framework
Brand Idea:
Brand Persona:
Brand Strategy:
Communications Strategy:
Tactics:
Overall Customer E...
5
Brand-Planning Framework
Brand Idea:
Brand Persona:
Brand Strategy:
Communications Strategy:
Tactics:
Overall Customer E...
6
Key Takeaways
• Consider the entire framework.
• Start at the top.
• Create something that stakeholders can actually car...
Today on
One North Webinars
8
Do Brand & UX/UI Go Together?
Brand Strategy
• Focused on identity &
impressions
• Conceptually driven
• Differentiation...
9
Different Disciplines, Same Goals
Brand Strategy and UX/UI
Strategy are really just
different disciplines aiming
at the ...
UX/UI
Brand
10
Brand & UX/UI Need Each Other
Brand Idea:
Brand Persona:
Brand Strategy:
Communications Strategy:
Tactics:
...
11
Today
Today we’ll talk about how UX/UI strategy helps bring brand
to life, and how core brand concepts help to inform,
...
Such prize!
WOW
very caffeine
slurp!
awake 4 u
many coffee
amaze
so espresso
Case Study: PWC
14
PWC
Brand Essence:
Intelligent growth
Brand Promise:
Helping clients create the value they are looking for.
Tagline:
Bu...
15
• A mark that was born
to be digital
• That works well in a variety
of digital contexts
• And is translated to the real...
Translating PWC’s
Brand:
CEO Survey
17
PWC Annual Global CEO Survey
• Interviews conducted with 1300+
CEOs
• Truly global: Geographic
selection based on GDP
•...
18
Pre-Launch
In the run-up to the launch of
the report, key PWC leaders
will “tease” pieces of
information on social
chan...
19
Launch at World Economic Forum
The official launch of the report
occurs at the WEF in Davos,
Switzerland. Timing the ca...
20
Introducing the Report to New Users
Upon launch, PWC offers
a quick 60-second
overview to users who
are new to the surv...
21
Connecting Participants & Recipients
Video has been an element in their
content campaigns for many years.
In addition t...
22
Natively Digital Report
The actual report is delivered digitally in a custom section of their main
website. Users easil...
23
Intelligent Interaction
A natively digital content
strategy also allows interactivity
that is impossible in other
media...
24
Exploiting the Echo Effect
The campaign does not
stop at launch. PWC's
corporate social channels
market the survey
exte...
25
PWC Survey: Branded UX Strategy
The PWC CEO Survey is an excellent case of “branded
strategy.” Key elements that tie th...
Brand & UX/UI Strategy
Context
Content
Strategy
Web UI Tone & Style
1 2
3 4
27
Context is Where User Meets Brand
Context is a multifaceted word, but it is ultimately about the
art of placing your co...
28
Creating the Right Context
The fundamental rule for context in UX/UI Strategy is to be
where your users are. But that’s...
29
Users Have to be Ready for Interaction
No matter how much of your audience is on Facebook, they
probably don’t want to ...
30
Who Does Context Right: EY
Like many consulting firms, EY distributes its content in
many channels. Each owned channel ...
31
Who Does Context Right: EY
Attention to context is especially
apparent in how EY places
content in non-owned platforms....
Brand & UX/UI Strategy
Context
Content
Strategy
Web UI Tone & Style
1 2
3 4
33
Content Strategy: What We Mean
“Content Strategy” is one of the least-well-defined terms in UX strategy
today. In this ...
34
Content Strategy: Connection with
BrandThe choices you make in your content strategy, whether
overall or for a specific...
35
Content Strategy: The Visual Revolution
The desire to create strategic, experience-based
associations is behind many pr...
36
Content Strategy: Who Does It Well
Strategy& (formerly Booz & Co) offers multiple formats
based not on industries or sp...
37
Content Strategy: Who Does It Well
Goldman Sachs – Social Impact Bonds
In this graphic, Goldman Sachs artfully
intersec...
Brand & UX/UI Strategy
Context
Content
Strategy
Web UI Tone & Style
1 2
3 4
40
Web UI: More Than Best Practices
As a discipline, UX/UI for the web relies heavily on best practices:
Best practices ar...
41
Web UI: Who Does It Well
EY, 5 Minutes
http://5minutes.ey.com/
• Curated selection
• Broken into 5-minute
“chunks”
• UI...
42
Web UI: Who Does It Well
Debevoise & Plimpton
www.debevoise.com
Even with a well-defined hierarchy, Debevoise’s
homepag...
Brand & UX/UI Strategy
Context
Content
Strategy
Web UI
Tone &
Style
1 2
3 4
Prize Time!
45
46
A Quick Contest about Style
Calling all ex-English majors.
Here are the rules:
• We’ll show 3 excerpts from books you
r...
Know the Author?
47
What a lark! What a plunge! For so it had
always seemed to her, when, with a little
squeak of the hing...
Know the Author?
48
It was very hot and bright, and the houses
looked sharply white. We turned out onto the
Gran Via.
“Oh ...
Know the Author?
49
It is a truth universally acknowledged,
that a single man in possession of a
good fortune, must be in ...
Tone & Style: Why It’s Important
Most marketers know tone & style for copy & imagery are
important. UX/UI Strategy adds an...
51
“Brand Fade”: PWC
Brand has to be present in the content itself, or it’s easily
lost:
52
Tone & Style: Who Does it Well
Acapo:
• Dual-language: English
& Norwegian.
• Clear. Concise.
• Interrogative.
• Curiou...
53
Acapo: Service Description
Service descriptions have a consistent structure and align to the brand
tone. Interrogative ...
54
Acapo: News Item
News items, even those about
firm case studies, are firmly
focused on the client’s
perspective.
This i...
Wrap-Up
UX/UI
Brand
56
Brand & UX/UI Need Each Other
Brand Idea:
Brand Persona:
Brand Strategy:
Communications Strategy:
Tactics:
...
Next time on
One North Webinars
58
May 20, 2015 – 11 AM EDT / 10 AM
CDT Nate Denton
Managing Director, Creative Services
Creating a Digital-Centered
Custo...
Q&A / Discussion
Prize Time!
60
Know the Author?
61
It is a truth universally acknowledged,
that a single man in possession of a
good fortune, must be in ...
62
R U a #Winner?
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  1. 1. Creating a Digital-Centered Customer Experience 30 April 2015 #1NWebinar: User Experience & Brand
  2. 2. 2 Welcome Ryan Schulz Director, Brand Planning Kalev Peekna Managing Director, Strategy @kpeekna
  3. 3. Previously on One North Webinars
  4. 4. 4 Brand-Planning Framework Brand Idea: Brand Persona: Brand Strategy: Communications Strategy: Tactics: Overall Customer Experience: Essence and Purpose Voice, Brand DNA, and Actions Activating the persona in order to achieve an outcome What we will say and when Logistics of executing the strategy The foundation of everything; the only thing that really matters In order to create a fully formed brand experience, you must begin at the top and work down.
  5. 5. 5 Brand-Planning Framework Brand Idea: Brand Persona: Brand Strategy: Communications Strategy: Tactics: Overall Customer Experience: Essence and Purpose Voice, Brand DNA, and Actions Activating the persona in order to achieve an outcome What we will say and when Logistics of executing the strategy The foundation of everything; the only thing that really matters Most organizations get easily distracted with the tactical aspects of marketing.
  6. 6. 6 Key Takeaways • Consider the entire framework. • Start at the top. • Create something that stakeholders can actually care about; find your big idea. • Beware of tactics that lack a strategy.
  7. 7. Today on One North Webinars
  8. 8. 8 Do Brand & UX/UI Go Together? Brand Strategy • Focused on identity & impressions • Conceptually driven • Differentiation! • Thinks UX/UI is “tactical” UX/UI Strategy • Focused on interactions and behaviors • Data driven • Best practices! • Thinks brand is “ego-centric” Ideas only matter when they are experienced beyond the level of impressions. Best practices are by definition neither innovative nor differentiating.
  9. 9. 9 Different Disciplines, Same Goals Brand Strategy and UX/UI Strategy are really just different disciplines aiming at the same goal – a good customer experience. Brand Strategy UX/UI Strategy Customer Experience
  10. 10. UX/UI Brand 10 Brand & UX/UI Need Each Other Brand Idea: Brand Persona: Brand Strategy: Communications Strategy: Tactics: Overall Customer Experience: Essence and Purpose Voice, Brand DNA, and Actions Activating the persona in order to achieve an outcome What we will say and when Logistics of executing the strategy The foundation of everything; the only thing that really mattersGOAL There is a lot in UX/UI strategy that is not brand-dependent. However, the customer experience is almost always improved when UX/UI is informed by a well-defined brand.
  11. 11. 11 Today Today we’ll talk about how UX/UI strategy helps bring brand to life, and how core brand concepts help to inform, inspire, and improve strategy. • Case study: PwC • Where brand & UX/UI meet – Context & Distribution – Content Strategy – Web UI – Tone & Style • One more thing…
  12. 12. Such prize! WOW very caffeine slurp! awake 4 u many coffee amaze so espresso
  13. 13. Case Study: PWC
  14. 14. 14 PWC Brand Essence: Intelligent growth Brand Promise: Helping clients create the value they are looking for. Tagline: Building relationships, creating value
  15. 15. 15 • A mark that was born to be digital • That works well in a variety of digital contexts • And is translated to the real world in unexpected ways PWC
  16. 16. Translating PWC’s Brand: CEO Survey
  17. 17. 17 PWC Annual Global CEO Survey • Interviews conducted with 1300+ CEOs • Truly global: Geographic selection based on GDP • 2015 was the 18th year of the survey • Deployed across many digital channels with careful attention to cadence and context. • Each discrete interaction is informed by and reinforces PWC’s brand platform.
  18. 18. 18 Pre-Launch In the run-up to the launch of the report, key PWC leaders will “tease” pieces of information on social channels like Twitter to help build interest.
  19. 19. 19 Launch at World Economic Forum The official launch of the report occurs at the WEF in Davos, Switzerland. Timing the campaign to this prestigious event lends the greatest possible impact to its release. Not going to Davos? Did your spouse steal the private jet for the weekend? You can always review the video and/or webcast and/or live blog.
  20. 20. 20 Introducing the Report to New Users Upon launch, PWC offers a quick 60-second overview to users who are new to the survey. It shows careful handling of new vs. established relationships, a key pillar of their brand.
  21. 21. 21 Connecting Participants & Recipients Video has been an element in their content campaigns for many years. In addition to the overview videos, they also offer conversations with some of the CEOs who took the actual survey. This adds depth and interest to the main content, and emphasizes the importance of PwC's relationships.
  22. 22. 22 Natively Digital Report The actual report is delivered digitally in a custom section of their main website. Users easily and naturally see ties to other PWC themes.
  23. 23. 23 Intelligent Interaction A natively digital content strategy also allows interactivity that is impossible in other media. Users can "explore the data" with a variety of filters and controls, getting a unique (and personally relevant) cut that may not be available in a PDF.
  24. 24. 24 Exploiting the Echo Effect The campaign does not stop at launch. PWC's corporate social channels market the survey extensively in the following weeks. More surprisingly (and more effectively), leaders and partners at PWC actively distribute the survey or its key insights through their own online presences.
  25. 25. 25 PWC Survey: Branded UX Strategy The PWC CEO Survey is an excellent case of “branded strategy.” Key elements that tie the two together include: • Context: Content is in the right places at the right time Social networks, event tie-in • Content Strategy: Type, format & length align to themes Videos of CEOs demonstrate relationships • Web UI: Interactivity proves brand claims Data interaction demonstrates intelligence and innovation • Tone & Style: Brand voice permeates entire campaign Professional & concise, but also excited & optimistic
  26. 26. Brand & UX/UI Strategy Context Content Strategy Web UI Tone & Style 1 2 3 4
  27. 27. 27 Context is Where User Meets Brand Context is a multifaceted word, but it is ultimately about the art of placing your content in the right place, at the right time. Think of it as Content Merchandising.* * “Content Merchandising” idea blatantly stolen from my colleague, Jen Bullett. (Hi Max!) Channel Time & Timing Physical Place Arrangement People
  28. 28. 28 Creating the Right Context The fundamental rule for context in UX/UI Strategy is to be where your users are. But that’s not always enough. Consider: Facebook Maturity Model (for “mature” professionals): What are my kids up to? Darn it. My mom found me. I don’t remember this person at all. That is indeed a very cute cat. My friends are interesting. Am I a bad person if I don’t like this? My friends are boring.
  29. 29. 29 Users Have to be Ready for Interaction No matter how much of your audience is on Facebook, they probably don’t want to see marketing content for professional services: An effective digital context will align not just to the habits of your users, but also to the principles & qualities of your brand.
  30. 30. 30 Who Does Context Right: EY Like many consulting firms, EY distributes its content in many channels. Each owned channel is appropriatly branded and targeted to key audiences:
  31. 31. 31 Who Does Context Right: EY Attention to context is especially apparent in how EY places content in non-owned platforms. A native advertising partnership with Forbes provides EY with: • Right audience • Right place • Right time • Right “company”
  32. 32. Brand & UX/UI Strategy Context Content Strategy Web UI Tone & Style 1 2 3 4
  33. 33. 33 Content Strategy: What We Mean “Content Strategy” is one of the least-well-defined terms in UX strategy today. In this presentation, we are focusing on these aspects of how you develop and deploy content to achieve specific goals: Topic Length Format Source Timing • New issue • Update • Results • Analysis / research • People • Tweet • Note • Abstract / brief • Story • In-depth report • Copy • Conversation (social) • Graphic • Slideshow • Video • Data • Interaction • Firm • Group • Leader • Expert • Influencer • Morning update • Before/at/after event • Meeting material
  34. 34. 34 Content Strategy: Connection with BrandThe choices you make in your content strategy, whether overall or for a specific campaign, can elicit a range of experience-based brand associations. CONTENT BRAND engage inspire inform challenge surprise amuse
  35. 35. 35 Content Strategy: The Visual Revolution The desire to create strategic, experience-based associations is behind many predominant trends in content innovation: New York Times Information Graphics = Inform TEDTALKS “TED Video” = Inspire
  36. 36. 36 Content Strategy: Who Does It Well Strategy& (formerly Booz & Co) offers multiple formats based not on industries or specific topic areas, but on how you want to consume and what value you are seeking: Keeping me informed Inspiring me Research that helps me improve
  37. 37. 37 Content Strategy: Who Does It Well Goldman Sachs – Social Impact Bonds In this graphic, Goldman Sachs artfully intersects what are often presented as distinct pieces: • Information graphic – education/information • Social impact – corporate citizenship • Case study – evidence of expertise Several key brand associations are expressed in a single, compelling piece.
  38. 38. Brand & UX/UI Strategy Context Content Strategy Web UI Tone & Style 1 2 3 4
  39. 39. 40 Web UI: More Than Best Practices As a discipline, UX/UI for the web relies heavily on best practices: Best practices are good things. However, by definition, they won’t get you to “new,” “innovative” or “different.” 5 ± 2 items “F” pattern layout strong calls-to-action follow, don’t lead the user test and learn establish a hierarchy looks alike, works alike use contrast don’t fear whitespace make it touchable consistency. consistency. consistency. beware of metaphors
  40. 40. 41 Web UI: Who Does It Well EY, 5 Minutes http://5minutes.ey.com/ • Curated selection • Broken into 5-minute “chunks” • UI maximized for copy/visual scanning • Integrates into your regular information consumption
  41. 41. 42 Web UI: Who Does It Well Debevoise & Plimpton www.debevoise.com Even with a well-defined hierarchy, Debevoise’s homepage has more content than “best practices” might dictate. But the UI is informed by specific brand goals: • Activity – show that we are busy • Unexpected – surprise with work outside “typical” cases • Connected – reveal our deep relationships with innovative businesses
  42. 42. Brand & UX/UI Strategy Context Content Strategy Web UI Tone & Style 1 2 3 4
  43. 43. Prize Time! 45
  44. 44. 46 A Quick Contest about Style Calling all ex-English majors. Here are the rules: • We’ll show 3 excerpts from books you read should have read in high school. • We’ll reveal the author of two of them. Guess the author of the third. • Submit your guess along with a question about this webinar in the webinar chat function. • First correct guess (with a question!) wins a $25 Starbucks gift card. Extra $10 if you guess the book correctly.
  45. 45. Know the Author? 47 What a lark! What a plunge! For so it had always seemed to her, when, with a little squeak of the hinges, which she could hear now, she had burst open the French windows and plunged at Bourton into the open air. How fresh, how calm, stiller than this of course, the air was in the early morning; like the flap of a wave; the kiss of a wave; chill and sharp and yet (for a girl of eighteen as she then was) solemn, feeling as she did, standing there at the open window, that something awful was about to happen… Virginia Woolf, Mrs. Dalloway
  46. 46. Know the Author? 48 It was very hot and bright, and the houses looked sharply white. We turned out onto the Gran Via. “Oh Jake,” Brett said, “we could have had such a damned good time together.” Ahead was a mounted policeman in khaki directing traffic. He raised his baton. The car slowed, suddenly pressing Brett against me. “Yes,” I said. “Isn’t it pretty to think so?” Ernest Hemingway, The Sun Also Rises
  47. 47. Know the Author? 49 It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife. However little known the feelings or views of such a man may be on his first entering a neighbourhood, this truth is so well fixed in the minds of the surrounding families, that he is considered the rightful property of some one or other of their daughters. A. Charles Dickens B. Henry James C.Jane Austen D.Mark Twain
  48. 48. Tone & Style: Why It’s Important Most marketers know tone & style for copy & imagery are important. UX/UI Strategy adds another level to this concern. The more our content is shared and distributed, the less we can rely on visual systems (logo, color, type) to create brand associations. Web Our Blog Social Re- share Mention Share
  49. 49. 51 “Brand Fade”: PWC Brand has to be present in the content itself, or it’s easily lost:
  50. 50. 52 Tone & Style: Who Does it Well Acapo: • Dual-language: English & Norwegian. • Clear. Concise. • Interrogative. • Curious about you. • Excited to work.
  51. 51. 53 Acapo: Service Description Service descriptions have a consistent structure and align to the brand tone. Interrogative style demonstrates that they understand the client’s perspective.
  52. 52. 54 Acapo: News Item News items, even those about firm case studies, are firmly focused on the client’s perspective. This item starts not with the “win,” but with the core theme that makes the win important. Acapo’s involvement only comes in at the end.
  53. 53. Wrap-Up
  54. 54. UX/UI Brand 56 Brand & UX/UI Need Each Other Brand Idea: Brand Persona: Brand Strategy: Communications Strategy: Tactics: Overall Customer Experience: Essence and Purpose Voice, Brand DNA, and Actions Activating the persona in order to achieve an outcome What we will say and when Logistics of executing the strategy The foundation of everything; the only thing that really mattersGOAL CONTEXT • CONTENT STRATEGY • WEB UI • TONE & STYLE
  55. 55. Next time on One North Webinars
  56. 56. 58 May 20, 2015 – 11 AM EDT / 10 AM CDT Nate Denton Managing Director, Creative Services Creating a Digital-Centered Customer Experience: Branded Expression Systems 20 May 2015 Webinar: 10 AM Central http://www.onenorth.com/blog/post/1nwebinar-creating-a-digital-centered-customer- experience-branded-expression-systems
  57. 57. Q&A / Discussion
  58. 58. Prize Time! 60
  59. 59. Know the Author? 61 It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife. However little known the feelings or views of such a man may be on his first entering a neighbourhood, this truth is so well fixed in the minds of the surrounding families, that he is considered the rightful property of some one or other of their daughters. A. Charles Dickens B. Henry James C.Jane Austen D.Mark Twain
  60. 60. 62 R U a #Winner?

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