“Life imitates art far more than art imitates Life.”
[Oscar Wilde, from “The Decay of Lying: An Observation” 1891]
At LiquidHub, I work with a team of designers to translate businesses operations into visual representations.
More is better in terms of web traffic, right? Well, it depends.
Marketers frequently analyze metrics such as pageviews, pages per session, average session duration, and bounce rate to assess how well a website is performing. These metrics, however, do not necessarily provide the full context behind the users interaction.
Medicare Open Enrollment is brutally competitive, and a strain on Medicare marketers everywhere. As one of my favorite clients said to me the other day, “Every year is stressful and a race to the finish.”
At LiquidHub, we firmly believe in the power of testing. Usability testing allows the intended users of an application, website, or program to evaluate its performance. This quick, affordable testing method can not only give you valuable insights into your customers, but also introduce design thinking to your organization.
This fall, LiquidHub became a sponsor of CreativeXchange, the Arts + Business Council of Greater Philadelphia’s (ABC) executive education program to bring creativity and innovation into the workplace.
On a scale of 1 to 10, how likely is it that you would recommend a product or service to a friend or colleague?
This deceptively simple question is the core of a Net Promoter Score (NPS), a measuring system that allows companies to better understand customer loyalty and brand happiness without employing traditionally complex surveys about a specific product or service.
Yesterday, LiquidHub’s Philadelphia Studio hosted a design research discussion for visiting MBA and Executive MBA students from Sydney, Australia’s University of Technology Business School.
There’s no substitute for actually talking to real people about what they do and why. To better understand the behavior of your customers, go into the field to observe a group of current customers or the market in its natural state.
The key to digital transformation is through APIs (Application Program Interface). APIs make it possible for developers to connect the experiences with the apps we use every day and unlock the value of an organization’s data and assets.
Increasingly there are multiple leadership groups driving the digital agenda: the C-suite, Line of Business (LoB) executives, and functional leaders such as the CMO/CIO.
According to Aberdeen, companies with extremely strong omni-channel customer engagement retain, on average, 89% of their customers, compared to 33% for companies with weak omni-channel engagement.
Customers are changing the rules and companies must connect with their customers in new ways. Behaviors are evolving along with changing demographics,