Customer experience is the interaction between a company and the customer over the entire customer journey.
A few months ago, we published Part 1 (10 Fundamental Principles of Experience Design), of a 2 part series on the 10 fundamental principles of experience that guides our work at LiquidHub. In that post, we did deep dives into
Apple’s ResearchKit is a promising new method for gathering medical research data but what if someone developed a revenue model that paid data contributors? That was a questions I asked
Unless you live under a gargantuan luddite rock, you already know Apple will launch the Apple Watch on Monday, March 9th. And everybody is handicapping how good it’ll be, how many Apple will sell (projections range from 10-30 million,
As a digital experience designer, it is remarkable to contemplate how much has changed since the introduction of the iPhone in 2007. Today, there are more than 1.8 billion smartphone users around the world and nearly 2 billion people using social media.
In an era where just about anything you want can be ordered and delivered right to your door – generally on the same day and often within the hour, it’s surprising that grocery delivery services aren’t more ubiquitous.
Private Eye (1989), the MicroOptical (1997) and The Chorder (mid 1990s), a wearable chording keyboard represent a few of the devices on display in the exhibition.
“Welcome Mr. & Mrs. Traveller to the innovation hotel. We’re making it easier and faster to get into your hotel room by reimagining the travel experience, and we remember your preferences for the temperature setting in your room,” said a doorman never.
Startups We’re Following – Connected Home
Connected homes are driving adoption of the Internet of Things for most people, and it’s startups that are bringing many of the devices to the market.
Transportation is huge — so startups are naturally trying to address this market. More than one billion vehicles exist globally, while Americans drive an average of 14,000 miles per year and navigating this market could yield boundless opportunities.
If cold weather is your excuse for skipping the gym and suffering from a guilty conscious as you glance down at the Fitbit, UP or other wearable technology tracking every step you take, each stair you climb and every heartbeat, join the club.