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Experience Thinking™ Process

Experience Thinking™: Make service innovation happen

The process to innovative and profitable product and service experiences.

The Experience Thinking™ process is founded on Human/User Centered Design (HCD - UCD) practises and the notion that an Experience in itself is of customer & user value: not only the aggregated underlying services and products. We call these Experience Points™. Experience Thinking™ provides the blueprint for an organisations' Experience Point strategy that enables product & service design innovations to be truly remarkable

experience thinking qualities

An experience includes these basic elements: Product, Software, Event and Service. All of which happen within a Physical Environment. So when Akendi talks about creation of an End-to-End experience any and all of these elements are considered and carefully designed.

 

These experiences are created within an organisational environment that includes four aspects that directly impact the experience success. They are: Business, Service, Content and Technology. We call them Experience Quadrants™.


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Business Quadrant

The business element of each experience point is for organisations to deliver customer and user value to the organisation, usually monetary, but in case of public service and non-profit organisations it can be fullfilling their mandate or reaching a relevant audience. These customer/user values will have an audience externally and this is where the service aspect of experiences enters.

Content Quadrant

Next up is the Content aspect of an experience. Included in Content experience is production, governance, editorial guidelines, search engine optimization, retention and metadata of information in products & services. With more and more information around us that is either provided by an organisation or created by users, it becomes increasingly important to have specific governance, strategies and processes around how to work with the information & content. This thinking applies both from an organisational perspective as from an general public, customer and user perspective.

Service Quadrant

The service experience for customers and clients of products links each experience point customers/clients have with the organisation. To understand, design for and optimize this journey is absolutely critical for successful experiences.

 


Technology Quadrant

The fourth aspect is the role of technology in experience thinking and acts as an enabler of the above three aspects. Here is where boundaries are placed around what technology-wise can be done in the real world with the resources available. It also injects the relevant functionality to enable the other three aspects of an Experience Point.

 

 

 

 

 

For organisations that want to create succesful - intentional - experiences an effective Experience Thinking process will include the appropriate attention to these experience points.

Shaun Illingworth
Vice President

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We create intentional product and service experiences that enable organisations to increase market uptake, engage users, and improve the experience.

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What we do

We create intentional product and service experiences that enable organisations to increase market uptake, engage users, and improve the experience.

Industry Expertise

A balance of business experience, scientific research and UX design creative makes Akendi a UX industry leader.

Our Work

Partners in Experience Creation
Successful UX design leverages the power of participatory user and customer research in a real-world context. The result is the creation of innovative products and services that people need, use and cherish.

We‘ve worked
with over
143
clients
and have
completed over360projects

Global Reach

Work with us globally
We work with clients from around the world.