In a decidedly digital world, how do you keep customer interactions and experiences human? And what does it take to redesign existing experiences and journeys for increased tactility? These were the questions deliberated by a panel of customer experience leaders at Infosys APAC Confluence 2021.
Skyler Mattson, President of Wongdoody, Infosys’ human experience design division, explored how enterprises can journey towards human experience over a discussion with Josie Brown, CMO, Tennis Australia; Arthur Gillion, GM, Marketing, Australian Grand Prix Corporation; and Prof. Kim Marriott, Department of Human Centred Computing, Monash University.
Technology’s deep pervasiveness in everyday life has set high expectations of personalisation and humanisation. Brands that are able to infuse customer experience with creativity are the ones that will thrive in the next digital landscape.
As offices across the world move online and exclusive experiences become inclusive and globally accessible, enterprises need to design and redesign experiences around a core of human emotions, needs, habits and behaviours.
The lines between our physical and digital worlds are now more blurred than ever. The next decade will see technologies like augmented reality and tangible computing make our digital and physical lives more seamless and singular than ever.
Most of the world got a healthy dose of remote work over 2020. There’s no denying that the future of work will be more remote than before, which makes it all the more important for enterprises to bring a human touch to the remote experience.
The more we rely on technology, the more we expect from technology.