Uh huh, the customer would ask for a faster horse

If you’ve ever done any sort of customer research in order to inform a user or customer experience design, or maybe to make a product development decision, I am sure you would have heard some

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Levitt; More than Railways, the Father of CX?

Years ago, as my career transitioned from being a technologist to content marketing I was recommended to read “Marketing Myopia” by Theodore Levitt, an essay written for Harvard Business Review back in 1960. Here’s the description

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Your customer experience is global — just ask your local chippy

Roberto Savvides manages The Regency, a “chippy” (a fish and chip shop) in Brighton (a seaside town in the UK). Roberto rolls up the sleeves of his crisp white shirt and opens the doors of

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