Do you want friction with that? The limits of ‘frictionless’ experience

Following my earlier post on my experience with BT replacing my WiFi router (all gone well, the new router appears to be an improvement) I came across an interesting article from InnovationBubble on whether a frictionless service means a meaningless service and a less valuable relationship as a result. To avoid wasting money investing in … Continue reading Do you want friction with that? The limits of ‘frictionless’ experience

Five key questions to check if you have OCXD

They say you should never start with an apology - but let's break that rule: apologies in advance to anyone reading this who does actually suffer from obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). This post is not intended to trivialise a serious mental health condition but Obsessive Customer Experience Disorder (OCXD) seems like a good way of characterising my own … Continue reading Five key questions to check if you have OCXD

My week in CX

Beginning a regular review of my own good, bad and indifferent customer experiences, in the past week. If this seems like an unnecessary insight into my fabulous life then apologies but, as Socrates almost said, 'the unexamined customer experience is not worth having'. Here we go with some highlights and lowlights... Winging it Some kind … Continue reading My week in CX