Because winning together is more satisfying.

Why treating business goals and user goals equally makes sense

Let’s strip this back to the bare bones. Users actually want to consume great products and services and have a simple, stimulating experience at the same time. Businesses want to drive revenue, stimulate loyalty and increase engagement with their brand. Are these goals that different?

User experience is where they overlap

The goals may sound different and certainly success for a user is different from success for a business. But to be able to achieve lasting business success, users must succeed too.

User experience is the place where these two sets of goals overlap and, if considered simultaneously, brands can deliver experiences that drive business value and create satisfied, loyal users.

What does winning together look like?

Taking a winning together approach to digital user experience helps businesses focus on what really matters. In the current digital environment businesses have adopted myriad of marketing techniques and technologies that have led to inconsistent and fragmented user experiences.

Considering business and user goals equally we can help defragment digital communications to design more effective, joined up user experiences. We rake out the redundant parts of the marketing mix and accurately direct the use of branded content and social integration.

Winning together ensures user experience is never comprimised, and that benefits everyone.

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Pomegranate judges at UK Digital Experience Awards 2016

Our very own Duncan Thomas will be judging in December at the newest and latest award ceremony to acknowledge the CX industry, the UK Digital Experience Awards 2016 (UKDXA) at the Park Plaza Riverbank in London. This unique daytime event is attended by over 100 companies allowing these businesses from across the UK to compete with the best of the best.

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