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The 3 most common UX Maps

Experience maps, customer journey maps, and service blueprints represent different processes and goals, yet their purpose is to align the customer experience with business initiatives, yielding opportunity and insight into innovative products and services. They are a means to engaging interdisciplinary team conversation and establishing common ground. This article is an overview of the three most common experience mappings you will likely see, and when to use which:

Experience Maps
We begin projects looking at the big picture, so let's discuss experience maps. An experience map is a visualization of an entire end-to-end experience that gives teams perspective and understanding of different touchpoints and challenges of their customers. Experience maps are not linked to a specific product or service and move discussions toward the desired outcomes people seek. These types of diagrams offer a more holistic perspective (than a customer journey) of the human experience with a brand and fundamentally recognize that people interact with many products and services from a multitude of providers in many situations which is increasingly crucial as products and services become connected with each other.

Customer Journey Map
Customer journey maps focus on a specific customer’s interaction with a product or service. Like experience maps, customer journeys are chronological and used for understanding and addressing customer needs and pain points. For example, we worked with a SaaS company to better understand it's customer support experience. By focusing on one specific segment (open ticket through resolution), we were able to determine customer journey touchpoints that caused pain or delight.

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The Evolution Of Marketing Through CX

Marketing is both expanding and evolving as consumers continue to place a higher value on the experience they have with a company. We are creating more experience design strategies than ever and executing experience design patterns across digital channels. These responsibilities often include:

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Experience Design Strategy: A North Star Approach

The human experience is rapidly shifting from physical to digital and the demand for high-quality digital experiences is higher than ever. Companies are taking note and moving as quickly as possible to compete by improving the many points through which they reach customers and in many cases their own employees.

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