Brent Summers, Director of Marketing at Digital Telepathy Using Data and Design toDrive Your Business June 25, 2015
Data is All Around You 1
Quantitative Data Sales Reports Data is All Around
Quantitative Data Application Performance Data Data is All Around You Quantitative Data Search Engine Optimization Data is All Around
Quantitative Web Analytics Data is All Around You
Qualitative Data Customer Surveys Data is All Around You Qualitative Data Customer Interviews Data is All Around You Get more info at: goo.gl/Jeol7v
Qualitative Data Personas Data is All Around You Get more info at: goo.gl/UW8mgQ
Observation Heat Mapping & Scroll Mapping Data is All Around You Observation User Behavior Data is All Around You
Informs Design 2
A/B Testing Optimize for conversions. Data Already Informs Design
Eye Tracking People read in F-Shaped Pa erns Data Already Informs Design
Eye Tracking People look where people look. Data Already Informs Design h
Vertical Rhythm There’s a reason paper is ruled. Data Already Informs Design
Color Psychology What does your brand color say about your business?
The Golden Ratio 1.618 —
Consider the Entire
User Journey 3
Identify the Friction Evaluate sentiment/friction at each stage of the user journey. Consider the Entire User Journey
Business Objectives 4
Identify the Friction Where can you make the biggest impact? Designing for Business Objectives
User Journey Consideration
Landing Pages Incremental improvements can drive exponential results.
Be er Social Sharing Social sharing + content performance insights.
Animations Scroll is the new click.
Change Language Try different value proposition, calls to action, etc.
Change Layout Use behavior patterns to drive decisions.
User Journey Conversion: The act of purchasing a product or service through self service or a sales process.
Content Marketing Share knowledge to establish trust. Onboarding Step-by-step walkthroughs for new users.
Get the First Click Break through psychological barriers. User Journey Retention: Post-purchase. Activities that drive further product engagement, adoption and upgrades. Designing for Business Objectives
Reduce cognitive load: hide data until a user requests it.
Simplify your user interface for experienced users
Testimonials “Who doesn’t love social proof?” - Brent Summers
Prioritizing Your Backlog
Keep Track of Experiments Practical Advice Use a formula to assess which experiments to do ﬁrst.
Sample Experiments Which of these experiments should be implemented Paid conversions
What does the data tell you? Identify where can design make the biggest impact.
Rounding Out the Process Your implementation method is unique. Measure the results. Repeat.
Measuring Success 6
Good Design is Great for Business Design lead ﬁrms out-perform the S&P 500 by 228%. Measuring Success