An Advertising Design Problem

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Published on July 14, 2016

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1. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 1 AN ADVERTISING DESIGN PROBLEM RE-THINKING HOW WE DO WHAT WE DO WITH UXD CRAIG ADAMS STRATEGY DIRECTOR IAN SWANSON DESIGN LEAD

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3. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 3 IMMERSION IN THE BRIEF SKETCHING EXPLORING IDEAS MAKING DOING CODING DESIGNING CREATING MAKING CREATING CODING DESIGNING DOING ALL TEAMS CHECK IN SKILL SHORTAGES WANTS & NEEDS HELP EACH OTHER ALL TEAMS CHECK IN & SHARE PROGRESS/IDEAS/CHALLENGES FOCUS AREAS/SKILL SHORTAGES ALL TEAMS CHECK IN & SHARE PROTOTYPING & FOCUS FOR DAY 2 SKETCHING/DEVELOPING PROTOTYPING/EXPLORING SERVE LUNCH EAT TOGETHER SERVE LUNCH EAT TOGETHER 48 HOURS 9DAY TWO COUNTDOWN EVERY HOUR 6 SHOW & TELL NIGHT BEFORE BRIEFING & SOCIAL 7DAY ONE

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5. 5 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved FRIDAY, JULY 29TH GOODNESS IN JULY @ GOOGLE HQ, 9:00-18:30 SYDNEY

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7. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 7 TODAY THE PROBLEM(S) WITH ADVERTISING THE DESIGN OPPORTUNITY STEALABLE STUFF YOU CAN STEAL CHANGING THE WAY WE WORK

8. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 8 IS IT ME, OR HAS ADVERTISING GOT REALLY HARD?

9. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 9 WHEN I LOOK AROUND, IT SEEMS THAT MOST OF US ARE LOST CONFUSED DESPERATE SPLIT-UP FRUSTRATED AM I THE ONLY ONE WHO FEELS LIKE THIS?

10. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 10 UNPRECEDENTED MARKET PRESSURES (MORE PLAYERS, BIGGER TARGETS, LESS MONEY, LESS TIME)

11. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved BRICOLEURS TINKER WITH A MYRIAD OF DISPARATE MATERIALS THAT HAPPEN TO BE AVAILABLE AND PUT SEEMINGLY UNRELATED THINGS TOGETHER INTO SOME SEMBLANCE OF ORDER. WE ARE JUNK COLLECTORS WHO BRING ORDER OUT OF CHAOS. 11 ‘BRICOLAGE’

12. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 12 SPECIALISING INTO IRRELEVANCE (CONTENT, SOCIAL, DATA, CREATIVE, COMMS, BRAND)

13. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 13 “DISCIPLINES HAVE BIRTHED SPECIALISED VERSIONS OF THEMSELVES. ALL THIS SPECIALISATION WOULD SUGGEST THE INDUSTRY IS BECOMING MORE PRODUCTIVE AND THAT IT IS MAKING MARKETING BOTH MORE EFFICIENT AND EFFECTIVE FOR BUSINESSES. YET ALL THE EVIDENCE SUGGESTS OTHERWISE.” (SPECIALISING INTO IRRELEVANCE; GARETH KAY, 2015, CHAPTER SF)

14. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 14 UNHEALTHY FIXATION ON SIMPLICITY (ALL HAIL THE CREATIVE BRIEF…!)

15. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 15 STRATEGY IS SACRIFICE

16. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 16 BLISSFULLY MOTIVATED BY ONE THING (AGAIN, PERHAPS TRYING TO KEEP THINGS SIMPLE)

17. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 17 MOTIV- ATION EASE BEHAVIOURAL PROPENSITY

18. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 18 MOTIVATION EASE BEHAVIOURAL PROPENSITY

19. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 19 CREATING NOISE OVER VALUE (AND ASKING FOR MORE THAN WE’RE GIVING)

20. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 20 AND IN DOING SO OBSESSED WITH UBIQUITY OVER UTILITY

21. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 21 “GIVEN THAT YOUR CAMPAIGN WILL INEVITABLY BE CAUGHT IN A BLIZZARD OF DISTRACTIONS, PROVIDING REAL VALUE IS A MORE DEFENSIBLE POSITION THAN RELYING ON PEOPLE HAVING NOTHING BETTER TO LOOK AT.” (WILL COLLIN, NAKED FOUNDER) Source: Reciprocity rather than engagement, Will Collin, 2015

22. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 22 AND NOW EVERYONE HATES US (CUE AD-BLOCKERS & MORE EMERGING CONTENT CHANNELS)

23. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 23 25. FEDERAL MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT 26. STOCK BROKERS 27. INSURANCE BROKERS 28. REAL ESTATE AGENTS 29. ADVERTISING PEOPLE (-3% ON 2014) 30. CAR SALESMEN RANKING OF ETHICAL & HONEST PROFESSIONS IN AUSTRALIA SOURCE: ROY MORGAN, 2016

24. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 24 MEANWHILE, DESIGNIS KILLING IT

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26. 26 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved THINGS CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE SOFTWARE STRATEGY DESIGN’S INTELLECTUAL PROGRESSION

27. 27 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved EMPATHISE DEFINE IDEATE PROTOTYPE TEST Learn about the audience for whom you are designing Construct a point of view that is based on user needs and insights Come up with solutions Build a representation of one or more of the ideas to show to others Return to your original user group and test your ideas for feedback DESIGN THINKING

28. 28 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved EMPATHISE DEFINE IDEATE PROTOTYPE TEST Learn about the audience for whom you are designing Construct a point of view that is based on user needs and insights Come up with solutions Build a representation of one or more of the ideas to show to others Return to your original user group and test your ideas for feedback PROBLEM FIND PROBLEM SELECT SOLUTION FIND SOLUTION SELECT DESIGN THINKING

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30. 30 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved ‘UX is the design of anything, independent of medium or across media, with human experience as an explicit outcome and human engagement as an explicit goal’ Jesse James Garrett

31. 31 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved ‘UX is the design of anything, independent of medium or across media, with human experience as an explicit outcome and human engagement as an explicit goal’ Jesse James Garrett Advertising

32. 32 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved UXD IS BIGGER THAN WEBSITES & APPS

33. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 33 HOW CAN WE MAKE IT EASIER FOR OLD PEOPLE TO USE OUR DEVICES? FOR EXAMPLE

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35. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 35 HOW CAN WE KEEP FACEBOOK RELEVANT FOR OUR GROWING USER BASE FOR EXAMPLE

36. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 36 FOR EXAMPLE

37. 37 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved USER RESEARCH INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE WIREFRAMING & PROTOTYPING USABILITY ANALYSIS USER EXPERIENCE DESIGN ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

38. EXPERIENTIAL DISCIPLINES 38 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved SOCIOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY PHILOSOPHY ANTHROPOLOGY INTERACTION DESIGNER VISUAL DESIGNER USABILITY ANALYST INFORMATION ARCHITECT WIREFRAMER

39. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 39 SORRY, WHAT HAS USER EXPERIENCE DESIGN GOT TO DO WITH MY DIFFICULT FUTURE IN ADVERTISING?

40. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 40 AGENCIES NEED TO DELIVER ACTIONABLE INSIGHTS AT SPEED + WITH LITTLE (NO) BUDGET UXD HAS A START-UP MENTALITY TO IT. MONEY + TIME ARE LUXURIES. KNOWLEDGE IS IMPERFECT.

41. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 41 AGENCIES NEED TO SPOT OPPORTUNITIES TO MAKE THINGS EASIER FOR PEOPLE UXD IS ALL ABOUT SIMPLICITY; CREATING SOLUTIONS THAT REDUCE PEOPLE’S COGNITIVE LOAD

42. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 42 AGENCIES NEED TO RAPIDLY UP-SKILL IN CREATING UTILITY OVER UBIQUITY UXD IS DRIVEN TO MAKE THINGS EASIER AND MORE ENJOYABLE TO USE

43. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 43 AGENCIES NEED TO MAINTAIN BALANCE IN THE VALUE EQUATION UXD IS GROUNDED IN A DESIRE TO MAKE THINGS PEOPLE WANT, OVER MAKING PEOPLE WANT THINGS

44. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 44 "IN TIMES OF CHANGE WE NEED NEW ALTERNATIVES. NEW IDEAS." Tim Brown, IDEO

45. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 45 AND MAYBE A NEW LANGUAGE

46. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 46 LET’S TALK ABOUT SPACE

47. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 47 AND CREATIVITY

48. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 48 C = (EF X N) + EL + G CREATIVITY = (EFFECTIVENESS X NOVELTY) + ELEGANCE + GENESIS Source: Tod Sampson, Redesign My Brain, ABC

49. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 49 CREATIVITY = (EFFECTIVENESS X NOVELTY) + ELEGANCE + GENESIS ELEGANCE HOW COMPLETE, FULLY- WORKED OUT, WELL MADE IS THIS IDEA? C = (EF X N) + EL + G Source: Tod Sampson, Redesign My Brain, ABC

50. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 50 CREATIVITY = (EFFECTIVENESS X NOVELTY) + ELEGANCE + GENESIS GENESIS TO WHAT DEGREE DOES THIS IDEA OPEN US NEW PERSPECTIVES, OR SOLVE OTHER PROBLEMS? C = (EF X N) + EL + G Source: Tod Sampson, Redesign My Brain, ABC

51. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 51 TWO DIFFERENT LANGUAGES FOR PROBLEM SOLVING

52. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 52 USER CONSUMER UX PLANNING

53. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 53 VALIDATE RATIONALISE UX PLANNING

54. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 54 ITERATION EXECUTION UX PLANNING

55. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 55 SPECIFICATION BRIEF UX PLANNING

56. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 56 INVESTMENT BUDGET UX PLANNING

57. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 57 COPY COPY UX PLANNING

58. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 58 WHAT ABOUT A NEW PROCESS?

59. 59 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved EMPATHISE DEFINE IDEATE PROTOTYPE TEST Learn about the audience for whom you are designing Construct a point of view that is based on user needs and insights Come up with solutions Build a representation of one or more of the ideas to show to others Return to your original user group and test your ideas for feedback PROBLEM FIND PROBLEM SELECT SOLUTION FIND SOLUTION SELECT DESIGN THINKING

60. 60 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 1. EMPATHY

61. 61 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved ‘The first generation of planners achieved what they did using human contact: face-to-face conversations with customers. Despite all the technology we are further away from customers than they were then.’ John Griffiths, Strategist & Author of ’98% Pure Potato’

62. 62 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved WE’RE MORE DEDUCTIVE, THAN INDUCTIVE THEORY HYPOTHESIS OBSERVATION CONFIRMATION THEORY TENTATIVE HYPOTHESIS PATTERN OBSERVATION IT’S HARD TO EMPATHISE WHEN YOU’RE BASING YOUR RESEARCH DESIGN ON A HUNCH YOU’VE HAD YOURSELF

63. 63 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved ETHNOGRAPHY DEPTH INTERVIEWS ‘RIDE-ALONGS’ OR ASSISTED SHOPS MYSTERY SHOPS A DAY IN THE LIFE HARVESTING CULTURAL CONTENT SEMIOTIC ANALYSIS LITERATURE REVIEW CULTURAL COMMENTATORS OFF-THE-SHELF MARKET/TREND INSIGHTS HARDER, BUT RICHER EASIER, BUT UBIQUITOUS METHODS QUALITIES

64. 64 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 9 Source: Will Evans IT DOESN’T HAVE TO TAKE WEEKS

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66. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved OCCUPATIONS Media IT Auto Construction Electrical PROFILE Men 22-35 INTERESTS Bet (online, casinos, TAB) (20%) Nightclubs (36%) Play video games (53%) Attend sporting events (29%) Play sport (49%) MEDIA HABITS PASSION PROGRAMING FROM A CONSUMER SEGMENT TO A TO-DO LIST

67. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved GENCHI GENBUTSU ( ) IT MEANS "GO AND SEE” AND SUGGESTS THAT IN ORDER TO TRULY UNDERSTAND A SITUATION ONE NEEDS TO GO TO ‘THE REAL PLACE’ WHERE WORK IS DONE. 67

68. 68 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved ‘MUPPET’ Source: Field Research at Uber, Uber Design, Medium Post, Sep 23, 2015

69. 69 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved EXPERIENCE MAPPING AS AN INPUT FIGURING OUT WHAT IT’S LIKE FOR CUSTOMERS TO INTERACT WITH YOU Source: The No-Nonsense Guide to Mapping the Customer Journey, User Testing Blog, 2015

70. 70 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved BREAK IT DOWN

71. DISCOVER GOOD FOR NOTHING LEARN WHAT IT IS FIND OUT HOW IT WORKS FIND NEAREST CHAPTER SEE WHEN NEXT EVENT IS PLANNED LEARN ABOUT THE SOCIAL ENTERPRISE(S) WE’RE HELPING REGISTER TO ATTEND & BECOME A MEMBER SHARE REGISTRATION VIA SOCIAL CHANNELS RECEIVE UPDATE ABOUT PREPARING FOR THE EVENT - CLOSER TO THE TIME ATTEND EVENT SHARE WORK & CONTACT INFORMATION WITH SOCIAL ENTERPRISE EVENT ENDS RECEIVE FOLLOW- UP EMAIL FROM GFN THANKING FOR HELP OCCASIONALLY CHECK SOCIAL ENTERPRISE’S PROGRESS ONLINE MOMENT MAP

72. Arrive at homepage Already a member? View carousel Scroll down page and read ‘What is GFN?’ NO YES All clear? NO YES What’s Coming Up - See More Events Gigs page Are you looking to attend a live gig? YES NO Learn about past gigs or review online challenges Do you want to help an online gig? NO YES Become a member Are you looking to attend a live gig? NO YES Sign in and arrive at personal profile page Search the site for the Sydney chapter page Is there a gig coming up? NO YES Email Chapter or leave Learn about past gigs or review online challenges Submit ideas or contributions Register & Add to calendar Read event page & see who else is going Do you want to attend? NO YES Head to ‘About’ page to read content & watch video No info on page. Go to Local Chapter page Is there a chapter near you? NO YES Become a member Read gig event page & see who else is going Do you want to attend? NO YES Still interested? NO YES Head to ‘Challenges’ page & select a challenge Arrive at local event page Are you looking to attend a live gig? NO YES Do you want to start one? NOYES Email Mothership Read Sydney chapter page and review gigs Is there a gig coming up? YES NO Email Chapter or leave Already a member? NO YES Sign in and register to attend Learn about past gigs or review online challenges Do you want to help an online gig? YES NOEmail Chapter or leave MOMENT MAP: DISCOVERY TO BECOMING A MEMBER

73. 73 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 2. CREATING VALUE

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75. © 2015 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 75 CUSTOMER PROFILE GAINS PAINS CUSTOMER JOB(S) Describe what customers are trying to get done in their work and in their lives, as expressed in their own words. Describe bad outcomes, risks and obstacles related to customer jobs. Describe the outcomes customers want to achieve or the concrete benefits they are seeking. Source: Value Proposition Design, Strategyzer, 2014

76. © 2015 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 76 VALUE MAP GAIN CREATORS PAIN RELIEVERS PRODUCTS & SERVICES This is a list of all the products and services a value proposition is built around. Describe how your products and services alleviate customer pains. Describe how your products and services create customer gains. Source: Value Proposition Design, Strategyzer, 2014

77. 77 © 2015 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved Source: Value Proposition Design, Strategyzer, 2014

78. 78 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved 3. NOW VALIDATE

79. 79 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved Your generative research will have identified a problem for someone, you now need to know whether it’s a problem for enough people to make it worth solving. WHY?

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81. 81 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved VALIDATION METHODS EXPLORE PITCH CONCIERGE MORE QUAL TO DETERMINE WHETHER YOUR HYPOTHESIS IS VALID PITCH YOUR IDEA & LOOK FOR AN EXCHANGE OF CURRENCY TO DETERMINE INTEREST PERSONALLY DELIVER THE IDEA OR EXPERIENCE TO THE TARGET AUDIENCE YOURSELF. HOLDING THEIR HAND ALL THE WAY.

82. 82 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved IN SUMMARY TALK THE TALK EMPATHISE GET OUT MORE SOLUTION SELECT

83. WHAT’S IN THIS FOR ME? 83 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved WE’VE TALKED A LOT ABOUT OTHERS AND HOW TO LEVERAGE UXD SKILLS

84. WHAT’S IN THIS FOR ME? 84 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved MY CAREER? MY COMPANY? MY BOSS? MY TEAM? WE’VE TALKED A LOT ABOUT OTHERS AND HOW TO LEVERAGE UXD SKILLS

85. OUR BUSINESS HAS IDENTIFIED THAT WE MUST INNOVATE BE AGILE + PRIORITISE + SIMPLIFY INSERT MORE BUZZ WORDS PLEASE 85 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved

86. 86 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved This is not about you or me. It about the user experience. Keep it user focused. YOUR OPINION IS NOT VALID. WE CAN STOP THE FOCUS ON US

87. 87 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved WE CAN START LOVING THE PROBLEMS Start by writing down every assumption you have. Then, CHALLENGE THE SHIT OUT OF THEM.

88. 88 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved UXD ASSUMPTIONS HISTORICAL BIAS PERSONAL OPINIONS FEAR & DOUBT COMPANIES AGENCIES BRANDS

89. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved I AM GOING TO BE PROVOCATIVE NOW. THIS IS FOR DRAMATIC EFFECT.

90. 90 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved BUSINESS CHALLENGE STRATEGY IDEA TEST & DEVELOP REFINE & PRODUCE EXECUTE “REALITY” = FLUID & DYNAMIC (REALITY OF THE WORLD) “IDEAL” = LINEAR AND METHODICAL (WHAT WE WANT TO HAPPEN) THE REALITY OF HOW PROJECTS ACTUALLY WORK

91. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved PARTNERS COMPANY CONSUMER DOING A BIT OF BUSINESS WITH OURSELVES THE FUNDAMENTAL ISSUE BUSINESSES FACE TODAY 12-16 MONTHS LATER I AM TOLD TO BUY SOMETHING? YOU NEVER CALLED ☹ PARTNERS GLOBAL & REGIONS PROJECT CUSTOMERSSUPPLIERS & AGENCIES

92. 92 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved HOW DO MY CLIENTS + COMPANIES + CUSTOMERS + PARTNERS + TEAMS + MANAGERS EMPATHISE WITH USERS?

93. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved HOW SHOULD WE BE THINKING & WORKING? COULD WE REMOVE PERCEIVED SILOS & SEPARATION? COMPANYPARTNERS GLOBAL & REGIONS USER CUSTOMERSSUPPLIERS & AGENCIES COMMUNITY & CONTEXT CAN WE DEFINE & RESHAPE THE WAY WE IDENTIFY & APPROACH USER CHALLENGES?

94. © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved IF WE DEFINE THE PROBLEM TOGETHER COULD WE DELIVER BETTER SOLUTIONS FASTER? WOULD WE USE OUR TIME & MONEY MORE EFFICIENTLY? BUSINESS CHALLENGE STRATEGY IDEA TEST & DEVELOP REFINE & PRODUCE EXECUTE

95. 95 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved HOW MUCH TIME & $$$ WOULD YOU SAVE IF WE DIDN’T NEED TO ALIGN? REWORK SCOPE CREEP SENIOR ALIGNEMENT FUN MEANINGFUL PASSIONATE PEOPLE

96. 96 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved WOULD YOU CHANGE YOUR APPROACH IF YOU HAVE A GENUINE CONNECTION TO THE LIVES YOU INFLUENCE? UXD IS GROUNDED IN A DESIRE TO MAKE THINGS PEOPLE WANT, OVER MAKING PEOPLE WANT THINGS

97. 97 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved HOW MANY TIMES HAVE YOU CRIED YOURSELF TO SLEEP BECAUSE A RANDOM OPINION KILLED YOUR PROJECT?

98. 98 © 2016 Naked Communications All Rights Reserved THANK YOU

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