MACH Alliance found that 60% of IT leaders cited improving CX as a top driver for embracing composable architecture. This white paper delves into three crucial mindsets that will help organizations successfully become composable.
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Visit California’s website inspires travelers by showcasing experiences and attractions throughout California’s 12 tourism regions. But, a regional brand needs a global reach and a digital experience that transcends geography, and it was time for Visit California to evolve their web and mobile presence; which we delivered.
Complex workflows and inefficiencies in managing the demand for innovative digital solutions created CX gaps for this insurance leader. We bridged this gap by streamlining its processes with a demand management system.
Alpro noticed that baristas invariably had to deal with the many misconceptions that people held about plant-based products. To help them, Alpro created a digital space where baristas can exchange tips, find new learning materials and test new recipes.
Shiseido Professional’s website had become hard to manage and update due to an abundance of content types. Beyond putting the site in a higher price bracket, it also made it difficult for regional marketing teams to maintain governance and brand standards.
Quitter’s circle needed to create a community to support people looking to quit smoking cigarettes. The solution? A cross-platform mobile app for an online community, built to help smokers face common obstacles associated with quitting.
Our client’s existing Global Design System (GDS) didn’t meet industry standards, making it difficult to use effectively. We partnered with them to recreate its GDS, and in turn enable easier adoption of brand standards across digital assets.
CorePower Yoga is the largest yoga studio brand in the US. With the recent development of new digital platforms, the brand’s yoga students and members were challenged with a disjointed digital experience. We delivered a connected omnichannel experience with consistent branding and design across interactions.
To spur a return to tourism, Visit California needed a bold digital experience that matched the exhilaration of their ground-breaking “Am I Dreaming?” Super Bowl Campaign. We created Visit California’s DREAM Theater: an immersive concept that is much more than just a website.
Our client needed to gain buy-in from all the stakeholders for the adoption of the Shared Service Model. We created a change communication program tailored to educate and create awareness about the key benefits of the Shared Services model, driving adoption up to 70%.
Our client needed to build and deploy websites at scale with a standardized experience, but lacked the technology, tools and processes to do so. The solution? A Global Design System, flexible components and a Shared Services Model to ensure consistency in experience and design while remaining flexible and adaptable.