‘Handpicked for You!’ – Gateway for New Business Opportunities by Nishant Bhaskar

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When I see ‘Chef’s Pick’ on the menu, quite often I am tempted to pick it for my order. As a teenager, I used to wait for the arrival of Reader’s Digest every month. There is something weirdly beautiful about things that are handpicked. Even as internet giants such as Google and Amazon, strive to make their recommendation engines smarter, the good old handpicking thrives in various forms as competing alternatives. Let’s look at four interesting examples:MistoBox – MistoBox enables people to discover coffee from around the world, like never before. The company chooses and sends four coffee samples every month to its subscribers, and they call themselves coffee geeks who know the difference between the merely-good and the truly-special coffee roasts.

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How Social Will Drive Customer Experience Into 2014

How Social Will Drive Customer Experience Into 2014 | Ted Rubin talks about where he sees Social going in 2014 (How Social Will Drive Customer Experience Into 2014 http://t.co/4tcOv2x0RJ via @TedRubin…

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Bella Heathcote

Bella Heathcote

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Who Owns The Customer Experience? – RetailWire

Who Owns The Customer Experience?
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Whether it is a chief customer officer, chief omni-channel officer or another C-level executive, retailers are debating the advantages and disadvantages of assigning an owner of the customer experience.

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Stiletto Magazine Editorial on Behance

Stiletto Magazine Editorial on Behance

Design Thinking Series: Richard Wilde

Richard Wilde, Chair of the Design and Advertising programs at School of Visual Art (SVA), discusses his work teaching designers.

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Why Service Design should be more like Architecture – Livework

One of the recurring problems with the design of services is that they mostly only get thought of when it’s too late.

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Max Smitty

Max Smitty