Tag Archives: Experience Design
In this podcast, we take a closer look at P.E.O., a remarkable organization that started with seven young women in 1869 and now has nearly 230,000 members across the United States and Canada.
Experience design is the theme running across this entire podcast episode, which features two experience design superheroes who share a wealth of priceless insights with us.
Questions bubble up for event professionals all the time, but many go unasked even when they can lead to event improvements…
Dan Pink is one of my favorite non-fiction authors. It started in 2006, with A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future. Filled with fascinating stories about advances made by right-brain, creative types, this book prompted a major … Continue reading
This episode of The VIP Lounge podcast is all about event innovation and how major organizations and even cities are looking to take their events and offerings one step further.
Post authored by Pattee Brown, Content Marketing Manager It’s easy to get stuck in doing things the same way every year. This method has its own advantages, such as being familiar or easy to navigate since we’ve done them the … Continue reading
Post authored by Valerie Cox, Manager, Business Analyst Group One of the things I enjoy most about my role at Experient is the collaborative conversations I have with our clients. Often, we’ll gather a group of client and Experient “brains” … Continue reading
“Creative Thinking” is the theme running through episode five of The VIP Lounge, as we interview two creative dynamos: Jamie Murdock and Susan Robertson.
In Episode No. 4 of The VIP Lounge podcast, we tackle two of the hottest topics across the meetings and events industry right now: Experience design and behavioral data.
Post authored by Jamie Murdock, Vice President, Sales We applaud the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), as last week they stepped up event innovation in a big way with the launch of the Xperience Design Project (XDP) at the … Continue reading