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June 14, 2021 / Carolina Milanesi

Google Workspace Emphasizes How Work Gets Done, Not Where

Google Workspace had undergone a transformation since October 2020 when G Suite was rebranded to Google Workspace, and a series of skews were released to address the enterprise market. In February, Workspace was brought to the education market, and at Google I/O, the team launched Smart Canvas, a new experience that brings Docs, Sheets and…

June 8, 2021 / Carolina Milanesi

Three Big Themes at Apple’s WWDC

I am not sure if it’s the lack of down time for stage walk-ons or that Apple has got this digital event thing down to a science, but the pace of this year Apple’s Developer Conference (WWDC) was incredible. The overall impact of the announcements across iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS will take a…

May 26, 2021 / Ben Bajarin / Carolina Milanesi

Content Execution and Brand Promise Give Disney+ a 793 on the Delight Scale

We are excited to publish our first Delight Scale post covering some of the many key insights we gathered on how subscribers to the Disney+ streaming service think and feel about their experience. We strongly believe that a key driver of product experience delight is centered on how the product or service performs in relation…

May 26, 2021 / Ben Bajarin

The Tech Industry Build Out Cycle

One of the more interesting conversations to be happening around the tech industry currently is what kind of a cycle we are in? In the last few years, I’ve noticed an interesting tension that emerged because, as a whole, the tech industry has just come off a period of significant rapid invention and innovation. From…

May 20, 2021 / Carolina Milanesi

Google and Samsung Get Closer To The Benefit of WearOS

There were plenty of rumors leading up to Google I/O that we might see the next generation of Samsung’s Galaxy Watch models embrace Google’s wearable platform Wear OS. The rumors turned out to be quite right. The next Galaxy Watch will be running Wear OS, but the news is actually much more significant. Samsung and…

May 7, 2021 / Tim Bajarin

A New Era for Creative Strategies

Creative Strategies was founded in 1969 by Larry Wells and David Norman. They were both at SRI and saw a need for a dedicated tech market research firm. Together they created what, at that time, was one of the first real tech market research firms in the world that studied the impact of tech on…

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