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Customer Communities and Networks: Supporting selection and use of products (of five – learn more here)

They have your product. They love it. They hate it. They need help. Where do they go? To your website for support from you? Or do you crowdsource the help and set up a customer community? When is this generative and useful? When might it be considered exploitative — or simply “cheap” on your part?

Find some examples of support communities – good and bad. What makes them “tick?” How would you design one? More importantly, how would you facilitate and moderate it?

What online architecture, tools and processes successfully help customers productively use the products the designers created for them? What differentiates these from other types of open innovation online groups and environments? 

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pantry-nya cekibrot



pantry-nya cekibrot

Posted in All Students, Customer Communities, Group 5
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De javu



De javu

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betype: All I need is food. (by eatthewords) | Click here to…



betype:

All I need is food. (by eatthewords) | Click here to help someone

hahaha

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Exploring heritage in 2012, Indonesia. Going beyond…









Exploring heritage in 2012, Indonesia.

Going beyond boundaries.

Adventurous travel | BELITONG | BALI | TANJUNGPINANG | SOLO|

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somehowdesign: The Corner Ladder by Neus company garcía







somehowdesign:

The Corner Ladder

by Neus company garcía

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designcloud: Wooden LEGO blocks by Mokurokku Japanese firm…







designcloud:

Wooden LEGO blocks by Mokurokku

Japanese firm Mokurokku hopes to get you feel closer to nature with their new wooden bricks.

Each box of mokulock bricks is priced at ¥2,835/USD31 and includes 50 pieces. they seem to be compatible with standard LEGO pieces, and we would want to see sets of mixed plastic and wood construction on different textures and colors. the mokurukku set has a disclaimer that the pieces can warp or fit together imprecisely due to the nature of the material in different temperatures and scale of humidity..

Mau

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corealiscreative: Dogs as Fonts Poster | grafisches büro I…



corealiscreative:

Dogs as Fonts Poster | grafisches büro

I mean, c’mon who doesn’t like a poster that mixes dogs and typefaces? I’d love an original print of this.

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corealiscreative: Dogs as Fonts Poster | grafisches büro I…



corealiscreative:

Dogs as Fonts Poster | grafisches büro

I mean, c’mon who doesn’t like a poster that mixes dogs and typefaces? I’d love an original print of this.

Posted in All Students, Customer Communities, Group 5
This was originally published at Ayesha Nabila