The Bridge Framework represents key insights for an Ideal experience
stated in the voice of the user, while the location of the insights
suggests the relationships between them. The below framework was
produced after Affinitization stage.
1. Customers wait in line to use self-checkouts.
2. Payment methods using membership card or credit
card have multiple steps which is a hassle.
3. Customers pay more at self-checkouts because they
think the items were on sale, but aren’t and its tedious to keep
checking the screen for information while scanning and bagging.
4. Scanning, access and the artefact of coupons at
self-checkouts fails miserably.
5. Customer’s hate the plastic bags and feel guilty
about using them at the end.
6. A lot of customer use Target app to view products and check
prices at home but are not aware of other features available.
How might we device a self-checkout
that is a fast, intuitive, save customer’s time,
is supported by human interaction if needed
and provides accurate, personalised shopping experience in Grocery Stores?
A smart cart which is linked with the customer’s Target(Store) app, that provides customer the opportunity to understand information better, automatically detects customer’s coupons from his app, can request help for items if needed, provides customers the freedom to bag their own goods as they shop and pay on-the-go without waiting in line!
A smart cart with a smart screen detects
when items are placed and removed.
Suggesting customers to take the next steps,
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To view full process, methods and techniques over the three months
To view synthesised insights and full stories
Meaningful categorisation and rank their needs
Sitemap for the Digital Interface