Andrew   Hogan

Andrew Hogan

Senior Analyst Serving Customer Experience Professionals

Andrew Hogan is a senior analyst serving Customer Experience Professionals. He focuses on experience design — specifically user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) design for websites, apps, messaging, and digital-physical interactions. He researches the future of experience design, identifies trends and patterns, analyzes best practices, and examines which experience design services firms and agencies are best suited to help and how.

Previous Work Experience

Prior to joining Forrester, Andrew was associate director of digital strategy at agency R2C Group, working with clients on site, social, CRM, and paid acquisition efforts.

Before R2C Group, Andrew was a senior strategist at digital and innovation agency T3. There, he guided strategy on apps, social efforts, CRM programs, and site and product prototypes. He also led the agency’s research into mobile's effect on consumer expectations and its connection to customer experience.

Education

Andrew holds a BBA in marketing from Texas State University.

Andrew Hogan

Senior Analyst Serving Customer Experience Professionals

Andrew Hogan is a senior analyst serving Customer Experience Professionals. He focuses on experience design — specifically user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) design for websites, apps, messaging, and digital-physical interactions. He researches the future of experience design, identifies trends and patterns, analyzes best practices, and examines which experience design services firms and agencies are best suited to help and how.

Previous Work Experience

Prior to joining Forrester, Andrew was associate director of digital strategy at agency R2C Group, working with clients on site, social, CRM, and paid acquisition efforts.

Before R2C Group, Andrew was a senior strategist at digital and innovation agency T3. There, he guided strategy on apps, social efforts, CRM programs, and site and product prototypes. He also led the agency’s research into mobile's effect on consumer expectations and its connection to customer experience.

Education

Andrew holds a BBA in marketing from Texas State University.

Andrew Hogan's Research

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  • For Application Development & Delivery Professionals

    REPORT: Forrester Infographic: Customer Service Chatbots Fail Consumers Today

    January 30, 2019 Ian Jacobs, Julie A. Ask, Andrew Hogan

    Brands increasingly rely on chatbots for customer service as a way to deflect inbound calls and reduce costs, but Forrester Analytics data shows that consumers aren't thrilled. Consumers are reluctant to trust a chatbot to resolve their service issues, and they remain skeptical that chatbots can provide a similar level of service as a human agent. Application development and delivery (AD&D) pros should use this Forrester Infographic to understand why consumers don't like chatbots for customer service and what to do about it.

  • For Customer Experience Professionals

    REPORT: The Fear Of Hiring XD Providers And How To Overcome It

    Companies Fear Abandonment, Failure, Infighting, Arrogance, And Chaos, But Three Tactics Can Help

    December 13, 2018Andrew Hogan

    It's smart for companies to contract with an outside firm for experience design (XD) — but they often fear how the partnership might go sour. This bite-size brief highlights five common disappointments we uncovered through a projective research session. It then lays out three tactics customer experience (CX) professionals can apply to steer clear of the bad outcomes that inspire these fears.

  • For Customer Experience Professionals

    REPORT: The Six Key Steps To Instituting Good Experience Design

    Beginner Level: Design Practices For CX Transformation

    October 30, 2018 Kelly Price, Andrew Hogan, Jennifer Wise, Ryan Hart

    Getting experience design right is essential to customer experience (CX) transformation — it means performing specific activities required for defining and refining experiences based on your vision and research-based customer understanding. This report is for CX transformation leaders whose organizations perform these activities but with insufficient rigor. It explains how to achieve the beginner level of maturity in the design competency. Forrester refreshes this report regularly based on new research.

  • For Customer Experience Professionals

    REPORT: Experiment With New Approaches At The Leading Edge Of Design

    Advanced Level: Design Practices For CX Transformation

    October 30, 2018Andrew Hogan

    Getting experience design right is essential to CX transformation — it means performing specific activities required for defining and refining experiences based on your vision and research-based customer understanding. This report is for CX transformation leaders whose organizations perform these activities with discipline and are therefore ready to innovate in how they perform them. It explains how to achieve this advanced level of maturity in the design competency. Forrester refreshes this report regularly based on new research.

  • For eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

    REPORT: The Forrester Banking Sales Wave™: Canadian Mobile Sites, Q4 2018

    Canadian Banks Need More Compelling Content And Easier Navigation To Win Prospects

    October 29, 2018 Alyson Clarke, August Du Pont, Andrew Hogan

    Chequing accounts are central to a customer's relationship with their primary bank, and an increasing number of Canadians are using their mobile phone to find research and apply for an account. To assess how helpful sites are to customers with smartphones, we evaluated the mobile sites of five large Canadian banks and one digital-only bank. This report identifies where these companies excel — and where they lag — and what digital business strategy and customer experience executives can learn from them.

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