The main reason for this project is to spark discussion in the community and raise awareness to the WWE that although the WWE Network is a great start, it drastically needs to be updated with new functionality in order to increase and retain the subscribers.
It will also demonstrate my skills in Digital Strategy, Product Development and User Experience Design.
This aims to be constructive criticism and hopefully throughout, I can engage in useful conversation with like minded fans of this unique artform and ultimately if some of these ideas can be built into the WWE Network, then it will have succeeded to retain me as a subscriber.
The project will include:
A white paper
A keynote presentation
Periodic blog posts
Public roadmap (Trello)
This is the first in a series of blog posts but it also serves as a call to action. The best UX projects put the users at the heart of it. It’s an approach called User Centred Design (UCD).
I’d appreciate if you fill in this quick survey and share it amongst your friends, facebook groups and wrestling forums. I’ll be giving away three WWE Network gift cards.
I may have stated that getting the right trainers was one of my number one priorities for marathon preparation, but I neglected to identify the most important tool I’ll need to get round the marathon route; my own body!
It’s not just training that I will require to get around the marathon route but months of commitment to a strict diet will also need to be followed.
I’ll be planning this out over the next few weeks but I’ve been lucky enough to get a framework sent to me by one of the fittest people I know. Robbie Smythe.
The following guide was passed onto me by another marathon runner too (Robbie Hutchinson) so I know it works.
The general guide is as follows but I’ll be expanding more on the specific meals I’ll be making over the next five months too.
After months of texts, tweets and phone calls from me, Sir Mo Farah finally decided to take up my challenge and race me over 26.2 miles next April.
BBC Sport reported the news this morning and it was a relief to me because I thought I’d be running around London on my own next April but at least I have the comfort in knowing that I’ll have a four time olympic champion breathing down my neck.
The three month free trial of Apple Music had come to an end for many, if, like me, you’re actually paying for the service now, there’s some new features that should be added to retain me as a paying customer.
In such a competitive market as the hotel booking industry that relies on the usability of various web services, be they apps or responsive websites, I’m finding the new campaign from Wieden + Kennedy as a bit of a strange one.