Journey maps are not a new concept. Traditionally, researchers use qualitative insights to tell the story of a customer’s journey to inform design. However, this approach doesn’t always give visibility into the entire picture. That’s where quantitative data comes in.
Analytics and metrics can easily be integrated into the traditional journey map structure, providing additional insight into customer behavior and business impact. By matching the right data with each touchpoint, we can better understand the gravity of pain points, the business impact of new opportunities and how a customer’s experience impacts their overall satisfaction.