The pandemic transformed how we shop. Millions now prefer curbside and buy-online-pickup-in-store (BOPIS) options, but customers and employees are clamoring for upgrades. Join WillowTree designers Ryan Davis, Maris DeBruhl, and Brogan Williams as they reimagine the BOPIS experience, solve for bottlenecks, and enhance connection between shoppers and retailers.
In this second episode of 2 Weeks to Better, we reimagine the curbside pickup experience that became so crucial throughout the pandemic. Three expert designers must quickly navigate BOPIS strategy, field research, user empathy, and analytics to design a new concept that brings joy back to the shopping experience.
Their proposed concepts remove friction and deliver a more personalized and engaging experience for shoppers and employees alike.
See how WillowTree fulfills this tall order.
Once shoppers park, they can pull out their phones to scan a QR code at the concept’s multi-purpose Check-in Kiosk. Forgot your wallet, or don’t want to get out of your car? No worries. No ID check, pin or license plate number needed at this curbside pick-up.
Rather than mindlessly scrolling in the parking lot, shoppers can also use the kiosk to track their wait time, check out shopping tips, consider add-on items, and indicate whether they need assistance with their order.
Our manager dashboard creates a traffic control-like experience that tracks order progress, average wait time, employees on duty, and other key metrics to ensure customer satisfaction.
We know store associate satisfaction matters, too. Through the employee dashboard, staffers can assess personal performance and step up to fill gaps in the order queue.
When employees go the extra mile to provide a great customer experience, the app’s interstitials and modals deliver that positive feedback to associates and managers alike.