What Does the Future Look Like for Experiential Design?

 

As more industries face the pressure to give a quality experience to their end users, how will more intentional experiential design lead to a better customer experience?

Daniel Litwin asked the host of MarketScale’s Experience by Design, Bryan Meszaros, what the future of experiential design looks like.

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