AMPLIFIED got their new illustration or graphics by running a design contest:
#FEEDBACKFAIL CHALLENGE NEEDS COMIC STRIP STYLE SKETCH ILLUSTRATION
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We are a mobile technology that allows customers to give feedback about what's working and what's not, directly to a company from their mobile device within seconds, tracked specific to each company location, department and employee.
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I want the conversation you see below turned into what feels like a comic book style page. It's a conversation between a waiter and a guest. --------------------------------------------- Title at top of page says: WE GUARANTEE YOUR FAVORITE RESTAURANT WILL FAIL THIS TEST We Dare You To Prove Us Wrong! #FeedbackFail Challenge Next time you go to a restaurant, ask your Host OR Waiter OR Bartender the following question, and the conversation will go EXACTLY like this... SCENE 1 CUSTOMER: "Excuse me...how do I give some private feedback directly to the restaurant?" WAITER: (With a concerned expression) "Oh my...is everything ok? Anything I can do for you?" SCENE 2 CUSTOMER: "No no, everything is totally fine..." WAITER: "Well...you can tell me... Or would you like for me to get a manager for you?" SCENE 3 CUSTOMER: "No I'm not looking to speak to anyone right now...just wondering if there's a way to leave some private and direct feedback specifically for the restaurant?" WAITER: (After giving you a somewhat bewildered expression) "Well...are you familiar with YELP? Or maybe try our website? " (At this point, even though you're telling them everything is fine, they're very concerned, and it's beginning to get uncomfortable for everyone involved. They are nervous, their forehead is beginning to sweat, and their brow is furrowed with concern) SCENE 4 CUSTOMER: "Well YELP is more for public reviews... Is the website my only option for leaving private feedback that goes directly to the restaurant?" WAITER: (They now realize for sure that they really don't have any good answers to address your need, and they are super uncomfortable and feel like they've done something wrong) "Well, yes...I believe so...we may have some feedback cards somewhere as well? Do you want me to check to see if we do? Yes, let me check to see if we have feedback cards, I'll be right back!" SCENE 5 At this point, they are SURE something is wrong, and they want to do their best to nip it in the bud, so with concern all over their face and body language, they run cartoon style STRAIGHT to the manager (make the manager a woman), to ask if there are feedback cards on site (which there aren't of course). The manager says no, and asks why. Of course, the concerned Host / Waiter / Bartender tells them about the inquisitive guest, and the manager promptly heads to the table hurriedly to make sure everything is ok... SCENE 6 MANAGER: "Hello, my name is Laura. I'm the manager here. Kirkland told me that you had a concern? Is there anything I can do for you?" Then with a forced smile, annoyed to have to repeat himself, and annoyed to have to talk to manager when he said he didn't want to talk to anyone, and slightly uncomfortable but trying to be cordial, CUSTOMER SAYS: "No, as I told Kirkland, everything is totally fine...just wondering if there's a way to leave some private and direct feedback specifically for the restaurant?" SCENE 7 MANAGER: "Well...you can tell me...is there anything I can do to help?" And CUSTOMER will commence to have the EXACT same uncomfortable conversation they just had with the Hostess / Waiter / Bartender, after they've just told them they didn't want to speak to anyone: CUSTOMER: "No no, everything's fine, I promise. I just want to know how to leave some private and direct feedback specifically for the restaurant, but I don't necessarily want to talk to someone. How would I do that?" SCENE 8 One of three things will now happen. Scenario 1: They Immediately take out their card and management's card and say,"We take guest feedback very seriously. Please feel free to email me/us at any time at this email address here on the card." Scenario 2: They say, "If you're familiar with YELP, you can definitely leave some feedback there, and management reads every review on YELP." Scenario 3: They will take out a card for the company that handles their PR (since they don't understand the difference between PR and feedback, and or since some external company clearly has a better understanding of how to engage with their customers than they do) and say "Here's the information for the company that handles our PR. They also deal with any feedback from customers, our Social Media, etc. If there's anything else I can do, please let me know." What you will find is that no matter how big the restaurant chain is, or how small, you will get the same response every time from 99/100 hosts, waiters, bartenders and managers. Why? Because NO ONE has a simple, effective way for customers to give private feedback directly to a restaurant that is tracked specific to each location, department and employee OF that restaurant. Now let's take that same scenario with a company that has a CANDID account. SCENE 9 CUSTOMER: "Excuse me...how do I give some private and direct feedback to the restaurant?" SCENE 10 WAITER: "No problem! Here is my personal mobile feedback card (waiter handing card to customer). If you have feedback for me specifically, just go to that feedback URL on my card, and any feedback you leave will be tracked specific to me. I see it, my boss sees it, regional sees it, corporate sees it. SCENE 11 WAITER: If you have feedback about the restaurant in general, you can just go to this other feedback URL here on my card (close-up of card with waiter finger pointing to feedback URL), and that feedback is tracked specific to this location. You can do that anonymously, but if you want a response from management, just indicate that in your message and a manager will respond directly to you." SCENE 12 CUSTOMER: And you will say: "Wow, very simple. Thank you."
Again, I want it to look and feel like a comic book sketch convo
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