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What are the significant events in their lives? What provides structure? What do they look forward to or dread? What network of relationships do they have? How interrelated are they? What kind of relationships do they have with partners, and with authority? What are they passionate about – sport, technology, music, mates, issues, causes? However good your checklist, immersion is not a technique that lends itself to a highly systematic or scientific approach. One of the hardest projects I ever worked on was for a chain of holiday camps in the UK called Pontin’s.
We are not going to go through every technique, but again we’ll focus on five approaches that have reliably delivered great insights: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Immersion or ethnographic research Using experts and opinion leaders Trade-offs and the Calibrator Consumer generators Segmentation or market mapping. By now, you shouldn’t be surprised to see that we won’t be dealing with focus groups in any great detail. To be fair, focus groups may occasionally yield some enlightenment – but only if there is a very high quality brief and a really excellent moderator.
To emphasise this point, think of colours. Purple means luxury in some cultures, but is the colour of death in others, while in western countries a red cross is associated with medical assistance. Semiotics is the study of culturally rooted codes or patterns, by which we interpret and upon which we act. Semiotic insight enables us to decode the 23 24 Added Value codes. In fact it does more; it allows us to see trends. As the grim example of the codes of racism showed, patterns are hard to change, but they can and thankfully do evolve.