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WHAT is
why are you here today?
We are all marketers now.
WHAT is
Is this
Call to
action?
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Call-to-action?
Call-to-action?
Call-to-action?
9
In marketing, a call to action (CTA)
is an instruction to the audience
to provoke an immediate response
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In marketing, a call to action (CTA)
is an instruction to the audience
to provoke an immediate response
CALL TO ACTION
Make your customers
do what you want them to do.
CALL TO ACTION DESIGN
is designing a process that strikes a note
with your target users.
Curiosity Attention Interest Action Complete
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CALL TO ACTION DESIGN
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But first. What’s most challenging in
designing something for someone?
Building a bicycle
Price Guarantee Stamp
Authorised Dealer Stamp
The one with the better conversions?
Dating App Buttons
CRM Site
CRM Site
An University site…
Don’t assume.
WHO are you really designing the site for?
#1. Remember
you’re not your user
29
#2. Users have something in common.
Gutenberg Diagram
They also have the 4 ‘No’s.
× No money
× No time
× No patience
× No tolerance
“What’s in it for me?”
Optimising conversions
is important
#3. Controlling loss
matters too
37
CALL TO ACTION DESIGN
Advertisement
Website
Product
Shopping Cart
Transaction
Your
possible
conversions
Your
conversions
Remember
you’re not
your user
Understand
your TA’s
common
behaviours
Focus on
both
conversions
and loss
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Let’s talk about CTA design
CTA Design Process
Research
Define
DesignTest
Improve
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CTA Design Process
Research
Define
DesignTest
Improve
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Business User
44
Business User
45
Research focus
Researching from business’s POV
Business
Research
Solve the
right
problems
Understand
brand
mission &
vision
Understand
bu...
Remember problem solving?
Solve the right problems
Understand brand mission & vision
Limitations
• Technology
• Legislation
Opportunities
• Changes in
user needs
• Market
changes
Understand business model
Understand current state & obstacles
Analyse your competitors
Researching from user’s POV
User
Research
Who are
your target
audience?
Understand
their mental
model
Identify
motivations...
Think of a switch.
Think about applying for visa @ the embassy
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Perceptions
• Opinions /
views
• Positive /
Negative
associations
Experience
• Past
experiences
Needs
• Current needs
/...
Motivation:
Are there any? Sufficient to
trigger actions?
Ability:
Knowledge level, abilities and
obstacles?
Trigger Point...
Why do we queue?
Level of Awareness
• User totally doesn’t know there’s a problem.
Completely
Unaware
• User knows there’s a problem but do...
Amount of Information
Completely Unaware
Problem-Aware
Solution-Aware
Product-Aware
Most Aware
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CTA Design Process
Research
Define
DesignTest
Improve
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Business User
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Business
: __________________
#1. Describe what you hope user to do in 1 sentence
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User
: __________________
#1. Describe what user hopes to do in 1 sentence
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User
: __________________
Business
: __________________
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User
: I just want to check out the site.
Business
: I want users to sign up or download app.
Let’s pick a site and try…
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User
: __________________
Business
: __________________
CTA Design Process
Research
Define
DesignTest
Improve
75
Attention Attraction Action Assistance Again
Activity: Good or bad?
• Choose 1 site
• Choose your 5A assessment points from the wall
• Run through the site and discuss...
• Stand in TA's perspectiveThink
• Can your TA see the focusSee
• Don't Make Me ThinkStraightforward
• Evoke the right emo...
CTA Design Process
Research
Define
DesignTest
Improve
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CTA Design Process
Research
Define
DesignTest
Improve
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Thank you!
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Designing for Call to Action

  1. 1. WHAT is
  2. 2. why are you here today?
  3. 3. We are all marketers now.
  4. 4. WHAT is
  5. 5. Is this Call to action?
  6. 6. 6 Call-to-action?
  7. 7. Call-to-action?
  8. 8. Call-to-action?
  9. 9. 9 In marketing, a call to action (CTA) is an instruction to the audience to provoke an immediate response
  10. 10. 10 In marketing, a call to action (CTA) is an instruction to the audience to provoke an immediate response
  11. 11. CALL TO ACTION Make your customers do what you want them to do.
  12. 12. CALL TO ACTION DESIGN is designing a process that strikes a note with your target users.
  13. 13. Curiosity Attention Interest Action Complete 14 CALL TO ACTION DESIGN
  14. 14. 15 But first. What’s most challenging in designing something for someone?
  15. 15. Building a bicycle
  16. 16. Price Guarantee Stamp
  17. 17. Authorised Dealer Stamp
  18. 18. The one with the better conversions?
  19. 19. Dating App Buttons
  20. 20. CRM Site
  21. 21. CRM Site
  22. 22. An University site…
  23. 23. Don’t assume.
  24. 24. WHO are you really designing the site for?
  25. 25. #1. Remember you’re not your user
  26. 26. 29 #2. Users have something in common.
  27. 27. Gutenberg Diagram
  28. 28. They also have the 4 ‘No’s. × No money × No time × No patience × No tolerance
  29. 29. “What’s in it for me?”
  30. 30. Optimising conversions is important
  31. 31. #3. Controlling loss matters too
  32. 32. 37 CALL TO ACTION DESIGN Advertisement Website Product Shopping Cart Transaction
  33. 33. Your possible conversions Your conversions
  34. 34. Remember you’re not your user Understand your TA’s common behaviours Focus on both conversions and loss 39
  35. 35. Let’s talk about CTA design
  36. 36. CTA Design Process Research Define DesignTest Improve 41
  37. 37. CTA Design Process Research Define DesignTest Improve 42
  38. 38. 43 Business User
  39. 39. 44 Business User
  40. 40. 45 Research focus
  41. 41. Researching from business’s POV Business Research Solve the right problems Understand brand mission & vision Understand business model Understand current state & obstacles Analyse your competitors 46
  42. 42. Remember problem solving?
  43. 43. Solve the right problems
  44. 44. Understand brand mission & vision
  45. 45. Limitations • Technology • Legislation Opportunities • Changes in user needs • Market changes Understand business model
  46. 46. Understand current state & obstacles
  47. 47. Analyse your competitors
  48. 48. Researching from user’s POV User Research Who are your target audience? Understand their mental model Identify motivations, capabilities and trigger points Understand what users know and don’t know 53
  49. 49. Think of a switch.
  50. 50. Think about applying for visa @ the embassy
  51. 51. 60 Perceptions • Opinions / views • Positive / Negative associations Experience • Past experiences Needs • Current needs / pain points Values • Beliefs / biases
  52. 52. Motivation: Are there any? Sufficient to trigger actions? Ability: Knowledge level, abilities and obstacles? Trigger Point: Trigger a positive emotional response?
  53. 53. Why do we queue?
  54. 54. Level of Awareness • User totally doesn’t know there’s a problem. Completely Unaware • User knows there’s a problem but don’t know the solution.Problem-Aware • User knows solution but don’t know product provides solution.Solution-Aware • User knows product but isn’t sure if it’s suitable.Product-Aware • User knows product well, and just needs a deal.Most Aware 65
  55. 55. Amount of Information Completely Unaware Problem-Aware Solution-Aware Product-Aware Most Aware 66
  56. 56. CTA Design Process Research Define DesignTest Improve 67
  57. 57. 68 Business User
  58. 58. 69 Business : __________________ #1. Describe what you hope user to do in 1 sentence
  59. 59. 70 User : __________________ #1. Describe what user hopes to do in 1 sentence
  60. 60. 71 User : __________________ Business : __________________
  61. 61. 72 User : I just want to check out the site. Business : I want users to sign up or download app.
  62. 62. Let’s pick a site and try…
  63. 63. 74 User : __________________ Business : __________________
  64. 64. CTA Design Process Research Define DesignTest Improve 75
  65. 65. Attention Attraction Action Assistance Again
  66. 66. Activity: Good or bad? • Choose 1 site • Choose your 5A assessment points from the wall • Run through the site and discuss in your team: – Identify your TA – Identify your business and user goals – How this site perform well on CTA? – How can this site improve on CTA? • Time: 15 mins • Share your findings: 5 mins / team 77
  67. 67. • Stand in TA's perspectiveThink • Can your TA see the focusSee • Don't Make Me ThinkStraightforward • Evoke the right emotionsTrigger • Relatable to the goalsRelevance
  68. 68. CTA Design Process Research Define DesignTest Improve 79
  69. 69. CTA Design Process Research Define DesignTest Improve 80
  70. 70. 81 Thank you!

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