This project was borne out of a need to simplify the incredibly complex TV-buying experience and address a universal, industry-wide pain point that no TV provider has solved.
The path was clear: to make buying TV a simple, effortless, and transparent experience, we had to break down the barriers between consumers and the TV they love. In other words, we had to make the “annoying TV company” disappear.
To simplify the TV-buying process and effortlessly guide users through the many paths to purchase,
we made content the hero. We purposefully ignored any concept of deals, packages, price points, or other
gimmicks, which only serve to complicate and confuse.
An explorative user experience encouraged users to “like” their favorite shows and channels and get excited about
their entertainment. All the while, we crunched the numbers
behind the screens, automatically building out the best-fit TV package for each customer. The project included a new digital voice, guiding design principles, and development of a mobile-first MVP, including package configurator and cart.
By humanizing the user experience, we were able to eliminate the complexity of
traditional TV packages, develop rapport with prospects through the content they love, and seamlessly right-size users into their ideal TV packages. In addition, we were able to reframe consumer perceptions about the DISH brand and service, all without changing the product one bit!