Rebecca Sentance

About Rebecca Sentance

Deputy Editor, Blog

Rebecca is an internet aficionado, technology enthusiast, and an ardent fact-checker. Her favourite topics to sound off on include voice search, SEO, emerging technology, digital transformation, UX, and ridiculously overhyped marketing trends.

 Away from the blog, she can mostly be found on Twitter.

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Moonpig on innovating during a pandemic, internal empathy and nailing the basics of UX

Camila Diaz is Head of Product Design and Research at online greetings cards and gift company Moonpig. At Moonpig, Product Design is a discipline that comprises a range of UX-related functions, including user research, user experience design, information architecture, visual design interaction, and service design thinking. As such, Diaz played a pivotal role in the […]

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Three UX and accessibility lessons from National Rail’s greyscale fiasco

It’s an incident that we can expect to see featured in countless presentations about the importance of accessibility, user experience (UX) and design: on Sunday 11th April, National Rail changed the colour scheme of its website from its signature blue and yellow to greyscale as a mark of respect for the passing of Prince Philip, […]

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Diageo on D2C strategy, owning search and adapting to new consumer moments

For brands who primarily sold to or interacted with customers via a physical venue, the Covid-19 pandemic and the lockdown that it brought prompted an abrupt shift towards finding ways to interact with customers in the digital realm instead. This was particularly true for beverage company Diageo, which owns drinks brands like Guinness, Baileys, Smirnoff, […]

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Babylon Health on customer engagement strategy and email design

At Day Two of the Festival of Marketing: the Bottom Line, Catherine Allan, Associate Director CRM at Babylon Health, laid out the approach that the brand takes to customer engagement, how it is facilitated by collaboration across the organisation, and how messaging across different channels works together to smooth the customer journey.

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How Confused.com rebuilt its brand through customer insight, doing things differently and taking a long-term view

The insurance comparison market is a colourful, competitive place full of larger-than-life marketing characters, from opera-singing men to catchphrase-uttering meerkats, all of them vying for consumer attention and recall. From 2016 to 2017, Confused.com also had its own memorable character in the form of James Corden, who was the face of the brand’s ‘Drivers Win’ […]

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What is CRM and why do you need it?

When people in marketing talk about CRM, they typically mean one of two things: the practice of CRM, which stands for customer relationship management; or CRM systems, the platforms that enable marketers to carry out customer relationship management. The two are pretty closely linked, as if you’re considering improving or building a strategy for CRM […]