How many customers call your tech support with questions that are clearly answered in your user manuals? My guess: quite a few. People in general – and men, in particular – just don’t like reading manuals. So, what to do? Should you simply throw your hands in the air – que, sera, sera! – and keep spending money on answering unnecessary questions? Or should you try something a little different?
Australian engineering company Joolca had an idea. For their flagship product HOTTAP – the world’s most compact water heater of its kind – they wanted to create a “cheat sheet”. This was to be a distilled version of the user manual, including only the most important points.
The question then became: how do you get people to read a cheat sheet?
I created a piece of surprise print collateral. Delivered in the format of a (very thin) tabloid newspaper, it’s designed to tactfully shift the responsibility of ownership to… well, the owner.
Link to PDF on the right.
- Client Joolca
- Industry Consumer goods
- Media Product collateral