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Sometimes ideas sound great in theory, but don’t work well in practice. That’s why prototyping with actual users is essential.
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To truly understand and design the best possible information architecture for an app or website, find the biggest whiteboard in your office and start drawing.
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For the last few years, marketers have used 'teaser text' to give users a sneak peak of an email's content. Learn why we've found that the teaser text is often invisible in email today.
http://www.uxteam.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/shopping-cart.jpg 295 845 Chris Gieger http://www.uxteam.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/ux-team-logo.png Chris Gieger2014-06-16 12:23:592014-06-16 12:27:00E-commerce Shopping Cart Usability Research Findings
In this research article, they discuss how you should provide features that allow shoppers make easy, final purchase decisions.
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Designers, clinicians, psychologists, and human factors experts all focus on studying and designing solutions that could reduce medical mistakes made in hospitals
http://www.uxteam.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/IBM1.png 357 635 Chris Gieger http://www.uxteam.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/ux-team-logo.png Chris Gieger2013-10-09 13:15:422015-09-09 17:07:21Every Dollar Invested In Ease Of Use Returns $10 To $100
For developers and manufacturers, the advantages of creating usable products far outweigh the costs. The rule of thumb: Every dollar invested in ease of use returns $10 to $100. - IBM
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A web application’s design and usability is just as important as that application’s functionality. If users can’t immediately figure out how to use a web application, then we haven’t done our job correctly.
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The Blur Test is an old art school technique used to reveal a design’s focal point and visual hierarchy. Let’s see how Go Daddy holds up to The Blur Test.
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Focus Groups and Usability Tests are often mistaken as being the same thing when in reality they really could not be more different.
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This is a great video from Susan Weinschenk (Chief of UX Strategy at HFI), which illustrates what many of us UX professionals preach on a regular basis—the value of User Experience.