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Optimizing eCommerce User Experience: Interview with eCommerce Specialist Melvin Simpson

Businesses of all sizes today have an online presence. The eCommerce space is not just about sales but about establishing a credible brand that is visible to customers across digital channels. Online retail sales in the US itself have exceeded $230 billion and form an increasing chunk of the total retail sales. For brands that

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Understanding Object Oriented UX: Interview with Sophia V Prater

Sophia Voychehovski Prater runs ReWired UX, a studio in Atlanta, Georgia. She has worked with clients like AT&T, The Atlanta History Center, Coca-Cola, Athena Health, and worked in-house with CNN Digital. When she’s not consulting for clients, Sophia writes, speaks, and runs coaching workshops about Object-Oriented User Experience (OOUX). What is object-oriented user experience, you

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Dark Patterns Harm Usability

Dark patterns in design are one end, an ethical issue. How fair it is to try and push the user into a direction that benefits your goals is still debated. In some cases, there’s a fine line between prompting the user for more active engagement or tricking them into diving deeper. In other cases, dark

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Design Podcasts to Follow

One of the best ways to grow as a designer is to learn from the ideas and experiences of others. These ten podcasts provide plenty of that. So tune in to them to get your creative juices flowing and some fun anecdotes from the world of user experience and design.

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How Typography Affects Web Design

Every day you are perceiving a huge amount of different information. Moreover, the are so many ways, through which you are getting your ‘brain meal’. Among them are tabloids, social media networks, personal or corporate blogs, online magazines, films. There is something that almost all of the visual information flows have in common. The text.

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Is your enterprise business cashing on in live chat?

There are no diminutives in enterprise businesses: with multiple levels, locations, divisions, and departments comes a large customer base, followed up by huge challenges and prohibitive costs. Luckily, enterprise leaders are usually just as immensely bold and big on efficient solutions. Hence the development of business chat software, the latest addition to their digital toolkits.

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How to design user-friendly web forms?

Web forms are ubiquitous and are a part and parcel of almost every website. Users interact with websites most commonly via forms. Be it to enter credit card details, fill in personal details, or sign up for a service. They act as a user interface for your web application. Hence, the user interface for web

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A non designer’s design lexis

The value is in what gets used, not in what gets built. – Kris Gale

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Hamburger Menu: A Headache To UX?

Alternatives to the hamburger menu icon Written by Shubham Gupta for the zipBoard blog. The 3 stacked line icon that you normally see on the top left or right corner of your website or app is known as the hamburger menu (often referred to as a hamburger option or sandwich). Before getting into why it was

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15 People To Follow In Design & Technology

Check out these authors to get an insight into best practices, processes, and inspiration from the tech world!

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