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  1. The way we use technology to communicate varies drastically based on age, perhaps most conspicuously within family circles. Communication between a brother and sister, or another generational peer, is typically a much more fluid experience than with a parent, grandparent or distant relative. While younger generations have commonly adopted social media platforms to stay connected, technological accessibility often leaves older generations out of the loop. As our ecosystem of communication technologies grows more diverse, how can we look to develop experiences that are easy for older, in some cases less technologically-savvy generations to adopt, while still keeping younger, digital natives engaged?
    https://appdevelopermagazine.com/mobile-app-design-tips-for-all-generations/
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  2. UX design is all about providing your users with the information they’re looking for, and doing that in the cleanest and most intuitive way possible. Sounds challenging right? Well that’s just a day in the life of a UX Designer.

    In this article, we’ve rounded up a list of the most useful tools for UX Designers and to make it a bit more user-friendly, we’ve broken these tools into five different categories: UX Analytics Tools, Session Recording & Heatmapping Tools, A/B Testing Tools, Visual Feedback Tools, and Prototyping & Wireframing Tools.
    https://mopinion.com/top-25-tools-for-ux-designers/
    Tags: , , , by eringilliam (2018-07-16)
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  3. “Security is everyone’s job now.” These are wise words from Amazon’s CTO Dr. Werner Vogels, especially for companies embarking on a digital transformation or accelerating their journey.

    Why should we all consider this advice? A recent report released by McKinsey i » shows impressive figures: More than 100 billion lines of code are created annually, and hackers produce some 120 million new variants of malware every year. A strong Cybersecurity strategy is essential. Gartner research predicts that “By 2020, 60% of digital businesses will have suffered a major service failure.”

    Is it any wonder, then, that Cybersecurity issues keep all of us up at night? The fundamental issue is not about developing new Cybersecurity capabilities as part of business strategy. Instead, it’s about integrating them seamlessly.
    http://saudigazette.com.sa/article/538981/BUSINESS/3-steps-toward-cybersecurity-in-a-digital-world/
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  4. User experience is vital in digital marketing and this marketing approach allows companies to achieve such goals, he adds. Companies could utilise the data they collect to send personalised marketing content to users. They could also continually improve their websites and apps to make them more user-friendly.

    This compares with sending customers inappropriate marketing material that could annoy them and put them off your products or services. “Things like sending an email with the same content to all your clients and hoping for them to respond are a bit old school. It is an old method and not the way to go,” says Srivatsan.
    http://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/marketing-digital-marketing-play-bigger-role/
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  5. User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) are intimately connected. In fact, it is the user interface that determines what experience a user has with software/programs with which he is interacting. Good UI will provide what is called a “user-friendly” experience, one that lets the user interact with a piece of software in easily and intuitively.

    This is all related to the design. And specifically with educational and training software, user interface is everything. No one wants a learner to struggle to figure out where to go, what to do next, or how to find something. The entire learning experience should be seamless, so that focus can be placed on the learning objectives and activities.

    So, what are the most critical features of UI design that will provide the perfect experience for learners? Here are five of them.
    https://www.trainingzone.co.uk/community/blogs/elenap/5-essential-ui-tips-for-a-great-learner-experience/
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  6. So you have a million-dollar app idea? That's awesome! Oh, did you say you have kickass programming skills to turn it into a reality, too? Amazing! Now, all there is left to do is to design your app to look aesthetically pleasing and make it so easy to use that a five-year-old would have no problem navigating through it.
    https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/crash-course-ux-ui-design-090000714.html/
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  7. As consumers search from more places than ever before, it's vital that marketers deliver experiences that perform. Contributor Jim Yu shares tips on how to deliver a great experience at every search touch point.
    https://searchengineland.com/improving-the-customer-experience-means-getting-search-right-301800/
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  8. In customer experience (CX), mobile is becoming everything. But, mobile success requires a lot more than just having an app or mobile site.

    With over 40% of online transactions and growing, mobile is eating the world day by day. When a customer sets out to learn and make a decision, the smartphone is the gateway to discovery.

    Smartphones, popular apps and on-demand services push consumer behaviors in new, disruptive directions. As a result, customers are introduced to direct and even unorthodox ways to discover relevant information, insights and desired outcomes.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/briansolis/2018/07/11/mobile-is-eating-the-customer-journey/#70bc3efb76f6/
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  9. There is a Spanish proverb that translates: “In the blacksmith’s house, a wooden knife”, and is the paradox of how there can be scarcity of something where there should be abundance. It happens to be true in many professions.

    What about UX Designers? They are all about analyzing human behavior to develop solutions that create meaningful digital » experiences. They feel passionate about finding the pain points in users and releasing that pain through new or improved products and services.

    But, who analyzes the pain points of UX Designers? Who studies their behavior, their interactions, their experiences? Other Designers?
    https://uxdesign.cc/who-solves-user-experience-issues-for-ux-professionals-e0a31afa0ee8/
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  10. The basic idea is this: UX design is all about getting inside the head of your visitor. It’s about creating a simple, seamless, and enjoyable experience for your users. The idea is to deliver information quickly and even make them smile. Good UX design sparks dopamine and happiness in your visitors. And that makes them more likely to trust you. Crucially, it makes them more likely to buy from you.

    After going over the 25 basics in our last UX design article, let’s take a look at how it works in action. Specifically, we’re looking at the UX design of e commerce websites. How do these websites use clever UX design tricks to encourage their visitors to buy?
    https://www.bitcatcha.com/blog/x-examples-perfect-ecommerce-ux-design-x-bad-ones/
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