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  1. There is a growing focus on user experience and application programming interfaces (APIs) with the ongoing launch of digital propositions in the banking and lending sectors driving this. This is mainly due to the requirements of “millennial” customers.

    Many of these customers are used to the look and feel of gaming software, as a result smart phone technology is increasingly being used to deal with applying for and servicing financial services products. To get ahead of this trend, there are currently IT development teams in financial services software businesses working hard to ensure that they deliver a great user experience to users of their software.
    https://www.mortgagefinancegazette.com/market-commentary/growing-focus-user-experience-04-09-2018/
    Tags: , , , , by eringilliam (2018-09-25)
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  2. For almost a decade, we’ve talked about wanting to modernize enterprise software user interfaces (UI) to match consumer software, but we’ve gone about it the wrong way. The modernization of UI was proposed as a solution to meet the increased expectations that enterprise software should be as simple to use and nice to navigate as the applications we use at home from any device. But investing in software UI that merely looks beautiful is a waste of time and resources.
    https://diginomica.com/2018/09/05/software-will-never-be-beautiful-its-the-experience-that-counts/
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  3. Software has never been more accessible than it is today. User interface design has never been more straightforward, or more standardised. Today, we can all enjoy websites, products and applications without having to trade in hours of training and technical know-how.

    This widespread accessibility seems patently beneficial. After all, software proficiency is no longer the sole realm of programmers and IT experts. Technology has got over its elitism problem, and become inclusive to users of almost all skill levels.

    The question is: is this digital ‘dumbing down’ as desirable as it first appears? What we can gain in ease of use, we can also lose regarding user control. There is a fine line between dull and primitive; between refined and reduced. Unfortunately, there is no quick and easy answer as to just how quick and easy software should be.
    https://usabilitygeek.com/is-digital-dumbing-down-desirable/
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  4. Usability is about one thing and that is the quality of interaction between people and products. It’s really that simple. However, the process involved to ensure this quality is less straightforward. Also, to clarify, usability is human factors. They are one and the same.

    The task of increasing the quality of interactions between people and products can be driven by regulation. For example, making a product safe to use. However, the commercial drivers of making the product more efficient and satisfying to use are just as significant.

    It’s important to know that usability isn’t something that is only applied to medical products, nor is it something that is only applied to complex devices. Something as simple as a tin opener has progressed dramatically since the mid-1900s with regard to usability, as has the folding of a baby stroller and the user experience of many software applications. It’s all around us.
    https://www.medicalplasticsnews.com/news/opinion/whats-the-use/
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  5. There is no doubting that the CRM industry is a thriving one. According to Gartner, CRM is now considered the largest of all software markets – with a worldwide revenue of nearly $39.5 billion. Research director at Gartner even stated that CRM will ‘be the fastest growing software market with a growth rate of 16%’ in 2018. So why is this software so in vogue? CRM software now lies at heart of most marketing and sales operations. These businesses are trying to avoid silos and make information available to their employees wherever they are. Plus it’s proven to be an efficient way of obtaining the much sought-after ‘360 degree view of the customer’.
    https://mopinion.com/best-enterprise-crm-software/
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  6. Whatever you want to accomplish, whether on the internet or with your business, there’s most likely a software to help you do it with ease. To put this flood of software in perspective, think about the marketing world for a moment.

    In 2011, there were just about 150 marketing software. In 2016, the number had grown to 4,891, and a year later, it stood at 5,381.

    The Saas (software as a service) industry is a multi-billion dollar industry. If you’re thinking of developing a software, chances are, there are other software on the market that can already do what your software plans to do, maybe even better. So to stand out, provide memorable customer experience, apart from creating a great software of course.
    https://customerthink.com/reasons-why-customer-experience-sucks-with-your-software/
    Tags: , , by eringilliam (2018-05-30)
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  7. User experience (or UX) is a term developers use to describe how your customers interact with your software.

    I’m sure you’ve used a website or an app before and been bamboozled or frustrated – this is an example of bad UX. Conversely, as well as simply delivering functionality to your users, good UX will go that extra step to make your software a delight to use.
    https://www.cio.co.nz/article/641348/user-experience-just-pretty-fluff/
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