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  1. Building websites or apps that attract and retain customers has become somewhat of a science. User experience designers can be likened to architects. Like the architect who builds your home, a UX team builds a comprehensive blueprint, which outlines every single detail of the site's features and functionality.

    But it's not a one-shot deal. Getting to an intuitive and engaging user interaction requires many steps. Here are top 10 tips to help you deliver an amazing interactive experience for your users.
    https://www.creativebloq.com/ux/10-steps-engaging-user-experience-3156607/
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  2. Your site can always have a better user experience. It’s obvious that the users of your website are the most important audience online, but when do you know if you should improve, and what are some quick improvements that you can make?

    Your site can always offer a better user experience. It’s better to focus on sitewide improvements like site speed, maintaining a responsive site, and keeping design clean first. Once you are ready to look at individual pages, exploring the places users leave your site is a fantastic start.

    Ideally you should care about your user experience all the time. However, there are certain times that it is especially necessary to pay attention to your user’s onsite behavior and experience. When you start to see user attrition in certain areas of your site, a high bounce rate, or overall traffic loss, it’s time to get to work and start breaking down reasons that people are fleeing from your site.
    http://www.econtentmag.com/Articles/Editorial/Industry-Insights/Improve-Your-Site-UX-With-These-Tips-127053.htm/
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  3. But my UX design practice is perfect! Thankfully, we don’t hear that very much but the truth is – the longer we’re in a job, the better we consider ourselves to be at that job. Sometimes, it’s worth remembering that even the best professionals still have learning to be done. It’s also worth remembering that the longer we do things, the easier it is to have sloppy habits creep into our work.

    That’s why the experience driver is not necessarily a great driver; they may think they are – but there’s no shortage of crashes caused by people who have been driving for years. Their skills have slowly deteriorated because they’ve spent no real time on improving or maintaining them.

    We don’t want our UX careers to crash… so we keep working on improving our design practice. With that in mind here are 7 simple tips that may help tweak the way you work to deliver even better results:
    https://www.interaction-design.org/literature/article/7-tips-to-improve-your-ux-design-practice/
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  4. 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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  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. Recruitee is a cloud-based ATS (Applicant Tracking System) that streamlines the recruitment process. In order for us to successfully save our users’ time and effort during hiring, we have to listen to their feedback! While we have a firm grasp on how to best execute recruitment software in order to produce results, there may be a feature every once in a while that could be improved for the vast majority of users. It helps tremendously to receive feedback on feature requests, bugs, or other comments, because we are constantly updating and improving the software to be the best it can be and allow our users to make the best hires possible....
    https://mopinion.com/guest-post-customer-feedback-tips-software-company-recruitee/
    Tags: , , by eringilliam (2017-10-19)
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