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  1. Augmented reality (AR) has seen steady progress from what seemed like a science-fiction trope to absolute, unquestionable reality.

    What is more, the last couple of years saw notable advances in the field, making the technology even more affordable and accessible. This, in turn, provoked wider adoption and popularity.

    Virtual Reality (VR), on the other hand, is making the experience of checking out properties, gaming, and visualizing places completely different.
    https://medium.muz.li/ux-design-trends-3-ways-ar-and-vr-are-changing-user-experience-cba74beffb62?gi=ad6f6b729b33/
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  2. Predicting the future can be risky, but there’s a list of hot topics being discussed in the digital industry right now, which can turn nice-to-have technologies and tools into something meaningful and valuable for the user’s experience.

    Here’s a list of eight of the most important UX design trends for the year ahead.
    https://www.thedrum.com/news/2019/01/29/top-ux-design-trends-digital-well-being-and-biometrics/
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  3. As technology arcs toward sophisticated innovation, minimalism is on the rise. Designers are embracing the sleek over the spartan in hopes of developing experiences that offer better usability while maintaining a low profile.

    Creating an interface that’s intuitive requires two steps: First, determining the most necessary functionalities for each screen, and then guiding users to these specific functions.

    Seamless designs not only make user navigation easier, they also put people at ease — ultimately keeping them active on a website, app, or other digital platform and more likely to become repeat users and visitors.
    https://www.business2community.com/web-design/when-less-is-more-the-power-of-minimalism-in-ux-design-02168442/
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  4. UX design and testing continue to evolve with the emergence of new technologies that enable new types of experiences. Mobile and web apps changed the conversation from UI to UX. Now, UX involves much more than graphical UIs and app performance. Organizations must deliver omnichannel experiences that contemplate voice interfaces, virtual elements and more.

    “We’re just scratching the surface of UX design as a discipline. It’s not UX/UI. UX is a much broader discipline than UI,” said Jason Wong, research VP at Gartner. “UI looks at how the user interacts with a given application. UX includes user research, content, performance and back-end so you need a team to help execute that.”
    https://sdtimes.com/softwaredev/ux-design-it-takes-a-village/
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  5. UX design has become ubiquitous today – product interfaces, onboarding processes and content presentation on varied digital platforms depend upon it. With technology advancing rapidly and evolving, it has become mandatory for industry players to constantly adapt to new design strategies. One would do well to analyse these emerging trends with less than a month remaining to plan strategies for the next year. Here are some UX design trends I would watch out for in 2019:
    https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/325832/
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  6. Web design has already changed a great deal, primarily with the development of UX design. And now, as data science advances into the niche, we can expect it to change even more. As teams seek to hit that fine note which will make a website or app ideally user-centric, pairing UX designers and researchers with data analysts could eliminate plenty of guesswork and fine-tune both the creative process and its outcome. Here is how data science can help bring UX design to a whole new level.
    https://insidebigdata.com/2019/01/01/can-data-science-improve-ux-design/
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  7. Have you ever tried a video streaming app and then been so frustrated by the sheer number of ads that you decided to uninstall within minutes of downloading? Or have you ever installed a mobile app that promised to make your to do list more functional only to begin scratching your head, wondering how to use the gnarly abundance of menu options?

    Both of these examples show the deadly effect that a poor user experience (UX) can have on your app. See, UX isn’t only an art. It’s also a science with very clearly defined principles. And mastering those principles can lead to a better app and happier users.
    https://clevertap.com/blog/user-experience/
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  8. User experience design is an extremely vast, multidisciplinary and fascinating field. It shapes the products and services we use on a daily basis, and can make or break the success of a business or brand.

    A career in UX design is fast-paced and challenging, requiring a highly diverse skillset. If you want to break into this field, there’s plenty to learn!

    In this guide, we’ll provide the ultimate introduction to UX design and tell you everything you need to know about getting started in this exciting industry.
    https://careerfoundry.com/en/blog/ux-design/what-is-user-experience-ux-design-everything-you-need-to-know-to-get-started/
    Tags: , , by eringilliam (2018-12-12)
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  9. “The role of the designer is that of a good, thoughtful host anticipating the needs of his guests” – Charles Eames, American designer

    Connecting with customers is something almost all organisations want to do, but they achieve that aim with greatly varying degrees of success. For the most part, people are the key to building relationships with customers. They provide feedback to help the organisation stay competitive and relevant. Engaging with customers is essential to success and, therefore, it is important to design user experiences that are pleasant and genuinely able to create a connection with customers, especially when the interaction is not person to person.
    https://www.scmp.com/presented/news/hong-kong/topics/ux-design/article/2174511/ux-design-connecting-todays-consumers/
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  10. User Experience (UX) Design is the term used to describe the process of enhancing user satisfaction by creating products that provide relevant and meaningful experiences. By improving the accessibility and usability of a product, the satisfaction of interacting with the product is enhanced.
    https://smallbiztrends.com/2018/12/what-is-ux-design.html/
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