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  1. The holidays are here, which means many online retailers are stepping up their game and competing intensely for traffic on their websites. According to a study conducted by Deloitte, “more consumers plan to shop online for gifts than ever before” in 2016. In the United States alone, total holiday eCommerce sales are expected to reach $96-98 billion. This is huge! So how can you and your digital team maintain a smooth operation and happy customers while dealing with this massive influx of consumers? The answer is simple – use customer feedback to determine what is irritating your customers the most and solve it.
    https://mopinion.com/user-experience-tips-happy-online-customer/
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  2. Oh, how things change!

    There was a time when you just had to optimize your website’s pages for a group of different keywords and then when someone typed those words into a search engine, you’d show up! Not anymore.

    Today, the search engines are way more advanced with their algorithms and their focus on trying to make sure that the user experience is the best it can be. Especially with Google.
    https://www.business2community.com/seo/user-intent-seo-success-online-01997451/
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  3. Over the last couple of years, artificial intelligence (AI) has been incredibly popular across multiple digital mediums. Whether it’s conversational chatbots, data analytics or everything in between- given its flexibility and convenience, this technology is now used for a range of purposes.

    But how does it affect mobile app user experience? Can you really alter the experience of end-users with AI? Also, how can a developer implement artificial intelligence to enhance the user experience?
    http://clickz.com/using-artificial-intelligence-to-design-better-mobile-app-user-experience/259694/
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  4. As a UX designer, we design digital products that people interact with. When we designing these products, we spend a lot of time on different research to understand the behavior, habits, and needs of our users. However, there is a couple of general patterns that characteristic of all people. To be consciously used, we need to understand the process of human cognition.
    The purpose of this article is to understand the concept, function and types of visual attention and to use this knowledge in everyday product design.
    https://medium.com/@norbigaal/ux-psychology-go-hand-in-hand-introduction-to-human-attention-a70ffd2c4289?ref=webdesignernews.com/
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  5. This article follows UX 101 for Virtual and Mixed Reality — Part 1: Physicality

    Designers working with virtual reality have to create experiences that work in a 3D environment. That environment can be entirely simulated (Virtual Reality) or overlaid onto our real one (Mixed Reality). As humans we navigate 3D environments constantly, and our senses allow us to do so expertly. Many aspects of VR rely on these same senses.
    https://uxplanet.org/ux-101-for-virtual-and-mixed-reality-part-2-working-with-the-senses-c39fbd502494/
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  6. Welcome to the first UX case study of 2018! Codal hopes you have had a fantastic start to the new year. For those who have followed along with our long-running UX Case Study series, welcome back, and to new readers, welcome aboard.

    For those who are just joining us: UX Case Study is a regular series written by UX design agency Codal, where we conduct in-depth examinations of different mobile apps. An exercise in scrutiny, we place apps under a microscope and critically examine them through a user experience lens, acknowledging both their successes and failures.
    https://usabilitygeek.com/ux-case-study-calm-mobile-app/
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  7. Whether it is the notch in the new iPhone X or the unceremonious removal of the headphone jack, Apple’s UX design principles have always polarised users. However, even the most fervent supporters of the Cupertino company will concede one of Apple’s major design missteps lies in its universally maligned podcast app.
    https://usabilitygeek.com/ux-case-study-overcast-mobile-app/
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  8. The 2018 UX Design Awards is now open for entries. The UX Design Awards are a singular competition, focusing on user experience as a key asset in a connected world. A distinction for excellent user experience places a unique selling proposition of innovative products and services in the foreground.
    https://www.dexigner.com/news/30584/
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  9. In the world of user experience (UX) design, where aesthetics are subjective and intuitive reasoning differs from person to person, job candidates for UX positions at companies big and small better come ready to defend their designs… and bring their own questions to challenge the modus operandi of their potential employer.
    http://insights.dice.com/2019/12/31/ux-design-interview-questions-prepare/
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  10. The form is one of the most significant and commonest modules no matter on the webs or in the apps. Forms are widely used — for registration, subscription services, customer feedback, checkout, to initiate transactions between users and companies, or as data input to search or share information.
    https://uxplanet.org/ux-design-skills-about-how-to-design-a-perfect-form-5a10d1eda617/
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