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  1. Last Friday, Facebook’s Head of News Feed Adam Mosseri announced that Facebook will begin prioritizing content created by friends and family over content from the media, brands and other Pages since space in the News Feed is limited.
    https://nextshark.com/facebook-news-saved-newsfeed-changes/
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  2. Mobile messaging service Hike just launched Total, a new service that lets Android users in India make payments to businesses and transfer money, read news, book train tickets, and chat with their contacts on the platform – all without mobile data.
    https://thenextweb.com/apps/2018/01/17/hikes-new-app-for-basic-android-phones-enables-payments-messaging-and-news-without-data/
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  3. Brought on by the steady rise in mobile users and usage worldwide, mobile user experience (or Mobile UX) has recently become a major focal point for many digital marketers. It essentially encompasses how customers experience a mobile app while they’re active in the app itself. With the goal of offering a smooth and user-friendly UX, mobile UX is something which must be continuously optimised – especially if businesses wish to maintain a loyal and satisfied customer base. This is where the use of in-app feedback comes in handy.
    https://mopinion.com/why-collect-in-app-feedback-mobile-ux/
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  4. Mobile phones have come a long way since their inception. Back in the late 90s, when most of us bought our first mobile handsets, smartphones that could be operated without keys, unlocked with our faces, and operated with a virtual voice assistant were inconceivable. With technology developing faster than ever, our devices too are getting thinner, faster and smarter. Going by the precedent set by some of the flagship devices launched in recent times, it wouldn’t be wrong to assume that something of futurism is going change the face of smartphones as we know them today. Here’s our speculation about some key features that’ll be a part of future of smartphones, sooner than later...
    https://androidmarvel.com/future-smartphones-key-features-thatll-change-smartphones-forever/
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  5. Is your landing page reaching out to the visitors exactly the way you want it to?

    Every website no matter how big or popular will have a considerable bounce rate — A unit that measures the number of users who visit your website but leave without performing any further action.
    https://uxplanet.org/how-to-build-super-effective-landing-pages-7fe9a3bab8f1/
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  6. We all have our own story of how we have come to understand UX. I guess it’s difficult to come to a mutual understanding of what exactly it is now, especially with the pace design is evolving. Many are under the impression UX is strictly limit to digital products whereas Industrial Designers like me want to make the most of digital, physical and sensory experiences whenever is possible. I think as it continues to evolve this is the direction UX design will eventually move in. But straight to my point anyway.
    https://uxplanet.org/my-ux-beginner-mistakes-94a166418a40/
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  7. UX design is a highly competitive field, and being a first-class UXer requires you to wear many hats. As well as mastering a whole host of technical skills, you’ll also need to become an expert in human empathy.

    What’s more, the UX landscape is constantly evolving — and the demands on designers can change from one day to the next.

    It’s a jungle out there — but fear not: We’ve got five key strategies to help you get ahead. Here’s how to stay relevant and boost your competitive edge as a budding UX designer.
    https://uxplanet.org/how-to-get-ahead-in-the-world-of-ux-design-1c43d9168c85/
    Tags: , , by tjeerdtraats (2018-01-16)
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  8. It was, for some people, the confirmation of what they'd known all along: iPhones were being secretly slowed down by Apple to make people buy new ones. For others it was a public relations nightmare, ruining all the hard work they'd done to dispel myths about the iPhone by appear to confirm those myths, even if they didn't really.
    http://www.independent.co.uk/infact/iphone-slow-apple-battery-replacement-cost-price-how-to-explained-latest-a8159826.html/
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  9. Snapchat has copped backlash from its users following a major overhaul to its user interface, affecting users in Australia, UK and Canada. Plans for the new layout first emerged last year, with the intention to separate the social from the media. It also follows one year after the launch of Instagram Stories and slowing Snapchat user growth.
    http://www.marketing-interactive.com/new-snapchat-layout-draws-flak-from-users/
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  10. Facebook’s founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently announced upcoming changes to the way Facebook’s newsfeed operates, to make the experience more ‘meaningful’ for users.

    The changes were prompted by Facebook’s increasing involvement in cyber-bullying, fake news, and other social issues, which have made the application ‘lose sight’ of its original intent to ‘bring people closer together’.
    http://theliberal.ie/facebook-will-introduce-changes-to-its-newsfeed-to-make-the-user-experience-more-meaningful/
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