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  1. When a small-to-mid-sized business first implements a new technology, it’s often only one person inside the company who owns the entire product. In the early ’90s when the web was in its infancy, my role included everything from copywriting to graphic design, coding, and basically everything that was needed to create a website. There wasn’t nearly the same focus or variety of roles working on the web as exists today, so I was the only one who knew how to do it.
    https://venturebeat.com/2018/03/21/conversational-commerce-is-no-longer-a-one-person-show/
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  2. In practice, functional design always defeats aesthetic design. A web resource with good UX and bad visual design always surpasses, from the marketing point of view, a digital product with a magnificent “look and feel”, but which “rewards” the user with a negative interactive experience.
    http://fortuneherald.com/business/visual-design-important-part-user-experience/
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  3. The global advanced mobile UX design services is increasing exponentially due to various driving factors such as increasing smart phone penetration in developing economies such as Brazil, Russia, India and China, increasing mobile banking, mobile shopping, gamming social media browsing, etc. Also, growing penetration of 4G LTE infrastructure is supporting the growth of the advance mobile UX design services market. However, some security factors such as data security and cyber-crime are posed to be major restrains towards the growth of the global advanced mobile UX design services market.
    https://www.latestmarketreports.com/2018/03/27/advanced-mobile-ux-design-services-market-expecting-worldwide-growth-by-2025/
    Tags: , , by tjeerdtraats (2018-03-29)
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  4. Learn about core concepts in UX design: conducting user interviews, design thinking, interaction design, mobile UX design, usability, UX research, and many more! Claim your complimentary copy before the offer expires.
    https://www.neowin.net/news/understand-the-basics-of-user-experience-design-with-this-limited-time-free-ebook/
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  5. Last year, the Pew Research Center reported that two-thirds (67%) of Americans get at least some of their news on social media. As a result, media publishers have been plugging millions of dollars and resources into growing their social media presence. This has been problematic for brands like LittleThings, BuzzFeed, The Huffington Post and Mashable.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/amitchowdhry/2018/03/16/engage-im/#10f91b3734b8/
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  6. You might have heard buzz in the industry that Progressive Web Apps (PWA) are set to be the next big thing. Those in the know might tell you they’ll push the mobile web forward, bring parity to web and native apps and provide mobile-specific capabilities to web users. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Google came up with the term, and PWAs are seen alongside Accelerated Mobile Pages and Responsive Web Design as a weapon in the fight for a slick mobile user experience.
    http://www.fourthsource.com/apps/creating-rich-user-experience-progressive-web-app-might-right-brand-22596/
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  7. Since digitization, prospective customers of a company or brand have better access to social media and online content and therefore good opinions from existing customers can sway their opinions and in turn affect sales. Today, customer experience has become imperative to scale business growth in a competitive economy. As of now, companies are heavily investing in technologies such as conversational chatbot, use of virtual reality in retail, machine learning to process customer feedback to tailor their strategies.
    https://customer-experience-management.cioreview.com/news/the-driving-force-behind-customer-experience-nid-25775-cid-118.html/
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  8. You’ve probably heard the oft-repeated jargon “UX”, you may even know that it stands for “User Experience”– but do you understand what it really means?
    https://www.bbntimes.com/en/technology/ux-is-the-answer-what-was-the-question-though/
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  9. B2C companies have long known that a great customer experience is crucial for success. Matt Hampshire encourages B2Bs to take it just as seriously.

    Slowly but surely, B2B companies are beginning to realise they need to catch up with the way their customers are finding, researching and buying their products through digital platforms. They’re starting to understand that they are being evaluated using the same criteria as B2C businesses.

    More and more, they are seeing how customers are placing a higher priority on ease of use, relevance and value, just as they would on Amazon or any other digital marketplace.
    http://www.insidesap.com.au/time-fix-dated-b2b-user-experience/
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  10. The education game market continues to grow rapidly, and mobile learning games are a dominant force in this market. Newzoo, an industry analyst that provides insight for the generic games market, predicts the overall mobile game market across all game types will grow 40 percent between now and 2020. That’s a significant growth increase.
    https://www.td.org/insights/when-games-go-small/
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