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  1. It is easy to simply list the do’s and don’ts of mobile user onboarding. Do indicate progress and flow length, don’t overwhelm the user. Don’t ask permissions right away, do allow users to skip tutorials, etc.

    We humans, especially product managers and UX designers, are visual beings, are we not? So what better way to absorb some valuable onboarding best practices than to show you some stellar, real-life examples of mobile user onboarding?
    https://usabilitygeek.com/mobile-user-onboarding-examples/
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  2. The most exciting projects I’ve worked on, and that had the best impact on the people using them, had several things in common. There was a good understanding of the technologies involved, their limitations and the foundations needed for a proper solution. Most importantly, though, experience design played a big role, creating a clear sense of who the audience was and how people would be using the interface.
    http://www.thedrum.com/opinion/2017/11/20/the-ux-factor-why-ai-voice-interfaces-needs-experience-design/
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  3. Researchers working on browser fingerprinting found themselves distracted by a much more serious privacy breach: analytical scripts siphoning off masses of user interactions.

    Steven Englehardt (a PhD student at Princeton), Arvind Narayanan (a Princeton assistant professor) and Gunes Acar (KU Lueven), published their study at Freedom to Tinker last week. Their key finding is that session replay scripts are indiscriminate in what they scoop, user permission is absent, and there's evidence that the data isn't always handled securely.

    Session replay is a popular user experience tool: it lets a publisher watch users navigating their site to work out why users leave a site and what needs improving.
    https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/11/20/session_replay_exfiltration/
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  4. No matter how far the world goes, the final goal of any business is to generate profit. For that, it needs to convert. To achieve this goal, the consumer - or user in the case of software - needs to feel comfortable with the interaction they have with their product, or service provider. In the digital world, this is known as User Experience (UX). The better that relationship is, the better the sales potential.
    http://www.dotcominfoway.com/blog/12-ux-tips-to-boost-your-website-engagement-and-user-experience-for-a-better-conversion/
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  5. When a user visits your website, the type of experience they have plays a great part in whether or not they will be engaged enough in your site that will result in a conversion. Web builders who take the time to ensure that they're site has an increased amount of user engagement will likely experience an increase in their conversion rate.
    https://growthhackers.com/articles/12-ux-tips-to-boost-your-website-engagement-user-experience-for-a-better-conversion/
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  6. Quantifying the user experience is the first step to making measured improvements.

    One of the first questions with any metric is “what’s a good score?”. Like in sports, a good score depends on the metric and context.

    Here are 10 benchmarks with some context to help make your metrics more manageable.
    https://measuringu.com/ux-benchmarks/
    Tags: , by tjeerdtraats (2017-11-20)
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  7. While ad-targeting is both prominent and increasingly invasive, ads are but the tip of the iceberg.

    The biggest fallacy in many people's understanding of online data gathering is the widely-held belief that the only real downside to what they willingly offer up online is them seeing a few more harmless ads. Nothing, sadly, could be further from the truth.

    While ad-targeting is both prominent and increasingly invasive, ads are but the tip of the iceberg, and an ominous mass of other destinations for our data lies beneath the surface. Here is some of what else happens after you scroll down those ostensibly impossible-to-read terms and conditions and hit "I accept".
    http://www.thenewsminute.com/article/where-does-all-your-personal-data-collected-online-really-end-we-tell-you-71905/
    Tags: , , by tjeerdtraats (2017-11-20)
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  8. Today, website users are bombarded with all sorts of content and information, from cat videos to the latest news scandal. With all of this competition, it can be difficult to cut through the clutter and get your marketing messages across to your target audience. Indeed, generating and holding user attention online is one of the biggest challenges marketers face. Learning how to focus user attention on the right information is therefore critical to the success of your marketing initiatives.

    In this article, I’ll share six of the most effective tactics for capturing and holding your users’ attention.
    https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/creating-user-experiences-for-short-attention-spans_us_5a0f3945e4b023121e0e9264/
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  9. This is an extremely hot topic right now. How do you balance digital ad revenue and user experience if you’re a digital publisher or website owner? At a recent event, some of the largest publishers on the planet recently circled this issue as their core challenge right now. So, what is the formula for balancing these two key site elements?
    https://blog.ezoic.com/balancing-user-experience-digital-ad-revenue/
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  10. Human face is a very powerful tool in designer’s toolbox. The influence that a face can have on people is surprising. However, all too often, we ignore this tool when designing our products. We simply forget to consider what the human face is capable of doing.

    Let’s take a look at some of the ways designers can use human faces to improve UX.
    https://onextrapixel.com/6-tips-use-human-face-improve-user-experience/
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