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  1. 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/
    Tags: , , , by tjeerdtraats (2018-01-22)
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  2. Google has made mobile page speed a priority for the past couple of years. It introduced Accelerated Mobile Pages in October 2015 as part of a broad initiative to speed up web browsing on mobile devices. The following year, the company emphasized websites that used AMP more prominently in its search results and on Google News, per TechCrunch.
    https://www.mobilemarketer.com/news/google-will-rank-faster-mobile-pages-higher/515012/
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  3. Mobile animation can make a web or mobile app pop. Learn these 5 must know UI animations and play with our 3 free downloadable examples.
    https://uxplanet.org/prototyping-mobile-ui-animations-examples-free-downloads-26ba0e0b2073/
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  4. Things move quickly in the mobile app universe. To succeed in the field of mobile UX design, designers must have the foresight and prepare for new challenges around the corner.

    To simplify the task, I’ve listed the biggest, impactful trends for 2018 and, most likely, beyond.
    https://uxplanet.org/12-mobile-ux-design-trends-for-2018-5b4ce7e8445f/
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  5. If we look back through history, many of the greatest technological innovations have necessitated change – especially among businesses. Take the internet, for example. The World Wide Web went live a little over twenty-five years ago and took the business world by storm. Andy Grove, the chairman of Intel even said, ‘In five years time, all companies will be Internet companies, or they won’t be companies at all’.
    https://mopinion.com/top-11-best-mobile-in-app-feedback-tools-an-overview/
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  6. 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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  7. In my career as a product manager for both enterprise and consumer applications, I am sometimes asked why I focus on the user experience of enterprise applications. The gist of the argument is that enterprise applications are mandated by the company and users are required to use the app regardless of how it works.
    https://news.sap.com/why-does-user-experience-matter-for-enterprise-apps/
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