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  1. A business's website or app has the ability to leave a lasting impression on a customer -- and whether that impression is good or bad can depend on a lot of factors.

    Because of web and mobile's potential impact, entrepreneurs have started to spend time and resources on improving user experience (UX). So how can you improve the UX of your website or mobile app?
    https://blog.hubspot.com/agency/12-ways-to-improve-user-experience/
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  2. A short and sweet article about why to invest in User Experience on your Website, App or online portal...
    https://www.digitaldoughnut.com/articles/2017/march/5-reasons-why-you-should-invest-in-user-experience/
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  3. The phrase “it’s never too late” doesn’t relate to making a good first impression. You are at risk to lose users if they don’t like the app’s UI at first glance. That’s why user interface is getting so important. It’s literally the first thing users see even before they start interacting with a product.

    According to Google research, 26% of all installed apps are used no more than once. The main reason for this is poor UI. To engage users into your interface, you should follow the most recent design trends.
    https://uxdesign.cc/9-essential-ui-design-trends-you-should-stick-to-in-2018-26f33d1fe980/
    Tags: , , , by eringilliam (2018-04-25)
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  4. “Does Anyone’s Spotify Look Like This?” wrote a plaintive poster on Spotify’s Android support forums a couple of weeks ago, with screenshots showing what appears to be a stripped-down, spacier user interface for the streaming service’s mobile app.
    http://musically.com/2018/02/15/spotify-on-demand-playlists-free/
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  5. There’s no denying that we reside in a mobile-first world. There’s also no denying that this trend will continue, which means competition will inevitably become tougher and tougher.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2017/12/22/zero-time-for-bad-ux-five-tips-for-mobile-app-ux-design/#21d00ff15548/
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  6. 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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  7. In any industry, trends somehow reflect people’s everyday needs and behavior. This never-ending process of modification follows us wherever we go — and mobile app development is not an exception. Strictly speaking, new technologies have become the leader of human progress, that’s why their changes are quite significant to any of us.
    https://uxplanet.org/10-up-to-date-mobile-app-design-trends-for-upcoming-2018-19918eac8ee5/
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  8. Reuters, the iconic news agency founded over a century ago, has expanded into the mobile app space within the last few years. For those not in the know, the Reuters app provides access to breaking news, market data, and more, straight to mobile devices around the world.

    There’s little doubt that Reuters’ app content will keep you up to date with the world around you. But does the app’s user experience support its content? To find out, we explore the finer points of its app in our latest UX Analysis post. Read on to discover how Reuters keep mobile users active and engaged.
    https://20171108-08332151-dot-leanplum.appspot.com/blog/reuters-ux/
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