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  1. The digital world, as we’ve designed it, is draining us. The products and services we use are like needy friends: desperate and demanding. Yet we can’t step away. We’re in a codependent relationship. Our products never seem to have enough, and we’re always willing to give a little more. They need our data, files, photos, posts, friends, cars, and houses. They need every second of our attention.

    We’re willing to give these things to our digital products because the products themselves are so useful. Product designers are experts at delivering utility. They’ve perfected design processes that allow them to improve the way people accomplish tasks. Unfortunately, it’s becoming increasingly clear that utility alone isn’t enough.
    https://medium.com/s/user-friendly/the-future-of-digital-product-design-is-about-human-empowerment-6a025bc330a/
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  2. It is said that a successful product is a reflection of who we are. Usually, our unique perspective is what leads to the initial discovery. As the product acquires feedback, our keen desire to respond is what drives further innovation.

    We can have better UI and UX experiences using web chat and augmented conversations. Time and time again I see technology products starting on the right footing only to deteriorate as companies push them to scale.

    The internet now is quite mature, so this is becoming to stop using emojis finally experience. Few companies can repeat the process of innovation discovered initially has been with their successful flagship products — never mind the improvement on existing ones.
    https://readwrite.com/2019/03/03/better-ui-experiences/
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  3. The new age definition of doing good business is how engaging and gratifying is the user experience. User experience basically means creating a connection between the machine and its user. Better the connection, better the experience. This week, we interviewed Mr. Ravi Teja, CEO, Robosoft, an organization that believes that technology exists to simplify lives ….and businesses.
    https://wire19.com/interview-with-ravi-teja-ceo-robosoft/
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  4. The technology industry continues to offer new and exciting opportunities — and if you are a leader in this industry in 2019, you have plenty of pathways to success. In addition to following market trends, I have also spoken with CIOs about what this year will bring. Here are five key things technology leaders should focus on in 2019.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2019/02/04/five-key-focus-areas-for-technology-leaders-in-2019/
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  5. Digital transformation is one of the most used buzz phrases of the last few years. Businesses in all industries are looking to change their operations, make them more efficient, more cost-effective and more productive. The key thing to remember is that digital transformation as a concept means different things to different businesses. It’s, therefore, important to consider what it means for your business before embarking on the journey.
    https://www.information-age.com/pain-out-of-digital-transformation-123478688/
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  6. With new technologies, you can minimize consumer confusion by designing systems around those who are the least tech-savvy. Then, instead of technology being intimidating or irritating, you'll have world-class solutions that please everyone — from Millennials to Boomers.
    https://thefinancialbrand.com/77723/digital-first-banking-technology-ux-usability/
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  7. The global market has become very competitive and extensively influenced by numerous technical, commercial, and aesthetic factors. Every business activity, digital processes, and marketing strategies from the creation of a website to the online purchase of a product has become granularly sophisticated as well as powered by the use of modern technologies.
    https://www.technotification.com/2019/01/difference-between-ui-and-ux.html/
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  8. Are you continually frustrated trying to unsuccessfully convince executive leadership that your enterprise needs AI? Do you feel defeated because you hear everywhere in the news that AI is one of the most impactful technological breakthroughs of the modern era but can’t get anyone else to pay attention?

    The answer to this is to not give up on AI. Revise your approach to be more effective at connecting the dots for your business stakeholders. To optimize your AI pitch, focus on two specific areas -- business value and scalability -- and use the right terminology.
    https://tdwi.org/articles/2019/01/03/adv-all-how-to-sell-ai-to-your-enterprise.aspx/
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  9. The new product development cycle can be quite complex, especially when it comes to technology. There’s a lot of planning, testing and tinkering that must happen before a tech product is ready to hit the market, and sometimes it requires going back to the drawing board.

    An essential step in this process is usability testing, which helps determine whether a product functions as expected or whether it needs additional fine tuning. But how do you know the right time to begin this testing? To find out, we asked a group of Forbes Technology Council members to share their opinions.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2019/01/02/is-it-time-to-test-your-new-products-usability-13-tech-experts-weigh-in/#2a2dc3d225b2/
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  10. It can be a mighty task to create a conversational user experience (UX). To be sure, there is plenty of hardware and software on the market to support the foundation of conversational UX, such as voice and chat box technology. But, the very definition of conversational UX requires that this experience has to mimic, as closely as possible, an actual human conversation with all its fits and starts and inferences to context.
    https://www.cmswire.com/customer-experience/what-tools-do-you-need-to-create-a-great-conversational-ux/
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