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  1. Your website type decides which kind of web design is more appropriate for the site. Commonly two types of website designing concept are in practice. They are UX and UI. And when you hand over the job of web designing to some web developer cum designer, then you are often asked, or given a choice about what kind of design you want to go with. If you are a complete layman in this, then you must understand the implications and applications of the design types for a better understanding of how to get your website designed and developed.
    https://it.toolbox.com/blogs/jackdsouja/how-to-develop-a-good-website-design-with-ui-and-ux-concepts-121018/
    Tags: , , , by eringilliam (2018-12-11)
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  2. It may seem evident that the aim of using collaboration tools is to enable excellent communication and information management. Used correctly, the technology also facilitates vital decision-making. Yet, according to The Harvard Business Review, almost 40% of CIOs and IT professionals say their systems make it harder, not easier, for employees to work quickly.

    When choosing communications and collaboration technology for business, a key factor is the user experience (UX) it delivers. This includes a well-designed user interface (UI) to enable easy and intuitive collaboration. The UI encompasses all the visual elements used to interact with conferencing platforms – from screens to pages and even buttons and icons.
    https://www.uctoday.com/collaboration/video-conferencing/optimising-ui-and-ux-the-key-to-successful-collaboration/
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  3. User interface (UI) design in enterprise software has been a topic of conversation for many years. UIs try to contribute to a great user experience; a good UI ensures the smooth completion of a task and makes the software user experience enjoyable.

    The interface we see on our smartphones every day has been many years and many iterations in the making, designed to provide a simpler way to navigate the system and maintain a seamless flow of work productivity.

    In today’s digital era, we’re seeing a big change of focus from UI to modern user experiences (UX) such as conversational UX and purpose-built UX where the user experience is all about the optimal way to arrive at an outcome. Here’s why UX will trump UI for enterprise software users in the future:
    https://bizedge.co.nz/story/invest-in-enterprise-software-ux-watch-your-people-grow/
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  4. User experience is often overlooked in website and app design and, indeed, the design of many things. How many times have you felt compelled to push a door only to find you need to pull it instead? While fire codes might dictate such design, it’s an example of user experience at work.

    While taking a moment to figure out whether a door is push or pull sounds like a small thing, those types of irritants can add up online -- and cost your business customers.
    https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/309161/
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  5. As I completed my last article, Confessions of a UX Designer, I realized I was just on the edge of something that has become problematic in, not just UX, but the business world at large. That problem is where our focus lies as we build products, gravitating towards that ever-looming release date while failing to understand what the true product really is. In terms of UX, the prime culprit I am alluding to is our ceaseless obsession with the UI.

    It has been written that UX is not UI (or UI is not UX). If this is true, then why is it most teams spend the majority of their time developing the UI? Full disclosure: I don’t have any hard science behind this claim. This comes, primarily, from my own experience and my conversations with colleagues over more than a decade. However, there is secondary evidence to strongly support the observation that UX is more UI than anything else.
    https://blog.prototypr.io/ux-is-ui-but-it-shouldnt-be-36edcb71b066/
    Tags: , , , by eringilliam (2018-10-12)
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  6. For almost a decade, we’ve talked about wanting to modernize enterprise software user interfaces (UI) to match consumer software, but we’ve gone about it the wrong way. The modernization of UI was proposed as a solution to meet the increased expectations that enterprise software should be as simple to use and nice to navigate as the applications we use at home from any device. But investing in software UI that merely looks beautiful is a waste of time and resources.
    https://diginomica.com/2018/09/05/software-will-never-be-beautiful-its-the-experience-that-counts/
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  7. User experience (UX) is the most important part of any app. If a user finds an app difficult to use then it doesn’t matter how well it’s built or how good it looks – they won’t use it.

    There are many areas within user experience, but the one we will focus on is micro interactions, which closely link to motion design and to the user interface (UI). Micro interactions are sometimes overlooked or viewed as a ‘nice to have’, however more and more people are seeing the benefits of spending time implementing them to enhance UX and better engage their end users.
    https://www.marketingtechnews.net/news/2018/jul/02/how-enhance-your-ux-design-micro-interactions-guide/
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  8. Here are 5 lessons for improving UX that brands and marketers can borrow from the UI of popular social networking sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
    https://www.martechadvisor.com/articles/content-marketing/5-ux-lessons-from-the-ui-of-facebook-twitter-and-linkedin/
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  9. Next generation User Interfaces (UI) will be tactile and responsive to non-verbal communication in which remote users will be able to enjoy haptic experiences through real-time interactive systems. Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), and Mixed Reality (MR) enabled UI will be important to enable a substantially more rich User Experience (UX) for many industry verticals that leverage these immersive technologies. The research sees these technologies being used for a myriad of different consumer-facing UX enhanced marketing, sales, and product/service usage scenarios. We also AR, MR, and VR used for a variety of enterprise purpose including internal operations, managing supply chains, and supporting customers.
    https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/next-generation-user-interfaces-ui-and-user-experiences-ux-2018-2023-market-outlook-for-augmented-mixed-and-virtual-reality-ui-and-ux-in-consumer-enterprise-and-industrial-segments-1027385610/
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  10. User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) are intimately connected. In fact, it is the user interface that determines what experience a user has with software/programs with which he is interacting. Good UI will provide what is called a “user-friendly” experience, one that lets the user interact with a piece of software in easily and intuitively.

    This is all related to the design. And specifically with educational and training software, user interface is everything. No one wants a learner to struggle to figure out where to go, what to do next, or how to find something. The entire learning experience should be seamless, so that focus can be placed on the learning objectives and activities.

    So, what are the most critical features of UI design that will provide the perfect experience for learners? Here are five of them.
    https://www.trainingzone.co.uk/community/blogs/elenap/5-essential-ui-tips-for-a-great-learner-experience/
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