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  1. Gaming is fast picking up as a new (and entirely legitimate) hobby for many people across the globe. Gaming is not only restricted to games designed specifically for PC gaming platforms but also renditions of games (such as popular card and board games) that have existed for centuries. Enthusiasts now play these renditions across the world. Board games like Chess, and card games like Rummy and Teen patti, now have an online presence for their aficionados to challenge one another and play these games. This does present challenges for some games, where people are still a bit hesitant to pick the game online. How can a virtual environment replicate these exacting statistics and ensure that the game is as authentic as the one that’s played in a non-virtual environment? Many people assume that playing games online is not as rewarding an experience as playing with real people. That statement could have been true a decade back, but with the advent of UX design and gamification, there is hardly any difference now while playing any variety of games with people in person or playing these games online! UX Design or User Experience Design is a revolutionary new perspective on how to view products which have a powerful utility and functioning online. UX Design intends to consider a product and its function in its entirety and not on a few constructs. The key thought behind UX Design is:
    http://www.thehansindia.com/posts/index/Tech-News/2018-11-05/What-role-does-UX-design-play-when-it-comes-to-gamification/437654/
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  2. Apple employees are so trained to consider the end user that they prioritize any project that will affect the user’s experience. This user-centric tech giant proves with every new product release that its customers can’t wait to buy again and again.

    Other companies would do well to prioritize the user experience as Apple does. Many try, so long as they get budget approval. Unfortunately, most companies don’t understand the right way to measure the effectiveness of their UX design -- not to mention how to improve it.
    https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/322036/
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  3. You have one programmer on your team who is backed up with work. Maybe estimation was a bit off, maybe an emergency popped up, maybe she needed a sick day. Perhaps the programmer has a specialty whose work is required on a number of projects that have all suddenly become priorities. All of this will likely lead to a bottleneck.

    In an effort to fix the bottleneck, would you require this programmer to train other people on the team to do her job? If so, who should do her job? Should we teach the product owner how to do some coding? Should we have the QA person put their work on hold to do the coding even though that might throw off the QA's timing, which would create a different bottleneck?
    https://www.cmswire.com/digital-experience/user-experience-design-is-a-specialty-treat-it-as-such/
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  4. The checkout page is one of the most important pages on any retailer’s eCommerce site. It’s the final hoop visitors have to go through in order to make a purchase. You can make this an easy or difficult process depending on your user experience. For instance, if your checkout process is time-consuming because your forms are too long, this can create enough friction that can push visitors away.

    On the other hand, if your checkout process is seamless and fast, this can increase the chances of closing the sale and at the same time motivate the customer to come back for a repeated purchase. Think about Amazon’s checkout process. It’s so fast that it encourages consumers to keep coming back to the platform to order more products. If their user experience was not up to par, they would get less repeat orders, even while offering better prices than other websites. Remember that time is money, so anything that you can do to speed up your checkout process will be greatly appreciated by your customers.
    https://www.business2community.com/ecommerce/how-to-use-ux-design-to-optimize-your-checkout-page-02128427/
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  5. 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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  6. "Organizations that invest in compelling user experiences to respectfully obtain consent from data subjects will see a distinct competitive advantage in the wake of GDPR."

    The EU's General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, is an unprecedented data protection law that imposes compliance with stricter privacy rules, giving individuals greater control over their personal data.

    Even without context, you've likely witnessed its effects in the form of a barrage of emails with updated privacy policies and consent requests that were sent to you in the weeks leading up to the GDPR's enforcement on May 25, 2018.
    https://www.franchising.com/articles/user_experience_design_is_key_in_capturing_consent_postgdpr.html/
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  7. What is User Experience Design? Learn more here about Defined Stakeholders and Activities involved in each stage.
    https://uxplanet.org/user-experience-design-process-d91df1a45916/
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  8. Death is an inevitable thing for every human being. We all die someday as everything fades away into the dust with time. The UX design was a hot topic 4 years ago when I was working as a frontend engineer for a reputed company at that time. I was really interested to know this wonderful subject. As the time pass by I wanted to become a UX designer because I fell in love with the subject called User Experience. After nearly 4 successful years as a UX designer, I had one single question. “Are we doing the right thing?” After becoming a big fan of the Medium I build a habit of reading every article which was written about User Experience. It made me very happy because I felt like I am not alone in this world. Many writers talk about User Experience design but most of the things I have seen has been already found by someone else. User Experience has stopped evolving to its full potential. We swim in a swimming pool with water pored many years back. Now you might be wondering “What the hell are you talking about?” Before User Experience designers there were interaction designers who worked on creating better interactions and “responsive websites”. We always adopt new things as designers while some titles fade away.
    https://uxplanet.org/the-ux-is-dying-94d5ef6b7256/
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  9. We have all experienced products with either a fantastic or a poor user experience. The latter feel unintuitive and hard to use. You can’t find what you’re looking for, and you’re not clear what to do next. You may navigate to a dead end or receive a cryptic error message. It may be hard to read the text, or the design may not be aesthetically pleasing. All of those problems are symptoms of bad UX design.
    https://www.techinasia.com/qualities-brilliant-ux/
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  10. The advent of artificial intelligence (AI) has enabled machines to learn how to identify patterns and relationships between data to create personalized and dynamic experiences. This is evident to a large extent in social media apps, where a search for some information leads to content about products/services of a similar nature or in a related industry being served on the user’s page.
    https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/319274/
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