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  1. User experience is now considered a vital, standalone discipline within web design. And with 'UX designer' fully established as a job title, and specialists still in high demand, our user experiences should be better than ever.

    However, as demands change and expectations rise, there are still issues facing the discipline. We asked web professionals what barriers they felt were holding us back from creating great user experiences today.
    https://www.creativebloq.com/advice/what-are-the-main-barriers-to-good-ux-today/
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  2. Books are a popular choice if you want to learn user experience (UX) design or improve your UX skills.

    UX design is vital for any designer to have skills in, and not just to create apps or websites, but now UX design includes voice-controlled devices like the Apple HomePod, Google Home and Amazon Echo – just check out the UX design trends of 2018 to see more on that.
    https://www.digitalartsonline.co.uk/features/interactive-design/7-best-ux-design-books-help-you-learn-master-ux/
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  3. Learning to be a top-notch web designer isn’t just about mastering code. Users don’t see raw HTML and JavaScript when they visit a website or start an app. No, users focus on how the site looks, how to get around, how fast the pages or features load and how intuitively it all operates.
    https://thenextweb.com/offers/2018/02/14/what-makes-web-users-happy-enroll-and-learn-in-this-rigorous-design-bootcamp/
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  4. In my previous blog post 6 Design Alternatives to Avoid (Evil) Slideshows, I outlined six design alternatives to avoid slideshows. The response to that blog post was great — who knew there were so many kindred spirits who disliked slideshows?

    From the feedback I received, the number one question was why are slideshows so bad in the first place?
    https://uxplanet.org/rethinking-the-slideshow-be-the-hero-of-your-next-web-design-project-75607ae767a6/
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  5. Is your landing page reaching out to the visitors exactly the way you want it to?

    Every website no matter how big or popular will have a considerable bounce rate — A unit that measures the number of users who visit your website but leave without performing any further action.
    https://uxplanet.org/how-to-build-super-effective-landing-pages-7fe9a3bab8f1/
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  6. There are many different ways to focus on the user experience for your website. However, sometimes those ideas are so overused and generic that they may not actually have you typical user in mind. When determining if your website’s UX actually has the user in mind, you should look at what process your target audience will likely to go through when landing on your page.
    https://uxplanet.org/how-to-determine-if-your-websites-ux-actually-has-the-user-in-mind-1597068927b5/
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  7. User stories are the foundation to get final designs right. If planned correctly, they can make significant difference in entire design process and output.
    https://uxplanet.org/aligning-design-to-user-stories-614b4845fc8d/
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  8. In the modern world, flawless design and functionality of digital assets – including your website, social media content and marketing materials – is essential to keeping customers engaged. A top-notch product or thoughtful blog post will go ignored and unseen if it's housed on a site with a poor user experience. To that end, it's important for web developers and marketers alike to keep up with the latest trends and consumer expectations. Members of Forbes Agency Council offered their take on popular design trends popping up in this space, and how you can integrate those trends into your branding.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesagencycouncil/2018/01/05/12-design-trends-to-integrate-into-your-web-development-and-marketing/#18024c127f17/
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  9. Maps are now a must-have for almost every website. For many mobile applications interfaces, a map is also a necessary thing. If to talk of an Uber-like service — it couldn’t do without a map. How to create a unique map and not to spend a lot of time on the map design? These free tools for designers will help each designer to create a map easily in the style of service which they are developing.
    https://uxplanet.org/7-free-tools-for-designers-map-creation-16ea68c83ffd/
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  10. Consumer habits are quickly shifting and more online activity is occurring on-the-go with mobile phones, netbooks, e-readers and tablets as opposed to desktops and laptops. Every device and operating system offers a unique user experience with specific functions, requirements and behaviours.

    The Problem: Many business websites do not provide a smooth user experience on mobile devices. Users need to ‘pinch-and-zoom’ to properly view webpages, webpages are slow to load and site menus are difficult to access.

    Not being accessible on mobile devices results in a loss of local website traffic, mobile leads, and potential profits.
    https://greenlotus.ca/blog/responsive-website-design/
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