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Usabilla UX Index – Kano, Occam, Gestalt and more…

The ABC of Usability has resurfaced, although you may notice a few changes. Now known as UX Glossary, the concept is still the same and we’ve provided five fresh new phrases to learn. Each month we will continue to add five words to our existing collection of Usability and UX definitions which we hope you’ll find both interesting and useful.
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Wearable-UI Announcements

Will Wearables Change UI as We Know It?

User Interface in 2014: Ecosystem Granularity Increases

A little less than a year ago, UX Magazine published my article about the ecosystem behind product/service. This article describes how granular and diverse the experience is, and how important it is to understand the value chain, track feedback and constantly improve, while keeping up with the environment changes.

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Usabilla Live Feature Update: November 2014

Hello everyone! The Usabilla team has been busy and as promised we have continued to work on new and exciting features to make handling your feedback data as simple and effective as possible. We’ve worked on several new features to enhance your feedback analysis and even decided to give you the option to remove our beloved smilies – but why would you want to?

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The Best UX Articles of October 2014

The days are getting shorter, the nights longer and the clocks have now retreated an hour. With leaves are scattered around, autumn is well and truly here. Not to worry, we’ve brought together our favourite UX articles of the last month to provide some relief from the thought of winter.

With so much quality content out there, we take one more look back at October 2014. We’ve compiled the 5 best articles from October we feel are interesting, invaluable or otherwise a must read for anyone with an interest in UX.
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4 Great Tweaks to Drive User Engagement on Your Site

Remember the ‘hit-counters’ that many websites sported in the early days of the web? Just attracting a large amount of traffic to your site was a brag-worthy thing, something that many websites didn’t shy away from!

Of course, we have come a long way from praising web traffic. The focus is now on real engagement and measurable results from our websites’ traffic.
Here’s a roundup of the most impactful ways in which you can grow engagement and see conversions on your site.

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coverrrrr Announcements

Adapting to Users with Responsive Interfaces

Over the past two years, responsive design has risen from niche technology, to an essential part of web design. We’re at a stage where if your site isn’t adapting to fit the screen – to fit the device – it’s outdated. This is the responsive revolution. The movement towards a more adaptive – a more intelligent – web.

Responsive design needn’t only be a cure for site formatting. Responsive design allows us to be… Responsive. Allows us to respond to our users. It opens the door for exciting new technologies. Interfaces can be fine-tuned for the individual, making use of location and other metadata.
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The Best UX Articles of September 2014

It’s Autumn already… Nothing more needs to be said. Let’s escape the reality of the dawning Winter and jump straight into some awesome UX content.

With so much quality content out there, we take one more look back at August 2014. We’ve compiled the 5 best articles from August we feel are interesting, invaluable or otherwise a must read for anyone with an interest in UX.
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