Author Archives: Oliver McGough

Oliver McGough

Marketing & UX @ Usabilla. Interested in design, marketing, the games industry and all things sports. Can often be found wandering Amsterdam, lost; or having a good time with friends. Feel free to hit me up on Twitter or Linkedin.
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Usabilla Live Feature Update: July 2014

We’ve been working hard behind the scenes here at Usabilla to provide you with the best possible tool for collection and analyzing user feedback. Usabilla and our products never stand still as we continuously update, adapt, and redefine the standard in user feedback.

This past month has been a busy one as we bring you 4 great new features to help get the most out of your site and its visitors:

  • New Targeting options for Usabilla Live campaigns
  • Restore unsaved campaigns
  • Create, edit and delete your labels
  • Automatically add labels to feedback items based on keywords in visitor comments
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Designing for Thumbs – The Thumb Zone

Thumbs. The very instrument that makes us human. Separating us from our pet cats and dogs. Passed down through the generations, our thumbs have allowed us to do all manner of things; from gripping wooden clubs, to navigating our smartphones.

In modern life wooden clubs are rarely called upon, unfortunately. Yet all too often we find ourselves standing with phone in one hand, interacting, exploring, talking and texting with our thumbs. Thumbs are more relevant than ever..!
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The Best UX Articles of June 2014

So, summer is here… apparently. Amongst the sporadic showers you’d be forgiven for thinking you’ve travelled back to spring. Such is life in northern Europe. Regardless, we’ve done just that here, perhaps in a vague attempt to remember the glorious weather of last month.

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

Sometimes, as the old saying goes, pictures really do tell 1000 words. And if that’s the case, what’s better than a picture with 1000 words included on it?

We’ve gathered 10 more of the best UX relevant infographics from around the web for your entertainment and education. Marvel at the stunning visuals, and informative posters. You might just learn something! (Check out our previous collection here)
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New Feature: Adaptable Campaigns for Usabilla Live for Websites

It’s 2014, the internet is growing at a higher speed than ever before – and with it the importance of designing user friendly and engaging websites. For many industries, conversion rates have become a synonym for success.

Customer expectation, ability and needs evolve constantly. Trends come and go. Technology changes. At Usabilla, we never sit still – we believe in the power of continuous user feedback!

With Usabilla Live for websites, we provide you with the tools to ask your visitors what they think and feel whilst browsing your website. Create the best possible user experience, turn visitors into loyal users, and increase your conversion – by providing a strong customer voice.
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The Best UX Articles of May 2014

So, summer is here… apparently. Amongst the sporadic showers you’d be forgiven for thinking you’ve travelled back to spring. Such is life in northern Europe. Regardless, we’ve done just that here, perhaps in a vague attempt to remember the glorious weather of last month.

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

The hamburger leads the way in the ubiquitous web experience. Seeing a new lease of life in mobile design’s rise, the three small bars continue to pop up over all number of platforms. Even as I write this, I see Chrome’s own 3 barred icon looking at me from the corner of the screen. Behind that I can see iTunes with a hamburger sitting pretty aside my favourite song. Even one of my favourite games, Football Manager, has recently employed that ever present hamburger. This simple icon has solved a problem, and in it defined a standard.
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Feature Update: 5 Exciting Features for Usabilla Live

Greetings everyone. Our first feature update for a while, and it’s an exciting one.You’ve requested new features and we’ve delivered.

With two new developers hired in the past month or so (welcome George and Imre), our developers have been working more furiously than ever behind the scenes. Only now can we reveal our first bunch of exciting new features. I say first bunch because, believe me, there are many more exciting things to come in the next couple of months!
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10 of the Best UX Infographics

Sometimes, as the old saying goes, pictures really do tell 1000 words. And if that’s the case, what’s better than a picture with 1000 words included on it?

We’ve gathered 10 more of the best UX relevant infographics from around the web for your entertainment and education. Marvel at the stunning visuals, and informative posters. You might just learn something! (Check out our previous collection here)
Read the rest of this entry »