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Our 5 Favorite UX Articles (July 2013)

It’s the end of the month, again. And again, we can rely on our fellow UX folks for providing us with great content. UX is a very friendly field to be working in – a field that is characterized by an open sharing mentality. No matter how much experience people have, or how ‘important’ their job titles sound, a common UX motto is: “Knowledge sharing is powerful.” Thanks everyone for the great company!
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Our 5 Favorite UX Articles (06/2013)

June has passed and with that summer has officially started. While some of us take it slow during this time of the year, others seem to be even more eager to share incredibly rich content with the community. Thanks to all the thought leaders and writers out there for promoting the concept of user centered design – and for sharing their thoughts and insights on a wide range of web, design, and UX related topics.

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Our 5 Favorite Articles On UX (May 2013)

It’s the end of the month, once again. And so it’s time for us to share with you a list of our favorite UX articles. We hope you like them! And if you have a nice resource that you’d like to add to the list, please do so by sharing it in the comments.

From this month’s top 5 UX articles, you’ll learn:

  • How to create a better responsive experience
  • How much the web has really changed
  • Which 5 emotions make your website work
  • Why you need to stop thinking of your designers as artists
  • How to test your website navigation
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Our 5 Favorite Articles On UX (April 2013)

Have you already been waiting for our list of recommended readings on UX? Just in time before the weekend, here are our 5 favorite articles of the month April. We hope you enjoy reading them as much as we did.

This is what you will find out if you continue reading:

  • How web posture affects user experience
  • 10 reasons why you should hire a user experience manager
  • How feedback pertains to best user experience design practices
  • How to design an emotionally engaging experience
  • What UI really is and how UX confuses matters
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Our 5 Favorite Articles On UX (March 2013)

Time is flying and yet another month has passed. Luckily not without a bunch of great UX content. Like always, we want to share with you our five favorite articles on UX. This time, you can learn:

  • Why the user experience cannot be designed
  • Why you should know your users and their stories before you start to design for them
  • 11 A/B Testing myths that prevent smart marketers from making accurate, data-driven decisions
  • How to use Card Sorting more effectively
  • How Data, Strategy, and Execution fit together to create a holistic approach to online personalization
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Our 5 Favorite Articles On UX (November 2012)

This month, our favorite articles on UX are all about a better, more minimalistic, and more efficient approach to web design. Looking for design inspiration, or a starting point for your new design project? Do you want to know how to overcome UX barriers to sales conversion, or learn about the benefits of sharing our decision-making processes? Then we’ve got you covered.
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Our 5 Favorite Articles On UX (September 2012)

It’s the end of September, and season has officially changed. While the days start to get shorter and and temperatures start to fall, we are happy to see that the community keeps up their spirit. Again, this month has some awesome UX articles in petto. Let’s take a look at our five most favorite ones — enough reading material for a nice, cozy evening on the couch.
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