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Pagination: Why there’s life in the web’s old dog yet

As web technologies continue to improve, so are the ways in which we experience the internet. In the 23 years of the web, many trends have come and gone. We’ve seen Page Counters come and go, Flash rise and fall, and we’re currently seeing Flat Design’s minimalism take the fore at the expense of skeuomorphic and ‘realistic’ 3D effects. The web is ever-evolving. Trends come and go, this is only natural – as we see in the world of fashion. Unlike fashion however, the web’s evolution has much to do with technological change.

Devices have got faster, bandwidth has increased, and our browsing methods have evolved from desktop to mobile. At the heart of these changes has been the method in which we structure our content.
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Social Media – How Engaging With Your Community Is Always A Win

Social Media has become an integral part of business today. Building a community for the target audience and managing the community is essential for building the fan base companies are trying to engage with. What are some of the ways people share content nowadays? How are businesses making websites and blogs more personable? And how do companies invite their community to contact them via social media?
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The Power Of An Educated Customer Support Center

This is a guest post by Jeffrey van den Dungen Bille.

When you read the Usabilla blog, there is no need in saying that UX is all about touch points. Neither do I need to tell you that your support center is a very important point of contact for your customers. Too bad that support centers are often overlooked, leaving aside the potential they bear for improving the user experience.
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Designing Effective Social Media Buttons

Social media marketing has become quite popular. I believe there are two main reasons why. First, because the Web 2.0 offers increasing possibilities for this new marketing strategy, and second, because social media is easily and for everyone accessible through modern mobile devices. Besides, I think people rely on social media marketing simply because it is popular and somehow seems to suit our constant connected existence of the 21st century.

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