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Well Designed Product Pages

When working on an ecommerce site, one of the places sapping lots of time and energy is in getting the product page to be just right. There are a number of elements that tend to perform well on product pages, by giving potential customers useful information and by showcasing the product well. Yet there are some that make for a better, more useful product page. As a result, making for happier customers.

So, without further ado, let’s have a look at some of the features that improve product pages.
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How to Stand Out from the Crowd: Unusual Web Design

In general, we don’t want to look unusual.

We want to stand out, sure, but for being successful. Just like the football hero, winning the final game with the winning touchdown.

We don’t want to stand out for looking unusual or being unique, because we’re afraid of being different from everyone else and being outcasted as a result.
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The ABC of Usability Part 12

The latest instalment in our monthly list of User Experience terms and definitions.

Each month, we are adding new terms to our existing glossary of Usability and UX definitions; terms we deem useful, interesting or – hopefully – a mixture of the two!

Discover new terms, learn more about the ones you thought you knew and find out interesting, little known, details.
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Record exposure of 2 Billion monthly displays for Usabilla Live

The team here at Usabilla has had an exciting 5 months. In September, we added focus to our efforts beyond Dutch borders, hiring country managers for France, Germany and the UK. A website redesign followed, adding both French and German language versions to cater for our ever growing international customer base.
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The Best UX Articles of 2013, from the Usabilla Blog

As 2013 draws to a close, we say farewell to another year of blogging. Over the past 12 months, us here at Usabilla have been producing an average of two articles a week. My primary school maths tells me that is over 100 pieces of new content out there – providing all manner of tips, tricks and discussion.

Admittedly, this may be a bit much for you all to wade through. So to ease that experience, our most successful UX articles of the past year have been summarised here for you to get a feel of just what’s happened in 2013.
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PS4 vs Xbox One – a Usability Review (Part 1)

This is Part 1 of our review. Part 2 can be found here. Enjoy!

You can view/download the full PDF of the review here.

It has been a year of intense debate. Insults hurled from side to side. Two rival camps, passionately supporting and vouching for what they believe in. It’s nothing political. Nothing that will have any real righteous impact on the world. This has been the battle between gaming’s two behemoths. The battle to be under our Christmas tree.
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new feature Design

The ABC of Usability Part 11

The latest instalment in our monthly list of User Experience terms and definitions.

Each month, we are adding new terms to our existing glossary of Usability and UX definitions; terms we deem useful, interesting or – hopefully – a mixture of the two!

Discover new terms, learn more of the ones you thought you knew and find out interesting, little known, details.
Read the rest of this entry »