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Usabilla UX Index – Fogg’s Behaviour model, Lean UX, Colour Theory and more…

Here we are again with another 5 words to update your vocabulary just in time for christmas.

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

Discover something new, refresh your memory of the ones you thought you knew and find out interesting, little known, details.
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3 Ways In Which Fluency Psychology Will Shake Up Usability Design

As usability professionals, we love to understand what makes a website or interface ‘feel’ right. While usability testing remains an indispensable tool in ironing out our interface’s bottlenecks, new insights into the ways in which people process information are always welcome. What brain circuits are sparked when someone interacts with our work? And how do these processes guide further courses of action?

Currently, one of cognitive psychology’s most treasured topics is processing fluency. It’s a simple concept, yet amazingly powerful in creating interfaces that work. Let’s dig in.
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The Best UX Articles of November 2014

It’s already December but before you get too carried away with christmas and the festivities, put down your mince pie and lets take a look back at November 2014.

Once again we’ve combed through a large collection of quality content to give you five top UX articles written in November that we feel are engaging and useful to anyone with an interest in user experience.
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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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User Experience Report: Does The Application of Game Elements Result In Improved User Engagement?

Whilst games have been around for Millennia (attested as early as 2600 BC), their mechanics have only recently been applied to non-gaming activities. The biggest reason for this is video games immense popularity across all age groups. Companies are curious whether the elements that make games fun or appealing (such as levelling up, rewards and leaderboards) can be applied to non-gaming applications, as well as increasing engagement

Gamification has real potential of improving user experience over numerous applications, but this has to be done with care.
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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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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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User Experience Report: Is Responsive Design the Answer to the Growth in Mobile Devices?

Mobile devices are on the rise, we can see it all around us. Mobile traffic alone rose 81% in 2013. Most of us already own a smart- or iPhone, but tablets are becoming increasingly popular as well (rising 68% in the past year).

This presents a problem for websites. Traditionally there was only a single method of viewing them – via desktops – but a rise in smaller screen sizes presents new challenges. Sites need to be optimized to suit all devices: To suit touch and mouse. Handheld screens and TVs.
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