Tag Archives: User Experience

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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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Our 5 Favorite UX Articles (November 2013)

There’s a chill in the air as we brace for inevitable snowy onslaught. The heating has been cranked up, that Coca Cola advert is on TV again, and we’re beginning to draw up our new year’s resolutions. November is drawing to a close. It’s Christmas from here on in.

Not to worry, we’ve brought together our favourite UX articles of the last month to provide some relief from the thought of that Jolly fellow and the turn of yet another year.

With so much quality content out there, we’ve compiled November’s best 5 articles we feel are interesting, invaluable or otherwise a must read for anyone with an interest in UX.
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Our 5 Favorite UX Articles (October 2013)

The days are getting shorter, the nights longer and the clocks have now retreated an hour. With leaves scattered all over, autumn is well and truly here
Not to worry, we’ve brought together our favourite UX articles of the last month to provide some relief from the thought of winter.

With so much quality content out there, we’ve compiled 5 articles we feel are interesting, invaluable or otherwise a must read for anyone with an interest in UX.
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5 Critical Aspects Of Your User Experience

The user experience. Everyone talks about it. Finally. It’s a joy watching the field grow and getting recognized. People are beginning to realize that there is more to online success than having a functional website in place. More even than a high google ranking and good usability. By now, even the smallest company has found its way online, web technologies have evolved drastically, and with that people’s expectations have grown.
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Does Your Website Design Appeal To The Right People?

So you have a website – and you know who you want your target group to be. Great. But how do you make sure you design your site for the right kind of people? How do you make sure to attract people that not only like your product – but that have the right age, lifestyle, or even money to buy it?

Obviously, your product already does a lot of the work. People who don’t like it, or who don’t think it will fit their current life situation, probably won’t be the majority of your visitors. Or will they? Do they even know they probably cannot afford your product? Do they know you are targeting a different age group? Or different gender?
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5 Ways How Whitespace Affects The User Experience

Whitespace is becoming an increasingly popular design element for websites. The term was originally coined in print design and describes “the absence of text and graphics”. At the same time, whitespace is more than an empty space. It’s also “the overall airiness or density of the page including space between lines of type (leading), text offset around graphics, size of margins, and heaviness or lightness of the fonts”.

In web design, whitespace can be defined in a similar way. The only difference is that it doesn’t have to be white. Rather, whitespace comes in forms and colors. Consider it the opposite of your content. Whitespace can create a structure, carry meaning, and guide the user, but it doesn’t attract attention to itself.
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Getting Inspired By Innovative User Experience Concepts

User experience is so much more than just design. It’s about the way you interact with a product – how you use it, how it’s structured, how you navigate around a site, or an app, and so much more. It’s not simply a case of making something look “pretty” – it’s about improving the way it works to the point where it’s intuitive and obvious, and using it feels like second nature.
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16 Inspiring App Landing Pages And 8 Reasons Why They Are Effective

Landing pages. We have all heard of them and most of us know they are important. Why? As the word says: A landing page is where people first ‘land’ when they visit your website. This can be because they followed an add, found your site on google, or simply typed in you URL in their browser window because they know about your site from any other source.
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