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3 Examples of Business Problems Solved by UX Design

Until recently, everyday objects and business tools were defined by technology, and technology was largely determined by engineers. Consider the telephone. From Alexander Graham Bell’s first experiments, up until the moment Steve Jobs entered the scene, telephone design meant making the product look attractive – and little more. For most of human history engineers have […]
Hits and Misses in 2018 UX Design

Hits and Misses in 2018 UX Design

2018 has been a pivotal year for businesses looking to improve their user experience (UX) design. As advanced technologies become more readily available, companies have been able to create intuitive and user-friendly layouts while intelligently adapting to their user’s needs. While many companies have taken advantage of new design principles to build a better UX […]
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Gartner APPS Recap: Emotions Charge Experience

Think about the last time you had an excellent experience, whether that is online or in-store. What did that make you feel? Happy, engaged and satisfied are common words used when customers relate good interactions with businesses. Now think about a time where you had a terrible experience with a company. When you got off […]
Lure Boomers to buy into milliennial first world

4 UX Tips To Lure Baby Boomers to Buy Into a Millennial-First World

It’s hard to argue that the maturation of the Millennial generation hasn’t dramatically altered the landscape of the global economy. As the first generation to be digital natives, this group is in many ways truly unique and divergent from its predecessors. And with Millennials outnumbering Baby Boomers by 15 million, it is understandable that businesses […]
why ceos cannot be skeptical about budgeting for UX part 2

Why CEO’s Cannot Be Skeptical About Budgeting For UX – Part II

Halfway through 2017, savvy organizations are already laying the foundation for their 2018 strategies and building the budgets that will help them reach their goals. In Part 1 of this series we examined a few ways that UX research and design can be imperative for helping organizations succeed, despite the fact that many CEOs remain […]
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Why CEOs Cannot Be Skeptical About Budgeting for UX in 2018 – Part 1

With the role of technology becoming increasingly fundamental for business operations—both internally and consumer-facing—there has never been a greater need for quality user experience. Couple this with the fact that those very same technologies have empowered the modern user with higher expectations as well, and it should be clear that making the investment in UX […]
Data Analytics for Better UX

Top 3 Data Analytics to Track for Better UX

Businesses that hope to remain relevant must begin to leverage big data analytics to inform decisions that will foster greater user experience. Research firm Gartner reports that by 2020, customer experience will become the most significant competitive differentiator, outranking even price and product. But because there is so much information readily available, selecting the most […]
marketing and IT working together

6 Solutions for Bridging the Gap Between Marketing and IT on Your Next UX Project

As a business leader, you know how difficult it can be to reach a true consensus when pursuing new initiatives. While various departments within your organization are working towards one goal, there are bound to be disagreements from time to time. Not everyone will want to take the same path, or share your beliefs in […]

Design and Distraction—Key Takeaways from Tristan Harris’ TED Talk

Based on the results of a recent survey created by financial management company Think Money, we’re going to need to add a new page to our 12-month calendar to make up for all the productivity lost due to distractions in the workplace. Respondents to the survey indicated that they become distracted for 759 hours every […]
The newly released iPhone 7 and 7 Plus

4 Key Takeaways on the iPhone 7 Launch for Business Leaders

In many ways product launches from Apple, like the iPhone 7, can be seen as the zeitgeist that propels the user experience today. On one hand, the company can be seen as an innovator, introducing design changes and new features that affect how every one of us interacts with (or comes to expect to interact […]
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