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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 […]

Upgrading User Experience with Conversational UX

The concept of using virtual assistants and chatbots on business websites and social media platforms is becoming less of an option and more of an expectation. Companies now actively use these tools when interacting with their customers and engaging them in conversations. Natural-language interactions have become an essential part of the development of smart applications […]
Get C-Suite Buy In on Chatbots

3 Strategies For Getting C-Suite Buy-In On Chatbots

The chatbot has made significant strides since the earliest iterations just a decade ago. It is defined as a service, powered by rules and sometimes artificial intelligence, that interacts via a chat interface. Years ago, chatbots like Microsoft Word’s pixilated paperclip, Clippy, assisted users by answering basic questions and performing rudimentary tasks. Many users would argue this […]
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 […]

Why Discovery Matters: Updating Legacy Systems Within Enterprise UX

As a business grows and the needs of employees and customers change, it is important to understand that the organization’s internal system is not a one-time project that can be checked off the to-do list after launch. As growth happens and time passes, the system needs to be tended to regularly in order to integrate […]

Employee-facing Mobile Applications: Four Questions to Ask First

As the dust from Black Friday settles, a clear trend has emerged: retail businesses that focused their sales efforts on mobile users were greatly rewarded. According to Newsweek, mobile shopping accounted for over a third of all online shopping, up 6 percent from last year. The article also revealed that apps from retail giants like […]
Diptic in the app store

Apple Stores Feature UpTop App Diptic as Nationwide Demo for New iPhones

Beginning November 27 and continuing on through the holiday season, Apple’s retail locations will have millions of customers filing into their stores worldwide wanting to take a gander at the intriguing products they have to offer. With the iPhone being the most popular camera (according to Flickr usage stats), Apple recently took the opportunity to […]

Taking the Guesswork out of Mobile App Development and Engagement

Remember Apple’s “there’s an app for that” iPhone 3 commercial? It may seem like ancient history now but, in fact, the viral and eventually trademarked phrase was thrust into the public’s collective consciousness just six years ago. Since that time, mobile app development has grown increasingly popular. As a matter of fact, recent research from […]

Mobile App Development: Native vs. Hybrid vs. Mobile Websites

Mobile devices provide both consumers and businesses with innovative ways to access information, create media and ultimately, solve problems. Unfortunately, with the proliferation of different devices on the market, your application’s potential users are fragmented across a variety of platforms and technologies. To get your application or website across multiple platforms, there are a few […]

Thoughts on the Apple Watch

Having used the Watch for the past few weeks and being able to test our own Apple Watch applications has been a great opportunity to experience this new platform. There have been positive insights and some quirks, but overall I can see it shaping up to be a great platform for consumers. Relying on its […]
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