Blog Posts Tagged With data visualization

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Assessing Analytics Tools to Improve UX Design Outcomes

Does your development strategy rely on intuition? Probably not. Successful design teams, web developers, and marketers rarely achieve long-lasting results simply by trusting their gut. The gut is important, of course, but it has to inform action according to a strategy backed by data. This is what the most successful strategists in any industry do, […]

IoT Marketing Strategy: Designing Success for your SMB

It’s noon. You’re famished. You head outside to find some lunch, but you can’t make up your mind about where to eat. All of a sudden your phone vibrates. It’s an alert from the sandwich shop to your right. You haven’t been there since you called in an order for a pastrami sandwich last month. […]

UpTop UX Design Team Participates in the Pronto Cycle Share Data Challenge

To celebrate their first birthday, Pronto Cycle Share created a data visualization challenge by publicly releasing the data from their first year of operation. The goal of the challenge was to encourage others to create visualizations of the data in hopes of revealing interesting user patterns. With this general guideline, along with references to similar […]

How Big Data Visualization Can Improve Business Decisions

Success in business can sometimes come from making a good decision at an opportune moment based on intuition alone. However, organizations that enjoy sustained success typically reach conclusions based on research and empirical evidence. In the business community, big data is frequently touted as the deep mine from which such informational “diamonds” are extracted—but many […]

How Visualization Can Unlock Big Data’s Full Potential

Our largely digital world generates an incredible amount of big data, some of which is valuable to organizations and much of which is simply noise. Analytics solutions can help companies parse out the data that is valuable to their operations so it can be used to make informed business decisions. In many cases, however, organizations […]