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[WEBINAR] Why UX Will Make or Break Your Business

User experience might be the most underrated part of growing a successful business. Far too many companies treat it like an afterthought, rather than a primary goal. And this is to their detriment. Sure, as a UX design and development agency, we might be a little biased here, but given the transformative results we’ve seen […]

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 […]

How Can You Enhance UX for a More Universal Appeal?

When traveling to a foreign country where you don’t speak the native language, a translation dictionary is an indispensable asset. Without being able to communicate with the locals, you might have trouble with simple tasks like ordering a meal or finding your hotel. Equipping yourself with tools like a translation dictionary allows for universal communication […]

UX and E-Commerce Security: Red Flags to Avoid

If you’re an American with internet access, chances are that you’ve made an online purchase recently … and you’re not alone. In fact, nearly 70 percent of Americans shop online regularly (at least monthly), according to Mintel’s Online Shopping U.S. 2015 report. Reasons behind this burgeoning market include the convenience of being able to shop […]

Psychology and UX: Building a Brand Consumers Can Trust

As you continue to emphasize your brand’s online presence, don’t forget to capture the characteristics that have been fundamental to building your offline organization. One such vital component of any sustainable business is consumer trust. Case in point, the majority of consumers require assurance of an organization’s credibility before engaging with them. In fact, a […]