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Before committing, it is important to comprehend the risks and rewards of employing a brand-new, unique gesture in your mobile app.

http://usabilitygeek.com/so-you-have-new-gesture/

#UX #MobileUX #UserExperience #MobileUX

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User-centered design makes sure that you design and develop products right from the beginning, exactly what your clients want.

http://usabilitygeek.com/user-centered-design-introduction/

#UX #UserExperience

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Contrary to what people believe about AI in the UX design realm, it is not an improving mechanism in the sense that it can write a “better” version of a previously written tagline. It rather works by paying attention to what works better when talking about each user.

http://usabilitygeek.com/artificial-intelligence-fill-gaps-ux-design/

#UX #UserExperience #AI #ArtificialIntelligence

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Snapchat’s decision to completely eschew traditional, market-tested UX design rules is one that would condemn 99.9% of other companies to failure. But before we chastise, we have to remember that UX design is an intersection of myriad fields and disciplines, one of which is art.
And in art, rules are made to be broken.
http://usabilitygeek.com/snapchat-needs-ux-makeover/ #UX #UserExperience

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Bad web design does not follow any particular formula. Some business websites might have great elements mixed with inferior parts, while others suffer from the “good ideas, bad execution” problem. Still, others experience both bad ideas and bad execution. Bottom line is, your business will suffer.

http://usabilitygeek.com/real-effects-bad-web-design/

#UX #UserExperience #UXDesign

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With a growth rate double that of other industries, it is no wonder UX design struggles to be understood. It is evolving before it can explain itself.
http://usabilitygeek.com/ux-design-specialisation/ #UX #UserExperience #UXDesign

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As Confucious once said, “The cautious seldom err.” When it comes to the launch of your app, this could not be more accurate.

http://usabilitygeek.com/not-done-before-launch-app/

#UX #UserExperience #App

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Garnering a better understanding of the math behind art and design means you can consciously apply it to your work. Math loses its identity as a painful headache, a high school tormentor. Instead, it becomes an invaluable tool for both artists and UX design companies.
http://usabilitygeek.com/math-class-ux/ #UX #UXDesign #UserExperience

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Who said social impact sites had to be boring? Many nonprofits are revamping their marketing efforts with exciting, modern, UX-design strategies such as gamification.

http://usabilitygeek.com/best-practices-social-impact-sites/

#UX #UserExperience #UXDesign

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Utilising trends found in qualitative UX research methods will help establish a foundation for your quantitative research. It is just as important to understand the why and how, as it is to understand the how many and how much. In user experience research, they go hand in hand.
http://usabilitygeek.com/ux-designers-quantitative-data/ #UX #UserExperience
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