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Theory meets practice and the result is one happy client who doubled their projected conversion rate - ‪#‎UX‬ ‪#‎UserExperience‬
A case study describing how user-centered design was applied to help a traditional business achieve a 20% conversion as opposed to its goal of 10%
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When looking for a university program, take time and do your research. You are making a huge commitment and a huge investment of time and money, so make sure the university program provides you with what you are looking for. ‪#‎webdesign‬ ‪#‎UX‬ ‪#‎UI‬ http://usabilitygeek.com/university-web-design-programs/
With several university web design programs out there, it is difficult to choose the right one. This article highlights the considerations one should make.
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'Good' user survey design (a highly subjective term in itself) comes down to understanding your business goals and how the survey itself can facilitate you accomplishing them. #UX #UserExperience
Guidelines to overcome common user survey writing mistakes - tackling issues with objectives, scaling questions, language, audience and survey length.
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Material design only becomes constricting when designers fail to push the boundaries and stay true to their own brands. Use the concepts to enhance your own unique design style to get the most benefit from this widely-used, modern and effective digital design philosophy. #UX #MaterialDesign
Material design guidelines to design within the framework while adding elements that reflect your brand's uniqueness and still fostering a great UX
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Product images are among the final pieces of the conversion puzzle ‪#‎eCommerce‬ ‪#‎Usability‬ ‪#‎UX‬ 
Product images, done right improve both the conversion rate and the usability of an eCommerce website. Here are practical guidelines for achieving this.
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Some websites need robust content to convey value to their site’s visitors – but that does not mean they have to sacrifice style. ‪#‎UX‬ ‪#‎UserExperience‬ ‪#‎Webdesign‬ ‪#‎Content‬
Content-heavy websites present their own set of challenges. These simple-to-implement guidelines will help you overcome them.
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Ask yourself: am I designing for emotion? The difference between good design, and stunning, breathtaking design, is often a matter of emotional response. ‪#‎UX‬ ‪#‎UserExperience‬ 
Mood boards can be used by UX designers to target an emotional response thus enabling them to maintain full control over the user's experience.
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Users and developers should weigh the costs and benefits of using this type of authentication for some e-commerce transactions ‪#‎UX‬ ‪#‎Security‬ ‪#‎Mobile‬ 
Apple's Touch ID System is an authentication technology that has already been implemented in eCommerce. However some say that it poses a security risk.
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Sidebars are an afterthought. They are the remnants of old, ineffective design theory and they need to go. If you are not using your sidebar as a primary means of navigation, then it is (probably) pretty close to being useless. ‪#‎UX‬ ‪#‎UserExperience‬ ‪#‎UXDesign‬

Sidebars are a UX design afterthought. They typically distract users from the real content by cluttering the interface. This does not help UX or conversion.
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Organizations are now more inclined towards selling experience and not just a product or a service ... step up your UX game now! ‪#‎UXdesign‬ ‪#‎UX‬ ‪#‎UserExperience‬

A listing and explanation of 6 UX Design Trends that are dominating 2016 and are poised to continue doing so for the rest of the year.
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Heuristic evaluations are a great way of identifying usability problems in your product while spending less time and money than you would by conducting usability testing. ‪#‎usability‬ ‪#‎UX‬
A Heuristic Evaluation is a usability inspection technique where usability experts evaluate the user interface of a product against a set of Heuristics
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The new Axure RP 8 is cleaner and more aesthetically pleasing to the eyes. Although the core functions of Axure RP 8 are similar to those in RP 7, the UX and UI of the platform has been improved in a major way. ‪#‎UX‬ ‪#‎UserExperience‬ ‪#‎Axure‬
The new Axure RP 8 has an updated workspace and toolbar, several new features and functionalities and great improvements to the AxShare sharing system.
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Usability Geek is a Usability & User Experience (UX) blog that provides practical and useful information. Our readership comes from various fields including those of Usability, User Experience, Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and Information Architecture (IA)