Good UX Design Ideas

Good UX Design Ideas

The concept of online user experience (UX) is not much different than any aspect of your daily life.  You want a pleasant experience without any hassle. This rings true with everything you do, including checking out at the grocery store, operating a vehicle, or navigating a public place.Design IdeasEvery website offers a distinct UX but the real matter at hand is: how is your own UX affecting your website visitors. Perhaps more importantly, how is that experience affecting your business? There is plenty of research to suggest that the emotions your website visitors feel while visiting your website have a significant impact on how those users view your brand. That means you simply cannot afford to make them feel frustrated, confused, disappointed, or even just neutral.Here are some do’s and don’ts to watch for on your own website so that you can deliver a positive experience for your website visitors:DON'T: Assume that everyone will use your site the way you...
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3 Apps That Failed Due to Poor UX

3 Apps That Failed Due to Poor UX

At one point or another, we've all been frustrated by poor UX. This is especially true in enterprise software, where applications are expected to be clunky. Nobody enjoys poor UX; it wastes time, hinders productivity, and most importantly, stands in the way of getting your job done. So, why does poor UX continue to make its way into the workplace? The unfortunate answer is that enterprise software is typically designed to fit sales or technical requirements rather than the end user needs. In recent years, however, business has evolved to become more digital than ever. For example, while there is no Census Bureau or government-produced data that provides accurate granularity on the ubiquity of remote work, Global Workplace Analytics’ research found that 50% of the US workforce holds a job that is compatible with at least partial remote work and approximately 20-25% of the workforce is remote at some frequency. Studies have also repeatedly shown that most employees are not at...
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