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Virtual Reality UX Design Considerations

In Usability, UX Design by relding

If we take a look back on last year tech news, it looks like everyone was talking about virtual reality (VR). Some of the tech companies that were just exploring the technology have now started to push aggressively into VR. Other companies quickly followed so we had a chance to watch an NBA game in VR for the first time. …

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Voice Recognition and UX

In Usability, UX Design by relding

For as long as we know it, computers have been an important part of our lives. And all that time we´ve been interacting with them one way or another. Back in the 1950s, this interaction consisted of pressing keys and entering commands into the command line. Before that, commands had to be given to the computer using a punch card …

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Augmented Reality and its implications in UX

In Usability, UX Design by relding

Augmented Reality (AR) is everywhere. Whatever tech blog you open, there will be at least one post about it. As more and more technologies are starting to embrace this growing trend, there is a high degree of chance that AR will grow to much more than it is now. This will only be possible with a deep level of understanding …

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What should be considered before conducting user research?

In Usability, UX Design by Admin

User research is essential to any web design project, as your users should be the focus of your site design. To make sure the UX of your website is spot on and optimised to give you maximum conversions, it’s important you know your users behaviours and goals. User research is part of the initial planning stage, but it also needs …

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How Can UX help with the conversion rates on your financial services site?

In UX Design by Admin

The amount of users migrating online to take care of their financial affairs has dramatically increased over the last 10 years. With technology and smartphones evolving so quickly, users are constantly looking for the quickest and easiest ways to perform everyday tasks from the comfort of their own homes, or even on the go.This has meant that UX is now …

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Web Page Scrolling and Attention

In Usability, User Interface Design, UX Design by Admin

A typical web user will spend 80 percent of their time staring at information that is located above the page fold. Although users often do not read immediately, but scroll instead, they spend only 20 percent of their time on the content below the fold. There is much confusion among web designers about the page fold concept and the importance …

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Usability 101, A Quick Introduction to Usability & UX

In Usability, UX Design by relding

What is usability and how can we define it? Simply put, usability is about making products and systems easier and more intuitive to use while matching them more closely to the requirements and needs of their end-users. Usability can be defined by a number of components, but most frequently we define it using the following five attributes: User´s satisfaction: how …

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How to Utilize Customer Journey Mapping for effectively Communicating with Stakeholders

In Customer experience, Ideas, UX Design by relding

We are increasingly being asked by clients to map their existing customer or user journeys and to provide the output information in a usable and visual format so that they can articulate this to their internal stakeholders. This does two things, it firstly enables the stakeholders to fully understand their users’ motivations, attitudes and behaviours at different stages of the …