Enhancing The Usability Of ‘Meet The Team’ Pages

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‘Meet the Team’ web pages are becoming a good way to show your resourceful team as part of your organizational work. It is not the latest buzz but yes, many organizations have come forward to showcasing it as their creative catalogue on websites. As a result, many online agencies have derived great audience attention, thanks to the creatively designed ‘Meet the Team’ web … [Read more...]

Why Typography Matters For Better Visibility

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With constant advancements in web design, the design arena has started to evolve more in terms of visual communication, image production and depiction of expressions. In all this, typography has marked its significance and is gaining immense popularity among designers. The art itself is alluring to draw everyone’s attention and that’s the reason why visitors are naturally … [Read more...]

5 Guidelines For Setting Up A Usability Study – Startup Style

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No matter the size of a company, usability testing can be viewed as a luxury that all too often gets scrapped off the agenda as deadlines start to loom. In my experience of working in the young and vibrant e-commerce startup Mallzee, this issue crops up more than it should. When every penny counts, it’s hard to convince managing roles to invest time and money in user … [Read more...]

Mobile Commerce Usability: 5 Fundamental Guidelines For Your Mobile Site

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Website users are evolving as mobile devices and tablets become more prevalent. As users change, e-commerce has to adapt. It is not enough to have a web store anymore. The following 5 guidelines will help you focus on reaping the benefits of mobile commerce usability. 1. KISS Navigation With smaller screens and shorter attentions spans, simple navigation is a … [Read more...]

5 Ways to Improve Your Email Marketing Strategy

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With all of the marketing options available via social media these days – everything from sponsored posts to autoplay video ads – you might think that good old email marketing is obsolete or at least on its way out. But that’s not true at all. People still do communicate by email, both personally and professionally, and email still has its place in your marketing … [Read more...]

The Seven Deadly Sins Of Ads And Their Sole Redemption

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1. Lust Consumers click ads to seek solutions. Remind readers you understand the problem by echoing their concerns rather than covet advocacy and subsequent account registry. This brand’s ad is a result for a ‘fat loss.’ The landing page looks like: They question the obvious, then follow with repeated urges to register... a bit creepy. And, the copy does not … [Read more...]

Marrying User-Centered Design with the Agile Software Development Process: 7 Tips for Success

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The Agile methodology has taken the software development world by storm over the last two decades, and with good reason. The focus on iterative and incremental development, cross-functional teams, and working software over laborious documentation fits well with our need to respond rapidly to an ever-changing technological landscape. However, the move to Agile has left … [Read more...]

How Great UX Can Help Your Email Marketing

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Aren’t UX and Email Marketing quite different from each other? How does one affect the other? Let’s begin with the fundamentals… UX (short for User Experience) has gained a lot of traction over the last few years thanks to the emergence of Web 2.0. We see web designers now touting labels like User Interaction Designers or simply as UX Designers, dedicated blogs (like … [Read more...]