Baron Davis gets bored like the rest of us, and when that happens, he does what we all do. Take, for instance, one night a couple of years back: He lounged on his couch, doing very little. He must have felt the type of sweeping boredom that has you mindlessly dig deep into your phone,
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At Nike’s new concept store in West Los Angeles, the digital and the physical converge. Nike by Melrose’s 4,557 square feet of retail space is designed to create an experience that blends mobile app convenience with high-touch human connections.
As shoppers enter the store, they receive personalized offers via Nike App at Retail.
All things die. Humans die. Plants die. Stars and planets die. And so, too, do your favorite social media networks become shrouded in that inevitable darkness that descends upon us all.
Okay. So that’s a bit dramatic, but yes, like all things, even our favorite social networks have a lifespan. An app will debut,
Mobile apps have the power to do many things, and you’ll need to make choices as you decide which features to build into your app. One decision you might not have considered: video.
No matter what your app is or does, you should think hard about adding a video component. I can hear you wondering: Why would my app to help create a budget or play a game need video?
User experience is often overlooked in website and app design and, indeed, the design of many things. How many times have you felt compelled to push a door only to find you need to pull it instead? While fire codes might dictate such design, it’s an example of user experience at work.
While taking a moment to figure out whether a door is push or pull sounds like a small thing,
What do I mean by value? The value of a UX design or digital project equates with the impact the project makes.
“Impact is the tangible change that research provides—be it in policy, business, industry, or society.”
—Oxford University e-Research Centre
The Digital Impact Framework (DIF)… can answer specific questions about a project’s impact.
Progress bars inching forward ever so slowly. Confusing application layouts. Downloader’s remorse.
These are a few of my least favorite things, and I’m sure your customers share similar sentiments. In our digital-centric world, applications have become the modern storefront for nearly every business. They’re expected to provide convenient services, perfectly and right now.
Whether or not you’re a website designer, possessing a comprehensive understanding of user experience (UX) is paramount. Strong UX directly correlates to better business. In fact, putting emphasis on UX from the get-go increases everything from customer retention, conversions and market share. And what’s better than that?
But to really reap the benefits,
It seems like we’re on the cusp of doing amazing things with chatbots and data mining, which can augment manual information architecture work and result in a better user experience overall. Automated information processing can help us identify search patterns and recommend information structures, to improve the findability of content.How AI + UX = Better Findability
Let’s say you have a service that includes a search component.
Think about all the frustrating products you’ve used at work. Expense reporting apps. Outdated CRM systems. Database management tools. In the world of B2B products, UX has historically been an afterthought.
But the status quo is changing. Enterprise UX — which refers to the design of business products — is in the middle of a renaissance.