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UI vs. UX: What’s the difference between user interface and user experience?

What’s the difference between UI and UX? If I had to explain it in 30 seconds or less, here would be my elevator pitch. At the most basic level, the user interface (UI) is the series of screens, pages, and … The post UI vs. UX: What’s the difference between user interface and user experience? appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

Defining UX research objectives

Today’s post is an excerpt from our eBook, The complete guide to user testing websites, apps, and prototypes. Enjoy! User feedback is the key to making any business successful—whether you’re launching an app, redesigning a website, refining product features, … The post Defining UX research objectives appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

Add to Cart vs. Add to Bag: Which Button Label to Use

There’s one thing all ecommerce sites have in common. You have to click a button to select the items you want to purchase. But the text labels on the buttons aren’t always the same.

How to Fix a Broken Intranet

Intranets get a bad rep, mostly because so many of them are terrible! This week, UX consultant Bjørn Bergslien explains how to improve intranets to save money, increase productivity, and generally create the resources intranets are intended to be.

Consider these variables before you choose a UX research method

Do any of these statements sound familiar? “We have a new product idea; let’s run a focus group to find out what people will think!” “We’re not sure if people understand how to navigate our site. We should set up … The post Consider these variables before you choose a UX research method appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

42+ Awesome Business Bootstrap Website Templates

Here is list of Free and premium Bootstrap Business Templates & Themes for Website.These Business Bootstrap Website Templates are perfect choice for Online/Offline Business Startups, Portfolio and Agency sites. Website making is not a difficult task. Show More Summary

3 tips to engage with customers through email

About a year ago I gave in to my curiosity and put my name on a waiting list to join the latest hot website everyone was talking about. I didn’t really have a need for it, but everyone was talking … The post 3 tips to engage with customers through email appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

Scaling your UX team

Today’s post is an excerpt from our eBook, 4 Stages of building and scaling a UX team. Enjoy! Once you’ve established your core team and you’ve had some time to get into a rhythm, chances are you’ll start to … The post Scaling your UX team appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

22+ Western Flyer Templates PSD

Best Western Flyer Templates with Free Photoshop PSD download. These Western Flyer Templates are of outstanding quality and highly professionally designed. Western Flyer Templates are good resource of design inspiration as well as designing your own flyers with minimal effort. Show More Summary

How Letterspacing Can Make All Caps Easier to Read

All caps text is like a spice, you don’t want to overuse it. A little can go a long way when you use it on content and menu headings to show contrast from regular body text.

Lean + Research = Success! An Interview with Tomer Sharon

Tomer Sharon knows research, and he knows business. In Validating Product Ideas through Lean User Research, he combines the two. We interviewed him to learn more about problem solving and the value of research for validating what the people want.

How to integrate continuous user testing into your product develoment workflow

Last week we sat down with Edmond Lau, author of the book The Effective Engineer and software engineer at Quip —a modern productivity suite centered around team communication—to talk about how Quip integrates continuous user testingShow More Summary

How to build a product people love: Q&A with Amy Jo Kim, CEO at Shufflebrain

Creating a product people love is both an art and a science. In a recent webinar, Amy Jo Kim, CEO at Shufflebrain, shared some valuable tips on using creating a great product quickly and effectively, including the incorporation of … The post How to build a product people love: Q&A with Amy Jo Kim, CEO at Shufflebrain appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

Invisible UI: a hidden opportunity for great UX

Several years ago I treated myself to dinner at a fancy restaurant in Paris. The place was not surprisingly known for its outstanding cuisine, but what really drew me there was its reputation for attentive yet “invisible” service. That sounded … The post Invisible UI: a hidden opportunity for great UX appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

100+ Best Free PSD Templates 2016

Photoshop PSD Files are backbone of designers as well as non designers work, alike as it has helped a large number of them to accelerate the work and wastage of pointless time. A free psd files are great and adds an benefit for spare time on making new design files  and buying them on web. Show More Summary

Cognitive psychology for UX: how to avoid the false consensus effect

We all see the world through our own unique filters. These filters are based on our personal experience, culture, context/environment, and our frame of mind. And they come with an unintended side effect that most of us aren’t aware of: … The post Cognitive psychology for UX: how to avoid the false consensus effect appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

The surprising ROI of great customer experience (and the terrible cost of bad CX)

Yes, this is an article about why you should invest in customer experience. But first, I want to make something very clear that makes most CX “gurus” uncomfortable: you can grow your business with an average customer experience. You could … The post The surprising ROI of great customer experience (and the terrible cost of bad CX) appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

A Stronger Visual Cue for Text Fields

All clickable user interface elements need visual cues that signify clickability. Without cues, users won’t know to interact with them. Most buttons and links use color, location, and shape for a strong visual cue.

Designing the UX of a UX Conference

When we think of designing an experience, we usually think about products and services. But what about a conference? The pressure is high to design a great experience for UX practitioners, and this week Mustafa Dalci shares with us the eight principles his team at UX Alive follows to make certain their conference is a wonderful experience.

Answer These 3 Questions on Your Homepage to Reduce Bounce Rates

 Take a look at the image below. What does this website offer? Who is their target audience? Unless you know Zapier, you probably have no idea. They actually have a clear description of what they offer, but users have to … The post Answer These 3 Questions on Your Homepage to Reduce Bounce Rates appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

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