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Playing with Fire: Mobile Users React to the New Amazon Fire Phone

When you first look at the newly released Fire phone, it doesn’t appear to be groundbreaking. Yes, there are some extra cameras on the front and an Amazon logo on the back, but otherwise it could easily be mistaken for … Read More

Live Conversion Rate Critiques [Webinar]

Are you brave enough to show your website on the air for live feedback? On Tuesday, August 5, we’re hosting a live website review webinar with Rich Page. Rich is a conversion rate optimization expert who has helped hundreds of online … Read More

Progressive Content for Progressive Reduction

A key element of creating a usable content strategy is identifying what information users need, and when. This week, author Ben Barone-Nugent digs deep into what information users need, as he presents the idea of progressive reduction,...Show More Summary

UX T-Shirt: I Love UX

Do you love user experience? Nothing shows how much you love it more than this "I

Presenting Your Work to Executives: 8 Tips for UX Designers

The design review All eyes are on you. Your hand trembles as you guide your mouse to the Share Screen button. You tap. And then it happens. Your boss, your boss’s boss, and your boss’s boss’s boss have finally stopped … Read More

What Will Happen to Your Website if Net Neutrality Is Lost

The issue One of the hottest topics in today’s tech news is the ceaseless debate over net neutrality. If you need a refresher, net neutrality is the practice of keeping the web equally open to all individuals, regardless of their Internet … Read More

Webinar: How to Validate Your Product with Customers

To make sure your new product is a smash hit, you’ll need to get early feedback from your target market before spending a lot of time in development. Learn how to apply Lean Startup principles to define and build a … Read More

Hands On: Users React to the Yo App

The Yo mobile app—a simple messaging service launched in June that allows users to only send the word “Yo” to their contacts—has earned the dubious distinction of being the most mocked product of the year. Seemingly every media outlet and … Read More

How to Define Visitors’ Eye Path to Lead Them to the Conversion Goal

Thanks to our sponsor, VWO. VWO has made publishing possible this month on UX Booth. The post How to Define Visitors’ Eye Path to Lead Them to the Conversion Goal appeared first on UX Booth.

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3 Ways You Need to Change Your Approach When Switching to Mobile Development [VIDEO]

We recently sat down with our mobile strategist Mike Mace to ask how developers coming from the desktop world need to change their approach for mobile development. Here’s what Mike had to say. Stop trusting your instincts The development community … Read More

3 Tricks to Make Users Think Your App Loads Faster

When users are on the go, the best mobile app experience is a fast one. Although a mobile device's connection speed is out of your control, you can still make it seem like your app loads lightning fast.

Facebook, Sentiment Analysis, and Emotional Contagion

Sentiment analysis and emotional contagion are nothing new, but Facebook's recent research study, dubbed by the media the "emotion manipulation" study has launched heated debates regarding the accuracy of the research and the ethics of performing experiments on people without their knowledge or consent. Show More Summary

How agile is your company? [POLL]

How agile is your company? Does your company uphold the principles of Agile? While there are plenty of companies who embrace the Agile philosophy, we know that’s not an easy shift to make—especially in larger organizations. We’d love to hear … Read More

Interview Questions to Ask Web Designers: The “Secret” List

I’ve been interviewing a lot of amazing web designers lately (we might even still have some open positions) and there are is a specific list of questions I always choose from. But, those questions have always been a bit of … Read Mo...

Peek by UserTesting – Give your friends their own ‘Aha!’ moments

We’re very pleased to reveal our latest project today—a project designed to make it easier for anyone in the world to experience the power of user testing for themselves. Introducing Peek! What Peek Is Peek is a micro version of … Read More

How Hamburger Menus Can Increase Your Conversion Rate

Did you know that your website navigation can affect your conversion rate? Several studies have found that minimizing navigation on signup pages increases conversion rates.

Realizing Empathy, Part 2: Praxis

Empathy is a curious, human capacity that pervades the worlds of both art and design. In part two of Seung Chan Lim (Slim)'s three-part series, we explore how we, as designers, can realize empathy. The post Realizing Empathy, Part 2: Praxis appeared first on UX Booth. User Research: Stakeholder Workshop

At DrupalCon Austin 2014, we officially kicked off the reimagination of with a full-day workshop with Drupal Association staff, Working Groups, select board members and advisors, facilitated by our user experience coach Whitney Hess. Show More Summary

5 Ways to Build Customer Trust on Your Site

Each time a potential customer or client interacts with your site, you’ve got an opportunity to build a relationship with them. Like most relationships, the foundation will be built on–and revolve around–trust. But that’s not always easy to do. While … Read More

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