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UIE Article: ‘View Full Site’ Must Die

In this week’s article, I advocate for the death of the ‘View Full Site’ link at the bottom of mobile (M Dot) pages. Here’s an excerpt from the article We provide the escape hatch because the M Dot’s experience isn’t complete. The M Dot site can’t have what the users need, because we’ve intentionally crippled it. […]

UIE Article: In Defense of Lorem Ipsum

In this week’s article, we reprint an article by Karen McGrane where she argues you should use Lorem Ispum despite descent from some prominent figures in the UX community. Here’s an excerpt from the article I’m a word person, okay? I start with the content, and design around it. I often show draft copy in […]

The Three Reasons Why Your Visitors Don’t Convert

This week, we reprint an article from Laura Klein that addresses three reasons why your visitors don’t become your customers. Here’s an excerpt, Visitors fail to convert for one of three reasons: They don’t understand what you’re offering them. They don’t want what you’re offering them. They’re not willing to pay what you’re asking for what you’re offering them. […]

Get Real-World UX Strategies in This New Activity-Filled 1½-Day Workshop

Is your organization serious enough about design? Do your products and services need great user experiences to stay competitive? What’s your plan to counter the inevitable resistance to becoming a design-infused organization? Every minute of this 1½-day workshop is about you, your team, and your organization. You’ll evaluate dozens of UX strategy plays to identify the […]

Examine The Edges Of Interaction Design

Tuesday, April 19 Is Our Featured Talks Day New practices and techniques meet theory and expertise at the UX Immersion: Interactions conference in San Diego, CA April 18–20, 2016. Move beyond inspiration and immerse yourself. On Tuesday, April 19 have your mind expanded, as you explore the edges of what interaction design is all about with […]

Convince Your Boss

You know it’s worth coming to UX Immersion: Interactions, but does your boss? Use this information and cost summary to help you get the green light. Five Overall Benefits: Conquer chaos and confusion with simpler designs. Lead the team and stakeholders to dynamic collaboration. Overcome daunting requirements and functionality by tackling scale. Identify opportunities and […]

UXImmersion: Interactions – Get Exposed To The Newest Interaction Design Practices.

Interaction design has never been more important. New practices and techniques meet theory and expertise at the UX Immersion: Interactions conference in San Diego, CA, April 18–20, 2016. Move beyond inspiration and immerse yourself. Six industry leaders teach master-grade workshops on groundbreaking interaction design skills you won’t find anywhere else plus a keynote from me. […]

Stop the Feature-Checklist War with Your Products

Engaging in user research can tell you how your customers use your product but more importantly why they use it a particular way. If the users of your product are requesting what seems to be a simple fix, such as moving a button, perhaps there are greater underlying reasons. So rather than just accepting the request […]

Help Designers and Developers Learn to Understand Each Other

The notion of being a “designer who can code” has been a prevalent topic in recent years. One of the greatest benefits of using CSS is speaking the same language as your developers. Having this common language aids in creating a more collaborative feel to conversations with developers versus dictating to them what to do. Being […]

Your Boss is Talking About You

Setting: Ping! A high priority email comes in from your boss When: December, 2015 Hello there, What a difference you’ve made to our team. I’m super impressed with what you learned and brought back to us from the User Interface 20 Conference in Boston. It was just this past November and already you’ve put what […]