Providing greater customer satisfaction is the key to determining success in today’s competitive web world. And today, UX (User Experience) plays a significant role in maximizing customer satisfaction. According to Econsultancy reports, “UX improves customer satisfaction by 75 percent.”
Needless to say, higher customer satisfaction helps in improving customer retention rate and sales. UX is usually associated with the process of website designing and developing – that is vital to the sale of your product(s). However, building something with user experience in mind isn’t easy. There are many things that you need to consider for creating a winning UX Design.
Let’s look at some of the most important factors that you should keep in mind when working on a UX design project: Continue reading
It often happens that for the urge of creating something exceptionally great, we create in a rather complicated design. We (designers) usually consider the patterns and trends while designing and compromise on the usability of the design.
It is advisable to stop and analyze the value that your efforts will add to your design to ensure a flawless ride for your application users. A successful application boasts an appealing and highly usable design, and leaving any of them behind will hamper the success of your application. The ultimate key to ensuring a harmony between an impressive design and its value is to avoid the common UX design blunders.
In this article, I have enlisted some crucial UX design blunders, which are required to be handled cautiously. By taking care of these points, you can improve the usability of your application while implementing latest design trends. Let’s explore the list of common and critical UX design mistakes. Continue reading
If you want to start an argument, just throw out a question about the differences between tactics, strategy and goals during a discussion on project management. Just be sure to have some aspirin on hand, for there is sure to be plenty of headaches before it’s over.
A new addition to the list of topics that elicit never-ending debate concerns the boundaries between UI (user interface) and UX (user experience). Website designers often possess excellent artistic talents, but fall short on (or even dislike the idea of) marketing and sales. However, both UI and UX are critical to your bottom line. Luckily, there are apps that can help. Continue reading