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The Devastating Effects of a Weak UX Research and User Testing Process

Stumble Upon Social Media Traffic via Mashable

Stumble Upon Social Media Traffic via Mashable

Once upon a time in a galaxy far far away, StumbleUpon was awesome, it actually drove more traffic than Facebook. Then their UX process failed somewhere. The graph above was featured from a study carried out in the first three weeks of August 2011. It showed StumbleUpon drove more than 50% of social media referral traffic, while Facebook had almost 39% and Youtube, Twitter, Reddit and others had less than 4% each. Driving more traffic than Facebook? Nobody could argue against its throne of awesomeness. (more…)

Beautiful Examples of Colorful Websites from Tripwire Magazine

Beautiful Examples of Colorful Websites from Tripwire Magazine

Beautiful Examples of Colorful Websites from Tripwire Magazine

Users often quickly judge the quality of a person, group, product or company by their first visual impressions of the website. The importance of an aesthetically pleasing website can not be underestimated. Thus I present this inspirational collection of colorful websites from tripwire magazine.

Genius Product Design Ideas

Everyone appreciates the fruits of clever product design, where the structure and function is effective and efficient to a biological standard. If that harmony achieves a balanced design, you attain sheer joy! Here are a few of my must have design inventions from A List of Genius Ideas and 34 Cleverly Designed Inventions.

Genius mop home slippers!

Genius mop home slippers!

Life station

Life station

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UX Field Studies: The Best Tool to Discover User Needs

One of the key approaches of understanding what users want, need and use, and being able to tell the difference. User research is a key element of user experience. Read more in the article, Field Studies: The Best Tool to Discover User Needs, where Jared Spoon explains how the more you know your users, the easier designing ‘easy’ becomes.

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