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Creating Social Experiences that Customers Care...
It seems as though users respond to digital social experiences that make them feel something.
The Pursuit of Tappiness
Tablets are taking over, so make sure your site is happy to the touch.
The Top 5 Website UX Trends of 2012
A look at some of the best user experience developments on the web this year.
Terms and Conditions: A Snapshot of Confusion
Terms and conditions should be clear enough that users know, among other things, who their ham sandwich photos belong to.
Investigating Cross-Channel Consistency
When designing for cross-channel experiences, it's helpful to examine the realm and nature of consistency.
Treat Your Users Like Children
UX design brings with it some of the same rewards and challenges that come with being a parent.
Tinkering in the Model Shop
UX practitioners can learn valuable skills for complex projects from scientific models—which often take cues from user experience design.
The Flâneur Approach to User Experience Design
We can learn a lot about good UX when we slow down, wander aimlessly, and observe the world around us.
The Power of Value Stream Maps
Mapping the path of a customer's experience shows where improvements can be made.
On the First Day of December, UXmas Gave to us...
Useful and timely surprises await in the UXmas advent calendar.
UX Magazine Staff
Five Signs of an Advanced E-Commerce Site
There are certain user-centric features that put some retail sites ahead of the rest.
Forms are a Conversation
When designing forms, think about your queries in the form of a conversation.
Improving Hiring for User Experience
When hiring for UX, it takes a strategic and nuanced approach to figure out just who and what you are looking for.
Review: The Mobile Book - Smashing Magazine
The Mobile Book, from the folks at Smashing Magazine, harnesses the chaos of the fastest growing sector in UX.
POP UX! Scrabble Teaches Restraint
In both design and the strategy its gameplay requires, Scrabble teaches us the value of restraint.
Research Where Your Channels Cross
Solid UX requires understanding the relationships customers have with your different points of access.
From User Experience To Customer Experience
In the age of the customer, finding common ground between CX and UX benefits everyone.
Practicing What We Preach
The sky is the limit when you infuse every aspect of your organization with empathy.
Content Sharing and Social Networking Buttons
Social networking buttons are designed to get users sharing content, but do they work?
Listen to Your Stakeholders
Keeping quiet and paying close attention are stealth methods for initiating successful research with stakeholders
Taking the “Con” out of Conflict
Strategies for dealing with conflict creatively and constructively, so you can design in peace.
Talking to Machines and Being Heard
There are many factors to consider when designing speech recognition applications.
Designing with Stakeholders? Accelerating the...
Sometimes the best way to work with stakeholders is through a collaborative and creative approach that fosters co-creation.
Review: Asana—Breaking Open the Cage
Despite some confusing and often counter-intuitive task navigation, Asana has freed users from the typlical constraints of project management software.
Jason Gerard Clauss