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The 8 most annoying web design trends

Posted by Emily Malone on 28-Feb-2017 13:58:01

Sometimes we get carried away with making our websites look cool. But choosing style over substance is a risk when it comes to user experience (UX). So at the risk of sounding a bit cynical, we’ve decided to write about the most annoying web design trends of 2017.

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Topics: UX, web design, Growth-driven website design

The science behind today's native ads

Posted by Emily Malone on 22-Nov-2016 16:45:00

From clay tablets, to manuscripts, to books, and now to the mobile feed. Our brains haven’t changed in 50,000 years, but the way we're drawn to and consume content has.

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Topics: UX, Native advertising

How to create your UX persona mappings

Posted by Emily Malone on 15-Aug-2016 12:00:00

 

Before you spend loads of cash on building a website, first you need to have a think about UX persona mapping.  The more in-depth you go when mapping for your personas, the easier it'll be to communicate with your customers throughout their entire journey, and ultimately turn more qualified site visitors into leads and customers. 

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Topics: UX, buyer personas

The psychology of a damn good user experience (UX)

Posted by Emily Malone on 09-May-2016 12:00:00

There are some principles of design that are deeply rooted in human psychology. Invision like to call these ‘phantom guides’. These are what drive our subconscious and attention to the precise point where the designer wants it to be. And a lot of the time we don't even notice.

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Topics: UX, web design, Psychology

The 'Instagram Algorithm Apocalypse' is upon us

Posted by Emily Malone on 29-Mar-2016 12:00:00

The Facebook owned number one photo sharing app will now show you photos it reckons you want to see first, rather than chronologically. Hm, that's not very instant is it, Instagram?

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Topics: UX, Social media marketing

How user experience has changed how we invest in products

Posted by Curtis Longland on 26-Feb-2016 13:00:00

Technology is what people invest in, isn’t it? The latest in advancements in technology, like the Apple Watch, Netflix (although not that recent) and others have us dying to invest in material assets.

But is that what we’re really investing in?

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Topics: UX

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