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Redesigning Interface for Better UX

If the layout of your website or app seems to be good but you’re still experiencing high abandon rates, then it may be time to look at your user interface. Having a confusing UI can confuse users and dissuade them from exploring your website. At first glance, it may seem like your UI design is okay but you have to understand that it goes beyond just how it looks. Here are some ideas for redesigning your UI as part of your UX design goals. Idea #1: Make Clarity the Main Goal Think about how the user sees the interface. Does it make sense to the user as much as it makes sense to you? To be effective with your interface, users must recognize how it works, get value out of it, and understand what it’s doing for them. If they can quickly grasp these ideas, they’ll get gratification from using […]

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1 year, 11 months ago
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Optimizing UX Through Microinteraction

They say design is in the details, and nowhere does this adage hold true more than in the process of crafting an interface. Embarking on the massive undertaking of designing, building and delivering what is essentially, in todays digital world – a brand’s calling card – can be a daunting task. Even a site redesign can be a lengthy engagement requiring multiple stakeholders and levels of interaction through the project’s lifecycle. Even for the best of designers, developers and project managers – details can get lost  – but is it is within these details that the heart of the optimal user experience resides and it is an essential task to ensure they are not missed. Connecting The Details To create the best possible UX, a visitor to a site must be able to easily accomplish a desired task. It is here where the ‘details’ come into play, but what we don’t normally think […]

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2 years, 3 months ago
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The Intuitive Interface

Consistency and predictability go a long way when establishing a positive brand association, and that concept applies fully to user interface design. They may not be aware of it, but users who have become familiar with specific elements in design behave in a certain way; depending on the intended result, designers must be vigilant to optimize their interface for user satisfaction. Ensuring that a web interface is easy to use and intuitive for visitors is key – elements like a search field make your website smoothly navigable and organized. It allows users to enter a keyword or query and submit it to the index, promptly receiving the most useful and relevant results. Most websites place their search bar near the top of the page; by following that “template,” the user experience is simplified and quickened (no time is wasted on a hunt for a simple tool). Even items as seemingly […]

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2 years, 3 months ago
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The User Focused Ecommerce Strategy

Online sales worldwide have reached an all time high in the trillions and it’s clear that the majority of consumers do much of their shopping, if not all, online. This trend is only on the upswing, and with that, technological developments must keep up to meet the demand. For any business, whether brick and mortar or solely web based, ecommerce is the name of the proverbial game. In a traditional face-to-face commerce setting, the saying goes ‘the customer is always right’ (albeit, at times begrudgingly), and large retailers as well as single store owners adopted a high-level customer service atmosphere. Similarly, in a web based purchasing context, user experience has taken precedence and customers reign supreme. In an ecommerce environment, the stakes are that much higher. Consumers are keenly aware of pricing, they are highly informed about any given product and there is still the hangup for some that they can’t see the […]

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2 years, 4 months ago