Stop Misusing Toggle Switches

From UX Movement https://ift.tt/2YOEUuM There are times to use toggle switches and times not to. When designers misuse them, it leads to confused and frustrated users. If you want to know when you should use them, it’s important to understand the different types of toggle states and options. Contextual States Vs. System States It’s easy … Continue reading Stop Misusing Toggle Switches

A Guide to User Research Analysis

From UX Booth: http://tracking.feedpress.it/link/7644/12638994 When designers perform user interviews, field observations, or usability tests, they gather tons of notes and data to help inform design decisions and recommendations. But how do they make sense of so much qualitative data? Talking to customers is great, but most people walk away feeling overwhelmed by the sense of … Continue reading A Guide to User Research Analysis

Why Toggle Buttons Are Confusing

From UX Movement https://ift.tt/2NPB1Sn There’s no better way for changing states on an app than to use toggle buttons. A state change occurs at the press of a button. They save space by presenting two or more options in a single control. But when they’re confusing to use, they’re the worst. Inverted Vs. Direct Color … Continue reading Why Toggle Buttons Are Confusing

The Optimal Placement of Mobile Call to Action Buttons

From UX Movement http://bit.ly/2INF1yh Did you know that button placement affects how fast users complete their task? Placing your call to action buttons where users expect to find them leads to faster task completion. When users get more done in less time, they’re more satisfied. Here’s a comprehensive analysis of all the button placements you … Continue reading The Optimal Placement of Mobile Call to Action Buttons

Effective Lifecycle Email Marketing in 2019 (Strategies + Examples)

From Noupe: https://www.noupe.com/business-online/effective-lifecycle-email-marketing-in-2019-strategies-examples.html Is your email marketing campaign effective? Even if you’ve had success with email marketing in the past, your strategy might no longer be effective in 2019. We all know that email is evolving. This year, there’s expected to be over 5.6 billion email accounts. That’s almost the entire human population on Earth.  … Continue reading Effective Lifecycle Email Marketing in 2019 (Strategies + Examples)

4 things our editors are reading this week to be better designers

From UX Booth: http://tracking.feedpress.it/link/7644/12236011 Each week when my co-editor Jess and I meet, we not only talk about upcoming UX Booth articles, but also great articles from other publications that teach, inspire, or otherwise make us better UX practitioners and editors. Here are a few of our recent favorites. When a designer is taking care … Continue reading 4 things our editors are reading this week to be better designers

Synthesizing usability test results

From Flow: https://filippodt.blog/2019/06/27/synthesizing-usability-test-results/ This week we got another usability study in the books by testing the most recent iteration of our signup and onboarding flow. Thanks to some help from our design operations team I was able to pull it off without a hitch. All I had to do was fill in a request, slightly … Continue reading Synthesizing usability test results

The biggest design mistakes you can do to your E-Commerce store

From Noupe: https://www.noupe.com/design/the-biggest-design-mistakes-you-can-do-to-your-e-commerce-store.html Do you remember the “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” scene where Holly Golightly was standing in awe in front of Tiffany’s window? While Tiffany & Co., without a doubt, is an established and recognized brand, it still has to take care of its showcase decoration so the product display corresponds to the brand image. … Continue reading The biggest design mistakes you can do to your E-Commerce store

Automate Your User Research with Qualaroo

From UX Movement http://bit.ly/2WRz3oF Every company knows how important user research is for designing great products. But the biggest problem that keeps them from doing user research is the lack of time. What if you could automate your user research with no effort? With Qualaroo, you can get instant insight from using your own visitors. … Continue reading Automate Your User Research with Qualaroo