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3 GUI Testing Tools to Know

Advanced technologies are great for many different reasons including using gui testing tools to develop great products. The primary goal of various types of software applications and products is to make activities that people perform more efficient, effective and easier so that they can save time without experiencing a lot of confusion and unnecessary problems. […]

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This Week’s Best in User Experience

By: Megan @UXMotel Wilson This Week’s Best in UX looks at the importance of UX in brand experience, and at the changing role (and opinion) of UX design. 1. It’s not UX vs. UI, It’s UX & UI In this article by Chris Bank, he compares and contrasts web UI and UX, and explains why we […]

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The User Experience Checklist

By: Megan @UXMotel Wilson Endless To-Do Lists? Cross all your items off. Follow this all-encompassing user experience checklist, instead. A fine line separates a successful project from one that fails before it even leaves the starting gate. By using these painless five strategies, your future UX projects are sure to be the winning type, and users […]

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Defining Your Web Design Strategy

Having a good web design strategy will pay off for you and your organization. Whether the website is up and running or you’re composing a blueprint for the new site, having a a good web design strategy will help you ensure your website tells your story. The main reason you need one is because that’s how […]

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INFOGRAPHIC: How do Colors Affect Purchases?

By: Megan @UXMotel Wilson Sometimes it’s the simplest things that can make the biggest difference. One small factor in UX that can make a huge difference is color. In fact, 85% of shoppers rate colour as a primary reason for why they buy a product. It’s important to use the right colors to get the most […]

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Applying Lean UX Principle

The Lean UX principles to interaction are mainly designed for the current web-driven reality. The purpose of this book written by Jeff Gothelf teaches the reader valuable Lean UX tactics, principles and techniques to improve User Experience from the ground up. Additionally it gives the insights on how to experiment with various design ideas, validate […]

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This Week’s Best in User Experience

By: Megan @UXMotel Wilson This week’s best in UX helps you craft better and more “out of the box” UX, better define your role as a UX designer, and we even see some of the very best of Instagram’s new video ads. 1. Back to the Drawing Board to Reimagine the Document In this article by […]

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How to Guide Users Through Technically Complex Processes

Megan @UXMotel Wilson Creating a simple and easy user experience, while also providing the high level of complexity can be a real challenge. However, this doesn’t mean that you have to give up on delivering a great UX. Even when dealing with technically complex processes there are a variety of ways to help guide the […]

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Becoming a User Experience Expert

A user experience expert is a very important person considering that websites and web applications have become progressively more complex as the methodologies and technologies of our industry advance. It is important to note that what used to a one way static medium has significantly evolved into a very wealthy and interactive experience. However, the […]

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Video Tutorial: Fitts’s Law

By: Megan @UXMotel Wilson This tutorial, presented by lynda.com, focuses on Fitts’s Law, which states that it is “faster to hit larger targets closer to you than smaller targets further from you”. The video begins with examples to clarify the understanding of the law. For example, the brake pedal in cars are larger than the accelerator […]

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