This Week’s Top 5 UX Articles

1# The Right Way to Ask Users For iOS Permissions Most businesses and app developers do not know how to approach their target customers. Taylor Hughes and Riz Sattar takes a look at various strategies that they can use to access get iOS permissions from users without harming their credibility. 2# How To Make Users Scroll Down Your Page Investing in a web design that generates enough traffic does not necessarily translate into sales. You need to put in places incentives to lure users to scroll down and lead the web pages. Kevin Woodberry provides gold worthy tips on how to do this effectively. 3# Apple’s Cardinal Sin- a More Complex User Experience (UX) Recently, Apple users have being complaining about the manner in which the application is functioning. Andrew White takes also experienced the same problem and shares his resentments. 4# The User Experience (UX) of Color Contrast in a Call-to-Action Ever wonder why Google mail app works? Have you ever looked at its User Experience? It’s so contextual and amazing. Ben Danel explains why this is one of the best apps that offers good user experience. 5# 7 Tips To Simplify The User Experience (Without Compromising Design) There is no doubt that users love web pages that are attractive and simple to navigate. Here is an article I wrote (Megan Wilson) how to simplify user experience without sacrificing design of your website.


Megan Wilson is user experience specialist & editor of UX Motel. She is also the Quality Assurance and UX Specialist at WalkMe Megan.w(at)