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User Experience?

It was a class targeting desktop developers, aimed at getting us to develop with the iPhone user experience in mind

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It’s all about the Experience… Duh

This idea that the experience is everything really came home to me with a quote from Guy Kawasaki at this week’s AIIM 2014 Conference: “Endure by enabling your audience to share & use your product their way

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Building an effective capture solution – Part 1 of 3 (User Experience/Device/Interface)

In other words, think of real world scenarios and carefully consider the user experience of capturing information. The ultimate success, or failure, of the entire system can depend on whether users themselves feel comfortable with the capture experience. If the experience is not easy, available at all times or effective then regardless of how fancy the back-end technology is, they will surely resist

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Improving Engagement Through Mobility

Consistent User Experience. This is the key to end user adoption -- ensuring that the mobile experience is an extension of the primary system experience, not an entirely new experience

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Portals - Good to Great using Qualitative Analytics

The local population generally chooses to eat somewhere else with better food, for a better experience

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The End of Great Mobile

Remember when the web was an awful user experience compared to just about the only thing the web ran on, i.e. a fully capable computer...The novelty of the web was pervasive, but the experience was lacking

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Test Test Test & Convert your leads!

Providing a complete experience to the customers during their online journey (e-commerce/non e-commerce) is thus, the main prerogative of a marketer

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The Form v Function Ratio

I didn’t always believe this, but in today’s high-speed world of technology, you simply cannot get away with offering a version 1.0 of something that offers utility with the promise of a nice user experience in the future

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Everything I needed to know about information collection for decision-making I learned while filing college applications

But it's abundantly clear that the people charged with applying those technologies have done almost everything they can to negate that potential and create what we in the biz would call a very poor user experience

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Wow – That was Easy

User experience doesn’t always depend upon big initiatives that require moving Heaven and Earth...That’s what a good user experience is all about

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