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Designing Great Feedback Loops

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This article discusses how to influence behavior by designing well-crafted feedback loops.
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Internet of Things (IoT) Market Ecosystem Map

Internet of Things (IoT) Market Ecosystem Map | UXploration | Scoop.it
I wanted to gain a better understanding of the Internet of Things market and how all of the different players fit togeth…
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Introducing App Development Canvas in RealtimeBoard

Introducing App Development Canvas in RealtimeBoard | UXploration | Scoop.it
Use App Development Canvas in RealtimeBoard to work on your iOS, Android, Windows or Web application.
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A Brief History of Infographics and Data Visualization

A Brief History of Infographics and Data Visualization | UXploration | Scoop.it
Infographics are, simply put, visual representations of data. They serve the purpose of clarifying and communicating complex ideas through a widely accessible
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7 things I’ve Learned About Lean Startup

7 things I’ve Learned About Lean Startup | UXploration | Scoop.it
I’m an early adopter of Lean Startup. Ever since Eric Ries starting writing about his thoughts on the Startup Lessons Le…
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The importance of evidence-based design

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Dr Dan Jenkins leads the human factors and research team at DCA Design International, working on a range of projects in domains including medical, transport, consumer goods and industrial products. Lisa Baker is a Chartered Ergonomist of the CIEHF and senior human factors researcher at DCA Design International. Here, in advance of an interactive workshop they will present at Design Council, they discuss the necessity of designing from a strong evidence base.
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Mapping new ideas for the digital justice system

Mapping new ideas for the digital justice system | UXploration | Scoop.it
The Government Digital Service (GDS) is leading the digital transformation of the UK government.
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The Customer Experience Is Everyone’s Business

The Customer Experience Is Everyone’s Business | UXploration | Scoop.it
Smart brands know that everyone owns the customer experience. Columnist Katy Keim discusses the steps to becoming a truly customer-focused brand.
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Progressive design for the modern web

Progressive design for the modern web | UXploration | Scoop.it
Good responsive web design, by its nature, goes unnoticed to those consuming content online. So when someone asks for a new website, they’re often completely
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Managing 'Stakeholder Interaction' For Better Business Strategy

Managing 'Stakeholder Interaction' For Better Business Strategy | UXploration | Scoop.it
The timing is certainly ripe for it.
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Are Users The New Designers?

Are Users The New Designers? | UXploration | Scoop.it
In 2010, James Bridle discovered that his Apple iPhone was collecting and storing his location data. The experience brought him to the realization that as a user, his actions were actually helping to design the experience he had. This week, author Paul Blackburn shows how the roles of user and designer will become more intertwined, as IoT technology becomes commonplace in our daily lives.
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Emotional Intelligence in Design — Facebook Design

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How Design Grows Up
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Unfolding The Customer Journey

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While unfolding the customer journey is an art by itself, there are a couple of things you can do to engage with your customers and drive traffic to your online store.
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The Cognitively Biased Designer

The Cognitively Biased Designer | UXploration | Scoop.it
As a product designer you constantly have to make decisions about the product. Those decisions can be based on data, fee…
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An architect’s approach to UX journeys

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In both architectural design and UX design, the hypothesis is that a user has an end goal in mind. For both the architect and the UX designer, their job is to d
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The New Era of SEO: Optimize for People Before Searchbots

The New Era of SEO: Optimize for People Before Searchbots | UXploration | Scoop.it
Dating back to when the first mainstream consumer search engines became available in the mid-nineties, digital marketers have desired to see their business
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How The Coca-Cola Company used service design to take a human-centred approach to HR

How The Coca-Cola Company used service design to take a human-centred approach to HR | UXploration | Scoop.it
At Coca-Cola Global Business Services, GBS for short, we provide Finance, procurement, HR and IT services to the more than 700,000 Coca-Cola employees around the world. And just like any other service provider, we see delivering a great service experience as a vital aspect of what we do.
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Design-Led Companies Work, But Not Without Designers

Design-Led Companies Work, But Not Without Designers | UXploration | Scoop.it
If “design-led” is the gospel in the Valley these days, it isn’t one that’s preached with much consensus. While many recognize it as a critical competitive advantage in this age of nearly instantaneous product parity, how design and designers should be integrated into a business remains a decidedly foggy issue. Design ends up looking a…
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