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Form-Field Validation: The Errors-Only Approach | Smashing UX Design

Form-Field Validation: The Errors-Only Approach | Smashing UX Design | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
Error pages for form-field validation are dreadful. You’ve just filled out 20 form fields, yet you get the same bloated page thrown back in your face because a single field failed to validate.

 

This is a good article on form-field validation. The author starts with an example form and then walks the reader through alternate methods of validation and what each of them address, enhance, or 'fix'. The title refers to a model that displays only the fields that are in error to the user after submitting the form. My personal favorite it the last method which give the user text hints and feedback as they are filling out the form. Not a form expert yet? If Christian Holst keeps writing pieces like this we soon will be. And true to all the well written articles - the comments are as informative as the article so don't forget to pursue them as well.


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Why Product Thinking is the next big thing in UX Design

Why Product Thinking is the next big thing in UX Design | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
Life’s too short to build something nobody wants…
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This is an excellent piece about integrating holistic design thinking with thoughtful product design. Best quote in the whole piece - "Products become meaningful when the provided solution fits the uncovered problem."

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Romain MAZUIR's curator insight, July 15, 4:13 PM

Why Product Thinking is the next big thing in UX Design #H2MWP

Stephane Sommer's curator insight, August 7, 1:32 PM

This is an excellent piece about integrating holistic design thinking with thoughtful product design. Best quote in the whole piece - "Products become meaningful when the provided solution fits the uncovered problem."

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Introducing App Development Canvas in RealtimeBoard

Introducing App Development Canvas in RealtimeBoard | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
Use App Development Canvas in RealtimeBoard to work on your iOS, Android, Windows or Web application.

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Passionate employees deliver superior CX

Passionate employees deliver superior CX | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it

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Eric_Determined / Eric Silverstein's curator insight, August 27, 2:22 AM

What gives a company its unique identity, its own personality, its ‘secret sauce’ ? 

 

"Engaged employees are loyal and #loyalty, if correctly channeled, leads to increased productivity which, in turn, leads to a better #customer #experience and ultimately improved company performance."


Roddy shares his top 10 employee engagement areas:


1. Company culture

2. Listen to your employees

3. Tackle the issues

4. Communicate

5. Invest in your employees

6. Train and empower your employees to become loyal brand ambassadors

7. Collaboration

8. Work/Life balance

9. Share knowledge

10. And most importantly, say Thank You!


My success overseeing the U.S. operation of a global service company was directly linked to all team members.


What I see as one critical challenge at most companies I've since then consulted for: The lack of clear, ongoing  and open communication.


What are you seeing in your organization? or clients you have worked with?

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Transparency First — Cover Culture

Transparency First - Cover Culture - Medium
How We Designed Cover 2.0

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The Power of Product Design in Customer Experience

The Power of Product Design in Customer Experience | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
First impressions generally happen in less than 7 seconds. Design is key to the customer experience and can mean the difference in winning the customer.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Understanding UX Design

A Beginner’s Guide to Understanding UX Design | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
Thinking of working on your conversion optimization and landing page optimization? understanding UX design is essential for conversion optimization.

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4 Invisible User Experiences you never knew about

4 Invisible User Experiences you - Hackerpreneur magazine - Medium
Never Knew About

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The 5 Deadly Sins Against Customer-Centric Innovation

The 5 Deadly Sins Against Customer-Centric Innovation | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
It’s no surprise when I hear that many business leaders believe they are investing in innovation. The real surprise, perhaps,  is how those investments are not paying off. Traditional organizational culture has a tendency not only to create a sub par environment for customer-centric innovation, but to completely discourage innovative thinking altogether.Here are 5 ways your company may be destroying innovative ideas before they have a chance to be considered.1. Focusing too much on the productOn

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"Nobody loves your brand enough to stay with you when someone else is offering an experience that makes more sense for the way they are living right now."

 

Jeannie Walters highlights 5 key areas that will impair your brand's ability to adapt and innovate.

 

 

 

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Kurt Lohmann's curator insight, August 6, 6:45 PM

"Nobody loves your brand enough to stay with you when someone else is offering an experience that makes more sense for the way they are living right now."

 

Jeannie Walters highlights 5 key areas that will impair your brand's ability to adapt and innovate.

 

 

 

ERBRAINS MICROSOFT DYNAMICS's curator insight, August 7, 12:55 AM

"Nobody loves your brand enough to stay with you when someone else is offering an experience that makes more sense for the way they are living right now."

 

Jeannie Walters highlights 5 key areas that will impair your brand's ability to adapt and innovate.

 

 

 

Darcy Bevelacqua's curator insight, August 7, 5:33 PM

You can't offer the right experience every time-you must keep innovating. Most cultures make this difficult. REad the article to find out how your company may be working against innovation. 


 

 

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Strategy versus Design Thinking

Strategy versus Design Thinking | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
Underthinking is as just bad as Overthinking

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Mike Donahue's curator insight, August 3, 10:13 AM

The one key take away here the need for "strategic action." Well thought out article that looks at the strengths and weaknesses of both strategic vs design thinking and how to leverage the best of both. It's not a true this vs that article which I usually hate. It recommends when to use one or the other as well as ideas to combine aspects of each for maximum effect.

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The 7 Essentials of Customer Experience

The fundamental tenets of great customer experiences are comprised of these 7 essentials components. This presentation summarises a new model for measuring and…

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From this 2011 slide show, where do you stand on the essentials:

 

1. Predictable

2. Efficient

3. Convenient

4. Personality

5. Personal

6. Advocacy

7. Affirmation

 

CES (Customer Effort Score) outperforms NPS and Customer Satisfaction measures in predicting behavior, do you agree?

 

We certainly see today a key driver in providing frictionless experiences.

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Eric_Determined / Eric Silverstein's curator insight, July 24, 1:07 PM

From this 2011 slide show, where do you stand on the essentials:


1. Predictable

2. Efficient

3. Convenient

4. Personality

5. Personal

6. Advocacy

7. Affirmation


CES (Customer Effort Score) outperforms NPS and Customer Satisfaction measures in predicting behavior, do you agree?


We certainly see today a key driver in providing frictionless experiences.

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Internet of Things (IoT) Market Ecosystem Map

Internet of Things (IoT) Market Ecosystem Map | Expertiential Design | 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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Five app prototyping tools compared: Proto.io, Pixate, Origami, Framer & Form — Design + Sketch App

Five app prototyping tools compared: Proto.io, Pixate, Origami, Framer & Form - Design + Sketch App - Medium
The IF by IFTTT user onboarding recreated in five different high-fidelity prototyping tools

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7 things I’ve Learned About Lean Startup

7 things I’ve Learned About Lean Startup | Expertiential Design | 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 Key to Customer Engagement

The Key to Customer Engagement | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
How important is the customer experience map for today's #marketing teams? http://t.co/RahjTJP3vw @FLB_Research @Technology_Adv #CX

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Why does enterprise multi-channel digital experience remain so elusive?

Why does enterprise multi-channel digital experience remain so elusive? | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
The trends that drive digital transformation require the marketing department to become a key stakeholder, the same as the IT department, and the lines of business.

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Eyetracking: How to Watch Gap Between the Clicks (and Why)

Eyetracking: How to Watch Gap Between the Clicks (and Why) | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
We can track clicks and cursors but that doesn't tell us the whole story of what our users are actually interested in. Charles walks us through eyetracking.

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Performance is User Experience

Performance is User Experience | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
Page load time and how fast your site feels is a large part of the user experience and should be weighed equally with the aesthetics of your site.

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Why Care About Design?

Why Care About Design? | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
Why care about design? Even as a professional designer, I ask myself that sometimes. There are days when my work feels inconsequential. After I’ve spent an hour agonizing over a button’s pixel alignment, or vacillating between two indistinguishable shades of gray, I find myself wondering: will anyone even notice? On those days, I have to …

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- Beta version - Service Innovation Canvas

A Beta version of the Service Innovation Canvas.

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Ferramentas para modelagem de negócios, construção de novos serviços, etc.

Um rápido guia de muita inspiração para quem busca soluções inovadoras e práticas.

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Marketing in the Age of Micro-Moments

Marketing in the Age of Micro-Moments | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
Google argues that mobile has fractured or fragmented forever consumer behavior into dozens or hundreds of short, fleeting, intent-driven moments. Digitally enabled by smart phones, consumers search for information, learn about brands, buy products anytime or anywhere, wherever they have a “micro-moment” of time, often while doing something else.

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Do you agree there has been a fundamental behavior shift of how people find, consider and interact with brands?

 

Google argues that mobile has fractured or fragmented forever consumer behavior into dozens or hundreds of short, fleeting, intent-driven moments. Digitally enabled by smart phones, consumers search for information, learn about brands, buy products anytime or anywhere, wherever they have a “micro-moment” of time, often while doing something else.

 

Consumers behave ever more spontaneously, with short attention spans, and short bursts of actions. They make decisions instinctively and focus on solving a specific need at particular time and place. They shop in spare moments, they search while on the go, they buy on a break by picking up primarily the mobile phone.

 

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Commercial Business's curator insight, July 31, 7:32 PM

Do you agree there has been a fundamental behavior shift of how people find, consider and interact with brands?

 

Google argues that mobile has fractured or fragmented forever consumer behavior into dozens or hundreds of short, fleeting, intent-driven moments. Digitally enabled by smart phones, consumers search for information, learn about brands, buy products anytime or anywhere, wherever they have a “micro-moment” of time, often while doing something else.

 

Consumers behave ever more spontaneously, with short attention spans, and short bursts of actions. They make decisions instinctively and focus on solving a specific need at particular time and place. They shop in spare moments, they search while on the go, they buy on a break by picking up primarily the mobile phone.

 

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soundsaves's curator insight, August 2, 7:33 AM

Do you agree there has been a fundamental behavior shift of how people find, consider and interact with brands?

 

Google argues that mobile has fractured or fragmented forever consumer behavior into dozens or hundreds of short, fleeting, intent-driven moments. Digitally enabled by smart phones, consumers search for information, learn about brands, buy products anytime or anywhere, wherever they have a “micro-moment” of time, often while doing something else.

 

Consumers behave ever more spontaneously, with short attention spans, and short bursts of actions. They make decisions instinctively and focus on solving a specific need at particular time and place. They shop in spare moments, they search while on the go, they buy on a break by picking up primarily the mobile phone.

 

Share your views on Erich Joachimsthaler article

Marketing Leap's curator insight, August 9, 7:21 PM

'Micro-moments' was a huge topic at the Google masterclass in Brisbane last week. Consumers behave ever more spontaneously, with short attention spans, and short bursts of actions. They make decisions instinctively and focus on solving a specific need at particular time and place. How do see this impacting on your marketing efforts?