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The Greatest Secrets of UX Revealed!

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User Experience Designers Don’t Design User Experiences


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The art of designing engaging and meaningful user experiences for customer development.
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Brainstorming Is Dumb

Brainstorming Is Dumb | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
Studies show it produces fewer good ideas than when people think on their own. Thankfully, there's a better way to work in groups.
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4 Pillars Of Distinctive Customer Journeys

4 Pillars Of Distinctive Customer Journeys | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
New research reveals that focus, simplicity, “digital first,” and perceptions matter most.

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Eric_Determined / Eric Silverstein's curator insight, September 15, 3:37 AM

"Our research indicates that for every 10-percentage-point uptick in customer satisfaction, a company can increase revenues 2 percent to 3 percent.

 

Knowing what to do is the right place to start. But a company’s success in building out great customer journeys requires agile capabilities that excel at rapid iteration and testing and learning.2 Reacting to live feedback from real customers is often the difference between a good and a great customer experience."

 

@McKinsey shares a great example across the financial industry, but these 4 key pillars are applicable to many industries, would you agree?

Lee Sitch's curator insight, September 17, 11:00 AM

"Our research indicates that for every 10-percentage-point uptick in customer satisfaction, a company can increase revenues 2 percent to 3 percent.

 

Knowing what to do is the right place to start. But a company’s success in building out great customer journeys requires agile capabilities that excel at rapid iteration and testing and learning.2 Reacting to live feedback from real customers is often the difference between a good and a great customer experience."

 

@McKinsey shares a great example across the financial industry, but these 4 key pillars are applicable to many industries, would you agree?

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Key Strategies To Wow Your Customers With A Winning Customer Experience

Key Strategies To Wow Your Customers With A Winning Customer Experience | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it

Consumers are willing to pay more for highly personalized experiences, and for those companies who are delivering, research shows they typically grow at...


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Simplicity in Design: 4 Ways to Achieve Simplicity in Your Designs

Simplicity in Design: 4 Ways to Achieve Simplicity in Your Designs | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
Learn ways to achieve simplicity in your designs and recognize why certain designs are overly complex. Simplicity is evident in many of the widely-used products created by some of the most successful companies.
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How to apply a design thinking, HCD, UX or any creative process from scratch – Digital Experience Design

How to apply a design thinking, HCD, UX or any creative process from scratch – Digital Experience Design | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
This how-to article aims at providing designers, creative thinkers or even project managers with a tool to set up, frame, organise…

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The CEO guide to customer experience

The CEO guide to customer experience | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
Companies that create exceptional customer experiences can set themselves apart from their competitors.

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The New Rules of Form Design | UX Booth

We've all heard that when it comes to form user experience, shorter is better. But this guideline fails to account for other factors such as which fields are used, how they’re designed, and how engaging the form experience is. That's why Mike Madaio is here to show us the new rules of form design.

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The Lost Art of Thinking in Large Organizations

The Lost Art of Thinking in Large Organizations | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it

Many executives in big companies attained their positions by excelling at getting things done. Unfortunately, a bias for doing rather than thinking can leave these executives ill-equipped for their new roles.

 


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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, August 26, 7:26 AM

A company becomes big by finding a successful business model — and then scaling it massively. This necessitates building a finely tuned system with highly standardized processes. To get promoted in such an environment requires an almost singular focus on execution. In other words, it requires action more than thinking. However, once executives are promoted to a senior level, these new business leaders must be able to think strategically. Ironically, the very skills in execution that led to their promotions often make these executives ill-equipped for their new roles, since their strategy thinking muscles have withered from disuse.

 

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Building a User Experience Culture

Building a User Experience Culture | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
A practical playbook on placing the user experience at the heart of your business.

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Visualizing the 4 Essentials of Design Thinking — Good Design — Medium

Visualizing the 4 Essentials of Design Thinking — Good Design — Medium | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
A couple of days ago, I was looking for a visual illustration of Design Thinking to share with my colleagues and clients. Thousands of…

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David Ednie's curator insight, August 15, 7:33 AM

Always use Divergent Thinking before Convergent Thinking

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Nicely done synthesis of the four conceptual models.
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Nine Nasty UX Truths — Radical UX

Nine Nasty UX Truths - Radical UX - Medium
There’s much to learn on the internet about UX theory, but the tips below are 100% the result of hard-earned experience… a.k.a. painful…
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Designing Inward • Cap Watkins

A little over a year into my job at Etsy, we had made a lot of changes to the design team and how we operated. We’d hired a bunch of amazing product designers. We had weekly, round-robin design critiques with the entire team and had instituted... | Cap Watkins | VP of Design at BuzzFeed. Formerly at Etsy, Amazon, Formspring and Zoosk. Draws pretty pictures on the Internet all day.
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The Secret UX Issues That Will Make (Or Break) Self-Driving Cars

The Secret UX Issues That Will Make (Or Break) Self-Driving Cars | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
In an unassuming research lab, Volkswagen is solving problems that Tesla and Google haven't come close to cracking.
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Minimize the Need for Customer Service to Improve the Omnichannel UX

Contacting customer service often reflects on UX. To reduce such failures, understand the customer journey and support it through UI design.

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The golden mean of design and engineering

There was a time when I viewed designers with the same scepticism as I viewed homeopathy. When I picture

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Keeping pace with the digital revolution

Keeping pace with the digital revolution | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
We lack the engineers with the necessary skills to stay in step with the opportunities and demands of the digital revolution, says the chief executive of EngineeringUK.
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5 Design Jobs That Won't Exist In The Future

5 Design Jobs That Won't Exist In The Future | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
And seven jobs that will grow, according to design leaders at Frog, Ideo, Artefact, Teague, and more.

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Think Less. Design Better. – Medium

Think Less. Design Better. – Medium | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
Promoting better workflow in UI design through manageable decision-making and thought process.

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CRM gets smart with artificial intelligence technologies

CRM gets smart with artificial intelligence technologies | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
Cloud CRM systems overcame security concerns to pave the way for artificial intelligence technologies to optimize big data.
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Searchers and Browsers: the Personality Types of UX

Searchers and Browsers: the Personality Types of UX | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
When it comes to navigating a website by browsing (menus) or searching (search bar), it turns out that the two strategies are not created equal. Staff Writer Tucker FitzGerald explains why not.

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Human Centered Design & The 6 Fundamental Principles of Interaction Between Products and Users

Human Centered Design & The 6 Fundamental Principles of Interaction Between Products and Users | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
Design is all around us. To some, design is present in the beauty of things, to others, in its ability to function flawlessly or solve a…

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Designing news products with empathy: How to plan for individual users’ needs and stresses

Designing news products with empathy: How to plan for individual users’ needs and stresses | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
"Identifying stress cases helps us see the spectrum of varied and imperfect ways humans encounter our products, especially taking into consideration moments of stress, anxiety, and urgency."

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Mindsets, Tools and Terminology of Experience Design

Mindsets, Tools and Terminology of Experience Design | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
There is even “experience design,” which is surely the most imperial, most gaseous, most spectral form of design yet invented. Experience…

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John Pelham Black's curator insight, September 5, 9:21 PM
The most broad category of design. 
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Design Is Mainly About Empathy — Track Changes

Design Is Mainly About Empathy — Track Changes | Expertiential Design | Scoop.it
It’s really interesting when a professional tries to explain their complex work to a layperson. Here’s a good example — watch theoretical…
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