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User Experience Is More Than Design—It’s Strategy

User Experience Is More Than Design—It’s Strategy | HCI | Scoop.it

User Experience is not just about design. It is about the strategic understanding of users and their behavior.

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Infographic: Reaping the rewards of a personalized user experience | SMI

Infographic: Reaping the rewards of a personalized user experience | SMI | HCI | Scoop.it

One-size-fits-all websites are out, personalized online user experiences are in. This statement is consistently backed up by research involving social login and data privacy; 75% of users want a web experience tailored to them, and 56% are happy to share their personal details in order to get that experience. 


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Tyler Borosavage's curator insight, July 23, 2013 10:00 AM

75% of consumers prefer that retailers use personal information to improve the shopping experience. 

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The Evolution Of The Web [Interactive Infographic]

The Evolution Of The Web [Interactive Infographic] | HCI | Scoop.it
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infographics get interactive

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UXD v. Analytics - #ias13 Baltimore

**This version of our presentation is for The Information Architecture Summit, Apr 7 2013 in Baltimore** Chris and Farris expose the differences between how us
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Flat design threatens tablet usability - .net magazine

Flat design threatens tablet usability - .net magazine | HCI | Scoop.it
Flat design threatens tablet usability .net magazine Nielsen said flat design is the main threat to usability as it makes it difficult for users to “see what they can do”, calling for a “golden middle ground between skeuomorphism and a dearth of...
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the battle continues

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