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Product Manager’s Guide To UX Research

Product Manager’s Guide To UX Research | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
Want to do UX research for your product but don't have the proper knowledge? In this guide we'll show you how to plan and conduct UX research.
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UX Mapping Methods Compared: A Cheat Sheet

UX Mapping Methods Compared: A Cheat Sheet | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
Understand similarities and differences among empathy maps, customer journey maps, experience maps, and service blueprints.
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How to choose the right UX metrics for your product

How to choose the right UX metrics for your product | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
When designing for the web, you can analyze usage data for your product and compare different interfaces in A/B tests. This is sometimes called “data-driven design”, but I prefer to think of it as…
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UX Login, Register and Password: The Ultimate Design Guide | Design Excellent UX

UX Login, Register and Password: The Ultimate Design Guide | Design Excellent UX | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
A useful guide about UX of Login, Register and Password Recovery. This problem affects a lot the exit page rate and, of course, conversions.
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Multivariate Testing vs A/B Testing: Which Works Better?

Multivariate Testing vs A/B Testing: Which Works Better? | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
Sometimes it's hard to choose: multivariate testing vs A/B testing? We will show you through case studies how to find the right testing methods.
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Product Design Process: Four Steps To Build A Product People Will Love

Product Design Process: Four Steps To Build A Product People Will Love | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
Designers try to find the needs of the product’s target group and their solutions. Follow a four-step product design process to solve this mind-breaker.
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UX Competitive Analysis: Researching Your Competitors - Part One

UX Competitive Analysis: Researching Your Competitors - Part One | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
UX Competitive analysis is one of the valuable inputs that will help you in building your UX Strategy. It help you in building your UX Strategy.
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3 Useful UX Workshops to Get Your Team on the Same Page

3 Useful UX Workshops to Get Your Team on the Same Page | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
A UX workshop can help you to brainstorm together and align the team. In this article we show you how to do a UX workshop and share our tips and tricks.
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Cyberpsychology and UX: The Latest Research

Cyberpsychology and UX: The Latest Research | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
The latest research in cyberpsychology, part 1 - self determination theory.
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Chatbots: A Popped Balloon or a Working Solution?

Chatbots: A Popped Balloon or a Working Solution? | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
What will happen with chatbots? Is the biggest buzz of the last year has died already, did the balloon popped?
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The Ultimate Guide – Simplicity | UXMisfit.com

The Ultimate Guide – Simplicity | UXMisfit.com | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
There are lots of blog post around the web where the simplicity is presented as the fundamental element of good User Experience. Paradoxically it is much easier to build complex products full of hypothetically must-have features. True simplicity is hard to achieve, but there are some helpful techniques. Let's take a closer look and analyze the ways of achieving it. Remove unnecessary features This is the most obvious tip of all from this article. In the other hand, there is always a temptation to create all-in-one products. The common myth says that more options and features your solution will have, the more users will want to get it. However, truth is different. There is a very high possibility users will need only 20% of the features. The good research and ability to focus on the important subjects will help you achieve this type of simplicity.   Organize information False complexity of the solution is accidentally created by wrong information architecture. Divide content into
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How Bankrate uses prototyping: Q&A Director of UX Design

Kenny Chen talks interactive prototyping, Fintech UX and how Bankrate creates immersive experiences in an industry ripe for change
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Seven Things To Know Before Hiring A UX Team

Seven Things To Know Before Hiring A UX Team | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
A product owner or manager considering cooperation with a UX team needs to know some things about us UX folks. Check out how we think and work!
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Le nouveau Design Toolkit d'Airbnb

Le nouveau Design Toolkit d'Airbnb | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
L’équipe d’Airbnb Design s’est mis en tête d’aider les Designers d’Expérience et d’Interfaces. Leur objectif : nous ôter des biais qui peuvent exclure des personnes lors de nos conceptions. Afin de concevoir des interfaces beaucoup plus inclusives, mais également efficaces, l’équipe d’Airbnb Design a conçu le toolkit « Another Lens » composé de principes et d’exercices. Les 3 principes de design d’Another lens 1 – Balance You Bias Ce premier principe se concentre sur l’angle de vue sous lequel se place le designer, et le pousse à le considérer puis à l’appréhender. Mieux le connaître permet de prendre du recul, mais également penser à d’autres angles de vues possibles et applicables. 2 – Consider the opposite Il permet de se focaliser non pas sur les bénéfices du produit conçu mais des impacts négatifs que celui-ci pourrait avoir. Par exemple, Waze permet à des milliers de conducteurs d’éviter les bouchons, mais change complètement la vie dans certaines rues qui servent de contournement. 3 – Embrace a growth mindset C’est ce qu’un UX doit faire tous les jours, apprendre de ses erreurs. On ne fait jamais les choses de manière parfaite, mais on peut essayer de mesurer les impacts au delà de nos habitudes, pour …
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UX Maturity Model: A tool to improve collaboration with the UX team

UX Maturity Model: A tool to improve collaboration with the UX team | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
Our UX maturity model help companies understand their current state in UX design and set a framework for collaboration between UX and product teams.
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Interview évaluation experte avec Dr. Carine Lallemand – Capian

Interview évaluation experte avec Dr. Carine Lallemand – Capian | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
Capian est un outil d’aide à l’évaluation de l’utilisabilité. Capturez vos observations tout en naviguant, organisez-les et partagez votre rapport en ligne.
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Nine UX Research Methods Product People Should Know

Nine UX Research Methods Product People Should Know | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
The most useful UX research methods to find pain points, new feature or product ideas, and to test solutions. Know where to use them and their advantages.
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How Scrolling Can Make (Or Break) Your User Experience - Usability Geek

How Scrolling Can Make (Or Break) Your User Experience - Usability Geek | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
With appropriate visual cues and intuitive design, you can increase your visitor’s website time and use scrolling to turn prospects into customers.
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User Experience and Customer Experience what’s the Difference?

User Experience and Customer Experience what’s the Difference? | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
At first glance the two terms appear to be identical don’t they? Our users are our customers and thus they’re the same thing. Except, of course, they’re not. So what’s the difference?What is User Experience (UX)? Author/Copyright holder: A-dit-ya. Copyright terms and licence: CC BY 2.0 The user experience is product (or service) specific. It is the experience that a user (or customer) has when they interact with that product. We can measure the results of the user experience to some exten
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User Journey: How to Design Flows Instead of Standalone Screens

User Journey: How to Design Flows Instead of Standalone Screens | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
A user journey is a great tool to design the flows people go through in an app. See some real-life examples of user journeys and tips on how to design them.
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Defining user personas, user stories, scenarios & storyboards

Defining user personas, user stories, scenarios & storyboards | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
4 user research methods to help you create reliable and realistic representations of your target users and design accordingly
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UX Writing as a Superpower

UX Writing as a Superpower | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
UX Writing is one of the most essential skills of a UX Designer. It's a question whether you need a dedicated person to deal with it or not.
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User Journey Vs User Flow – Differences & Similarities

User Journey Vs User Flow – Differences & Similarities | Bibliothèque eXpérience Utilisateur | Scoop.it
What is the difference between User Journey & User Flow? How to create a user journey map? We will figure out these problems today within this article.
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How interactive prototypes can boost UI design feedback

Use interactive prototypes to get your most actionable UI design feedback yet
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