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Blog Post. The Importance of UX in the banking industry

The Importance of UX in the banking industry

July 8, 2013

As people, we all care about money. It’s not unusual for a person to want to check his/her bank account at least once a week, and it’s self-explainable why. We live in a financially-driven world, and many things revolve around our account balance. Therefore, even if we like it or not, we’re constantly in need…

Blog Post. The Importance of User Interface Design For Employees

The Importance of User Interface Design For Employees

April 30, 2013

Many business owners and entrepreneurs are fully aware that without a proper website and easy-to-use applications, it is practically impossible to remain competitive in today’s day and age. A lot of importance is being placed on the need to compete with other businesses, so that consumers are encouraged to check out the firm’s website and/or…

Default Screen Resolutions Trends 2013

February 15, 2013

With the advancement of technology, laptops and desktop computers are seeing a great influx of power. Many people are finding they can fit more on to their screens than they ever imagined. Resolutions are a very sensitive topic in the technology and web-design worlds. They are a blessing for web-developers and Internet users because more…

6 Ways To Make Forms Less Painful For Users

May 11, 2012

When it comes to forms, many customers don’t like them and in some cases, that’s putting it mildly. Their reasons range from fear of being spammed to inability get the form to work to resenting the company’s attempt to start a relationship when all they want to do is click the ‘buy’ button and move…

3 Myths Web Designers Tell Themselves About Sophisticated Users

March 7, 2012

In his article The Myth of the Sophisticated User, Robert Hoekman Jr made it clear that “It doesn’t matter how savvy your users are, better design benefits everyone.” Designers use their expertise to create the user experience but what are myths and assumptions about savvy users they use when designing a site or application?

Why bother with Usability?

November 29, 2010

Due to enormous competition on the Web, usability is a vital surviving factor. If a website is difficult to use, people turn to your competitors. It’s that simple. Here are some other reasons why visitors leave: The homepage fails to communicate what you offer and what problem you solve They can’t easily navigate the website or…