User Behavior

The Top 5 Usability Myths

When it comes to technology, there are various guidelines that are essential for good user experience. This includes accessibility, user interface, information architectures and usability. UX design is the ultimate human vs. computer interaction where certain methods and techniques are employed to produce a desired, predictable and well executed result. Accessibility, user interface, information architectures…

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July 30, 2013

The HEART of Your Users' Experience

When deploying a web application on a large scale, it is important to gauge the level of user experience that users get when using the system. For a long time, PULSE has been used to measure the quality of the user experience and provide data. However, it has had some shortcomings and this led to…

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May 24, 2013

Redesigning A Revolutionary School App

We’ve had the great pleasure in working with LiveSchool. LiveSchool is an app for schools and teachers that truly revolutionizes the way that classes are managed. Imagine being in grade school, and having your school performance monitored and tracked? Everything from how many times a student raised their hand, how long they’ve been on a…

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May 16, 2013

The Importance of User Interface Design For Employees

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…

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April 30, 2013

5 User Interface Design Features That Need To Stop

When designing a user interface, it is important to create a good end user experience. In fact, some features that are popular can be a real annoyance to your visitors. In this article, we will cover 5 user interface design features that are commonly seen online that provide a horrible user experience. 1. CAPTCHA As…

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April 25, 2013

Default Screen Resolutions Trends 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…

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February 15, 2013

Adaptive Design: What It Isn’t And What It Can Be

Adaptive design has sometimes been (mis)understood by designers to mean adding some features to a website or application that will allow users to customize the interface to suit their needs.  However, in order for the concept of inclusive adaptive design to really work, we need to understand more about what it isn’t.

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April 27, 2012

What's important for Homepage?

Users spend very little time on Homepage. If the user is experienced, it can be as little as 25 seconds. What do you need to show them in this short period of time? Obviously, users don’t read long paragraphs of text. Most of those precious seconds are spent on figuring out where to go next….

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September 22, 2011