Chuck Suscheck — October 31, 2019 User stories are requirements described from the business perspective User stories are requirements, but not in the traditional sense. They are oriented toward the user and a business need. The big difference between a user story and other types of requirements is that a story describes a business need, … Continue reading User Stories Are Requirements Described From the Business Perspective
Aleah Taboclaon — October 29, 2019 Follow @aleahphils As a small business owner, you already know how important it is to have an online presence. With over 2.14 billion online shoppers expected to buy goods and services by the end of 2021, you can see why all of your effort should be on building your … Continue reading User Interface Design vs. User Experience: What’s the Difference?
Ashley Stevens — October 18, 2019 Websites exist to be used, not just to be looked at. While the Nielsen Norman Group points out that “users have a positive emotional response to your visual design, and that makes them more tolerant of minor usability issues on your site,” a website should still strive to be … Continue reading Reduce Distractions for Improved User Experience
Laura Magnuson — October 11, 2019 Have you ever been in the supermarket with a list of items that you need for a recipe or a weekly shopping trip—but you just can’t seem to find that one last item on your list? Frustration creeps in as you wander from aisle to aisle. You may give … Continue reading Is a Poorly Designed User Experience Crushing the ROI of Your B2B Website?
Mia Jacobs — October 1, 2019 It’s simple: engaged users are more likely to stick with your brand. But heightening user engagement to compel renewals year after year isn’t so simple. And if you’re struggling to raise engagement and retention rates through separate initiatives, you may have trouble raising either. User retention is when customers … Continue reading How are User Engagement and Retention Related?
John Gillespie — September 30, 2019 Follow @Agile_ity Does your firm exceed your customer’s expectations regularly? Is just meeting expectations good enough in your market? Businesses pursuing an improved ability to deliver customer value using Scrum face numerous challenges. Scrum’s focus is on producing a potentially releasable product increment after each Sprint (a Sprint is … Continue reading The Benefits of Integrating User Experience (UX) With Scrum
Therese Palmere — September 24, 2019 Why is user experience important? When users visit your website, their experience will dictate whether or not they will want to come back. Similar to how a dining experience can be swayed by a bubbly or a grumpy server, a user’s experience on your site can be swayed by … Continue reading 5 Ways to Improve User Experience and Create Brand Impact for Your Ecommerce Store
Sophia Zoria — September 23, 2019 — September 23, 2019 The creation of an e-Commerce website that will successfully fulfill all the functions is a complex and challenging task. Moreover, the experience must be so pleasant and comfortable so that a customer will develop a habit. More and more buyers prefer online shopping experience and … Continue reading Challenge 2019: How To Create The User Experience Design for an E-Commerce Website
Mia Jacobs — August 26, 2019 — August 26, 2019 Metrics are a means to an end. They are not a goal in and of themselves. Their importance lies in their ability to reveal the customer experience of the product or service so you can add value to that experience and maximize the growth of … Continue reading How to Measure User Adoption and Increase Your Rates
The new data management tool is a modified version of the “Clear History” tool Facebook said it would release more than a year ago. Amy Gesenhues on August 20, 2019 Facebook is rolling out an Off-Facebook Activity tool that allows users to see a summary of the apps and websites that have shared their user … Continue reading Facebook’s ‘Off-Facebook Activity Tool’ disconnects user ad targeting data from profiles, doesn’t delete it