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Cognitive psychology for UX: 7 Gestalt principles of visual perception

The human brain is wired to see structure, logic, and patterns. It helps us make sense of the world. For example, what do you see when you look at this image? If you’re like most people, you probably see a triangle. But in reality, what’s really there are three white “pac men.” We see the triangle because our brains take the ambiguous visual information and organize it into something that makes sense to us—something familiar, orderly, symmetrical, and that we understand.  When this cognitive process kicks in, our minds make a leap from comprehending all of the elements as individual and

Source - Read More: www.usertesting.com

 
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8 Guidelines for Exceptional Web Design, Usability, and User Experience

When it comes to designing or re-designing a website, it can be easy to get hung up on the aesthetics. “That shade of blue just doesn’t look right …. Wouldn’t it be cool to have the logo on the right side of the screen? …. How about we put a giant animated GIF in the middle of the page?”

However, if you’re truly trying to accomplish something with your website (e.g., brand awareness, lead generation, etc.), you’ll need to focus on more than just how your website looks.

In a world where folks have more than a billion websites they can potentially land on, you need to make sure your website’s design is optimized for usability (how easy your website is to use) and user experience (how enjoyable interacting with your website is for actual users).

Now, you could spend years studying the ins and outs of usability and UX, but for the sake of giving you a jumping off point, we’ve put together the following list of helpful guidelines to apply to your next web design project.

8 Website Design Guidelines for an Exceptional User Experience

Source - Read More: blog.hubspot.com

 
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15 startling digital marketing statistics from this week

If you’re interested in social commerce, digital transformation, PPC, ecommerce conversion rates, print ad spend, travel UX, telco UX, programmatic, payments, insurance UX, Euro 2016 and fashion ecommerce… *pause for breath* then you’re in luck. Source - Read More: econsultancy.com

 
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8 ways to optimize your site for mobile

When the world shifted from desktop computers to mobile devices, designers became even more focused on UX. Although the user interface plays an important role in creating mobile-friendly designs, the user experience has now become equally important, especially since we now have more devices to focus on and user experience differs with the type of

 
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The State Of Airline Websites 2015: Lessons Learned #websitedesign

With this article, we start exploring various industries and study the current state of front-end, UX and performance of relatively complex websites. First up are airline websites. Source - Read More: www.smashingmagazine.com

 
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