UX Design in Austin, Houston, Dallas, San Antonio
UX Design in Austin, Houston, Dallas, San Antonio
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Designing An Attractive And Usable Data Importer For Your App

If you’ve ever tried to import data into an app before, you know, as a user, how varied the experience can be. In some cases, the user is overwhelmed with instructions on how to use the importer. In others, there’s no direction at all. And while that might look nicer than an importer overrun with directions and links to documentation on how to use it, a completely useless UI will...

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Best Practices For E-Commerce UI Design

When you envision shoppers moving through the e-commerce sites you build, you more or less expect them to follow this journey: Step 1: Enter on the homepage or a category page. Step 2: Use the navigational elements to orient themselves to the store and zero in on the specific things they’re looking for. Step 3: Review the descriptions and other pertinent purchase details for the products that pique their interest....

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What Can Web Designers Do With Their Unused Designs?

I was working on redesigning my website the other day and was having a hard time deleting sections and pages I knew were unnecessary and keeping prospects from getting to the important stuff. It’s similar to the struggle I have whenever a client (design or writing) decides not to use something I’ve created for them. I’m not a hoarder by any means, but when it comes to things I’ve taken...

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How To Overcome Data Onboarding Challenges For Software Products

Companies willing to pay good money for a new piece of software are most likely not starting from scratch. They’re running an established business, with well-built and documented processes. So, they have tons of data to carry over. As a result, the decision to bring a new app into the fold is not one they take lightly. Internal processes need to change. Getting the team to adopt the new solution...

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Do Website Policy Disclosure Pages Always Have To Be So Ugly?

It’s not like consumers aren’t interested in the information provided on terms of use or privacy policy pages. But these pages… Talk about a painful design. As a web designer, you know that data privacy and security concerns affect how visitors interact with the websites you build. That’s why you build trustmarks into your websites in the first place. But the sheer presence of “Terms of Use” or “Privacy Policy”...

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Different Ways To Design Digital Product Pages

I think it’s fair to say that when designing mobile product pages for physical products, you’ll use a similar layout and include the same details, regardless of the website. For instance, this is what product pages for Peloton bikes, Macy’s clothing and Truth Bars look like: There are slight differences in how the information is positioned, with some product pages showing the product name, average rating and price first while...

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4 Ways To Creatively Use Icons In Your Mobile Apps

There’s nothing novel about using icons within mobile apps. From the home screen icon to the navigation menu, they’re pretty much a standard part of the apps that designers build. They come with big benefits too: Minimized distractions, More attractive UIs, Empowerment of users to easily engage with the app, Elimination of language barriers, Improvement of brand recognizability. But are we using icons as best as we can or are...

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How To Help Your Clients Get More Backlinks Through Design

How To Help Your Clients Get More Backlinks Through Design How To Help Your Clients Get More Backlinks Through Design Suzanne Scacca 2020-08-21T10:30:00+00:00 2020-08-27T10:34:13+00:00 There are certain truths when it comes to what helps a website rank in search. Google wants to see: Mobile-first design Fast page speeds Top-notch security User-friendly navigation Trustworthiness and expertise … among other things. It also wants to see high-authority websites link back to your...

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How To Help Your Clients Get More Backlinks Through Design

There are certain truths when it comes to what helps a website rank in search. Google wants to see: Mobile-first design Fast page speeds Top-notch security User-friendly navigation Trustworthiness and expertise … among other things. It also wants to see high-authority websites link back to your website. And if your clients aren’t obsessed with getting backlinks right now, just wait and see. They’re highly coveted and some businesses will go...

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4 Lessons Web App Designers Can Learn From Google

4 Lessons Web App Designers Can Learn From Google 4 Lessons Web App Designers Can Learn From Google Suzanne Scacca 2020-08-12T10:30:00+00:00 2020-08-12T14:34:25+00:00 Whenever I’m curious about what more we could be doing to improve our users’ experiences, the first place I look to is Google. More specifically, I go to the Google Developers site or Think with Google to pull the latest consumer data. But I was thinking today, “Why...

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