Branding
Vanity Metrics: Add Context to Add Meaning

A cumulative curve such as the number of app downloads (red) will always increase, regardless of any other factors. In contrast, a graph capturing a ratio, like that between the number of new active users and the number of downloads within a week (blue) is a much more meaningful measure, as it should remain relatively stable unless a significant change in the user experience occurs. In this case, perhaps an app update was released after week 4: the number of downloads continued steadily, but suddenly the ratio of new active users to downloads increased. Time Frame Communicating a data measure

Vanity Metrics: Add Context to Add Meaning
Branding
10 Ways to Use Exit-Intent Popups for Good

This exit intent popup showed items on sale. The headline, Don’t Miss Out on These, suggests that the company cares about the user. (Image source: https://beeketing.com/blog/coupon-popups-dos-donts-to-get-more-clicks/) 2. Prevent a Mistake How many times have you thought that you had purchased something online, only to realize later that you did not fully complete the checkout process? This has happened to me more than a handful of times: I thought I had placed an order, but my item never arrived, and when I logged in to my account I discovered that the order didn’t exist. Of course, in

10 Ways to Use Exit-Intent Popups for Good
Branding
Incorporating UX Work into Your Agile Backlog

An example of a UX backlog in which only UX-related tasks are listed In this example, the product backlog and the UX backlog are independent. The UX backlog is made up of UX-related tasks that are created based on backlog items from the product backlog. There will still be a primary product backlog with all of your new features, feedback, bugs, and so on. Your separate UX backlog will include all your different UX activities. It will be up to you and your product owner to make sure you’re working on the right things at the right time. Sometimes, UX may need to work on a task well before the

Incorporating UX Work into Your Agile Backlog
Security
Hidden Phone Tracker for Kids Monitoring

Digital parenting has got its importance over the last decade. Today kids and teens are getting used to cell phone devices, social media apps, instant messengers, and the internet. Hackers and unsafe individuals are present in the current hyper-sexualized world. Young people today have been taught and watched closely to protect them against internet issues

Hidden Phone Tracker for Kids Monitoring
Security
1Password Unveils 1Password Advanced Protection

Cyber attacks are a persistent threat to businesses, particularly among large businesses who suffer the brunt of attempts. In response, 1Password today reveals 1Password Advanced Protection, an expanded suite of security tools for businesses with complex security needs. The 1Password advanced protection has additional security controls you’ll want to protect your company assets. 1Password unveils 1Password advanced protection: additional security controls for enterprise. Known for their private, secure, and user-friendly password manager, 1Password protects the data businesses all over the

1Password Unveils 1Password Advanced Protection




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