Better Link Labels: 4Ss for Encouraging Clicks

Your users rely on link text to navigate through your site. These small and unassuming bits of UX copy contribute substantially to the findability, discoverability, and accessibility of your content. The links that best fulfill those roles are: Specific Sincere Substantial Succinct Specific A link’s primary purpose is to communicate to users what they’ll find

Better Link Labels: 4Ss for Encouraging Clicks
Teenager’s UX: Designing for Teens

Teens are wired. Technology is so integrated with teenagers’ lives that creating useful and usable websites and apps for them is more critical than ever. To succeed in a world where the next best thing is a click away and text message interruptions are the rule, not the exception, website and app creators must clearly

Teenager’s UX: Designing for Teens
Contextual Menus: Delivering Relevant Tools for Tasks

Having the right tools available in any given situation makes all the difference, especially when it comes to correctly and efficiently getting things done. Without the relevant tools, we waste time and are left feeling frustrated, lost, and confused. Just as bad: when there are too many tools around, we waste time looking for the

Contextual Menus: Delivering Relevant Tools for Tasks
When to Use Which User-Experience Research Methods

The distinction here is an important one, and goes well beyond the narrow view of qualitative as “open ended” as in an open-ended survey question. Rather, studies that are qualitative in nature generate data about behaviors or attitudes based on observing them directly, whereas in quantitative studies, the data about the behavior or attitudes in question are gathered indirectly, through a measurement or an instrument such as a survey or an analytics tool. In field studies and usability studies, for example, the researcher directly observes how people use technology (or not) to meet their

When to Use Which User-Experience Research Methods
Empathy Mapping: The First Step in Design Thinking

As UX professionals, it is our job to advocate on behalf of the user. However, in order to do it, not only must we deeply understand our users, but we must also help our colleagues understand them and prioritize their needs. Empathy maps, widely used throughout agile and design communities, are a powerful, fundamental tool for

Empathy Mapping: The First Step in Design Thinking



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