UX & SEO: Enemies or The Future

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Oct 17, 2017

When getting into the complicated web that is … well, the World Wide Web, the first hurdle any business owner faces is the problem of SEO and UX. When constructing a site, the first thing any marketer will tell you is that these two are usually at each other’s throats, both pulling into different directions.… continue reading

UX Trends for 2018

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Oct 11, 2017

As technology advances, it’s often the case that more capabilities make things more complicated, not less. To deliver a quality user experience, taking the complex and making it as simple as possible is absolutely crucial. With the way things have proceeded in recent years, it’s a safe bet to assume that UX trends in 2018… continue reading

The Future of Chatbots and Mobile Apps

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Sep 6, 2017

Two technologies stand poised to wage a battle for dominance in the customer service sector within the next few years. Mobile apps have long been a popular way for companies to offer support to their customers, but the relatively recent rise of chatbots may soon threaten their supremacy. To settle the debate, we’re going to… continue reading

Sketch Plugins for UX Designers

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Aug 22, 2017

As a designer, you’ve probably already heard of Sketch. Sketch is a design tool for Mac, created by and intended for UX, UI, mobile or web designers. Although the tool has a good amount of features, you can extend its functionality with Sketch plugins and speed up the design workflow. The Sketch plugins Plugins are… continue reading

A Breakdown of How Reddit’s UX Drives Discussion

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Aug 15, 2017

We all know that keeping your users engaged is essential. It is literally the difference between them coming back to you or moving to your competitors. However, the devil is always in the details. Discovering what makes your users tick can feel like reading tea leaves. Historically, blog comments have been the way to go.… continue reading