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User Experience Design (UXD) is more than design. It’s a process of improving the user satisfaction of a product by improving the accessibility, usability and the pleasure of interacting with it and, as such, much broader than just design. In this category, we have collected the articles addressing the extended aspects of UXD.

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (otherwise known as GDPR) went into effect on May 25th 2018, and caused a massive upheaval in the online business world. Though it had been lined up two years prior, its more obtuse elements and varying significance outside of Europe meant that many businesses left it until the last… continue reading

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

At its core, a business’ website is the online representation of that particular brand. In today’s digital age, the website is often the first interaction many people will have with your business. It should come as no surprise that websites have the ability to leave a lasting impression on customers. This impression can easily change… continue reading

For much of the history of computers, the focus has lain with the functionality of computers. It was about getting the job done. Very little consideration was given to how users feel while getting the job done. This makes a lot of sense when we consider that computers were always intended to be tools. A… continue reading

It is easy to underestimate the importance of someone’s first impression. Judging by our feelings concerning a person’s appearance, clothes, speech, and other factors we are realising whether this person is interested in us or not. Of course, further communications can change our minds. However, this example is not exactly suitable for the field of… continue reading

„Understanding your users is the first step towards defining the exact problem. does just that!“
- Paul