5 Reasons No One Visits Your Website (and how to change that)
Most Common Website Errors 2019 In the modern day business world, it’s obvious that no company can survive or thrive without a strong web presence. But simply throwing some pretty HTML onto a server isn’t enough to guarantee success, especially…
Is Your Website Always Considering the Customer Experience?
When customers land on your website, they expect a particular type of experience. The human attention span is short, and people don’t have the patience to figure out complicated navigation or sort through a lot of clutter. As a website…
Conveying a User’s Context through Storyboarding
How Storyboarding can play an integral part in Digital Product Design A big part of being a successful user experience designer is building an understanding of who your potential users are. In fact, the most important tool in any UX…
Why User Experience Matters and How You Win at It
Your client’s website may be aesthetically-pleasing and ranking on top positions, but does it provide a good user experience? This is one of the things that digital marketing agencies need to understand and an important task that any white label…
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Noteworthy Tips For A/B Testing With UX Research
Tips for A/B Testing You may spend quality time in creating a successful website but might still fail to generate the desired outcome.
Everything You Need to Know About Dealing with Difficult Clients
Whether you are a freelancer or run your own company, we have all dealt with difficult customers. It can be an arduous undertaking to deal with the idiosyncrasies of different clients, but it is a must for any business owner or designer to properly handle difficult customer interactions. The consequence of handling a customer incorrectly will not only cost you money but will also create the possibility of bad word-of-mouth, which can affect future sales and money in your pocket.
If you don’t believe us, just check out our post about the book “Thank You Economy”. The in-depth review tells you about the importance of guiding your clients through the design process and ensuring that their needs are met from the beginning to the end. Brushing off a clients’ issue could lead to a nasty review on a social media site like Facebook or Twitter, which could in turn could deter future clients from contacting you for design services.