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How to Create Adaptable and Evolving UX Strategies

"If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!" This quote is often attributed to Benjamin Franklin. But whoever said it, it definitely applies to your UX strategy. The UX design process can be complex, so you shouldn’t leave things to chance. Much as a successful business plan must be dynamic and ever evolving, so must UX strategy.

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January 30, 2020

User Experience, Using Slickplan, UX Planning

Understanding Kanban & Scrum Tactics for UX Designers

If you’ve been even remotely around or in the website and software development industry in the last 20 years, you’ve heard of Agile. Agile principles focus on self-organized teams delivering…

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January 8, 2020

User Experience, UX Planning

The Right Interview Questions for Hiring a UX Designer

Hiring anyone can be a tough task, and if you're hiring the user experience (UX) designer who's going to be responsible for how your website, service, or product works, you definitely want to get it right. To do that, it's essential to ask the right questions. Here are our top UX interview questions, plus a guide to the answers you should be looking for.

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January 6, 2020

Guide to Building Sitemaps, Slickplan For Sitemaps

Free Sitemap Templates for Website Planning

A sitemap is a visual display of the content on a website, including videos, images, files, and page. Sitemaps are used by web designers, web visitors, and search engines to plan and/or navigate the content of a website. There are 3 general types of sitemaps: Visual sitemaps used by web designers and developers, HTML sitemaps used by site visitors (like this sitemap from Supercuts.com), and XML sitemaps used by web crawlers

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January 13, 2020

User Experience, UX Design

Designing Buttons for the Web – Guide & Examples for 2020

Buttons on the web are an integral part of user experience. Their goal is to inspire conversion and action from the person on the other side of the screen. But when they’re not implemented well - either in design or copy - they may not be getting any attention at all. As a user experience (UX) professional, it’s important to know how to best design buttons for the web in 2020.

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January 6, 2020

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