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User Experience, UX Analytics

User Experience Researcher – A Job Guide

Starting a career in the user experience (UX) research field is a decision that more and more people are making nowadays. Better understanding of what the job means and why it is important has grown substantially in the last few years. So if you’re just starting on your career path or looking for a change, this might be just the right choice for you. A position as a UX researcher comes with many benefits.

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February 26, 2020

User Experience, UX Analytics

5 Heatmapping Apps That Improve UX and Increase Conversions

Have you ever walked through a department store and wondered why in the world they organized it the way they did? You become frustrated because what you thought was going to be a 15-minute in-and-out trip turned into a 45-minute scavenger hunt for your grocery list. This is what happens when you don’t take user experience into account, and it happens within physical stores but also on the web, all the time.

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June 5, 2019

UX Analytics

How to Interpret Your Website Metrics

There are plenty of metrics to keep an eye on in Google Analytics, but what do they mean and how can you interpret them? Check out these tips to impactful metrics and how they can help you improve your website’s experience for your target users.

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September 19, 2018

UX Analytics

How to Create Actionable Results with Usability Reporting

Creating a website project with a great user experience is much more than testing and designing. There’s also that critical step in between the two; when you interpret those test results and use them to make highly useful sites. Usability reporting is the process of delivering your test results to other designers, key decision makers and anyone else directly involved in the creation of the final project.

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April 10, 2018

UX Analytics

Top 5 Web Analytics Tools Great for UX

Improving the user experience of a web project requires data and lots of it. You need to know what the user wants if you plan to create something that entertains or moves them to action. Great user experience is what separates a high-converting website from a mere website with a lot of visitors. Therefore, improving UX should be at the forefront of every web designer’s brain.

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February 28, 2018

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