Flashback Friday: Best Articles in UX, Design & Ecommerce This Week (Mar 14-18 )

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Flashback Friday (Mar 14-18 ): Best Articles in UX, Design & Ecommerce This Week

What's the best of the web this week? We cherry-picked the most interesting articles on UX, Design, Ecommerce, Product & Digital Marketing from around the web.

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Mar 18, 2016 - nngroup.stfi.re - 27
The Same Link Twice on the Same Page: Do Duplicates Help or Hurt?

By Hoa Loranger
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Eliminate redundancy on webpages whenever possible to reduce cognitive overload. Each extra link makes your site harder to use. A question I get asked frequently at UX conferences is whether to provide multiple links to the same content (from the same page). The answer is generally no.

Mar 18, 2016 - blinkux.stfi.re - 28
Why UX Teams Need Diversity

By Lulu Xiao
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The best UX professionals and teams have a variety of skills in their arsenals that they use to research, design, and communicate effective design decisions. Numerous studies confirm that diverse teams perform at a higher level and, in the multi-dimensional UX world, a complex and expansive range of skills is especially necessary.

Mar 18, 2016 - thenextweb.stfi.re - 22
How mobile will reshape the future of shopping

By Ran Avrahamy
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Mobile devices play an increasingly important role in the retail shopping experience. We already use our smartphones and tablets at practically every step but... what does the future hold for retail shopping, and how will mobile devices play a role in shaping it?

Mar 18, 2016 - hongkiat.stfi.re - 26
How To Design Empty State Pages for Websites & Mobile Apps

By Jake Rocheleau
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Empty state pages are lesser-known design elements with a significant role in user experience. In its simplest form, empty states are page layouts seen when a user first visits a page where no content is available.

Mar 18, 2016 - econsultancy.stfi.re - 24
How Tinder has changed ecommerce

By Youtse Sung
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Through its fun, intuitive and frankly addictive user interface, Tinder’s simple “swipe right for yes, left for no” approach has earned it a place on mobile home-screens around the world – not to mention a valuation of $1.35bn.

OJ Quevedo

UX + Marketing aficionado learning to be more user-centred and community-oriented at WhatUsersDo. Empathy makes the world go round. I’m a citizen of the world.

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