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#HadToBeSaid - Any UX practitioner knows getting stakeholder backing for UX research can be a baffling task. Most UXers surely struggle to find patronage for research sprints, despite its rather apparent benefits. Let’s talk about getting stakeholders buyin for UX research.
It is crucial to speak the stakeholders’ language. When you present a solution that is user-focused, there is a strong possibility that it won’t resonate with stakeholders. But replacing that with a solution that fixes specific business woes is bound to get their attention.
Instead of saying, “The cognitive load is too high at the moment. A heuristic evaluation can give us better insights” or “Flat design elements definitely make a difference!”

It helps to say

“These 2 UX changes will help us reach this quarter’s projections with time to spare.”
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Aprende a mejorar el #UX, el #SEO y la #accesibilidad de tu sitio web con estos:

🚀 9 trucos de #HTML

🎁 Regalo al final ;)

❤️ RT para compartir.

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Enfocar un <input /> cuando tu página carga.

Es una buena practica de #UX si tienes una pagina donde la tarea comienza en un input.

Por ejemplo Google enfoca el campo de búsqueda al cargar.
Agrega el atributo "download" para forzar a el navegador a descargar el archivo del <a>.

Por ejemplo algunos navegadores abren PDF pero quizás necesitas forzar que el usuario lo descargue
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#ThreadAlert: Oftentimes, designers grapple with the question, how does the customer actually use this product? To do so, first designers need to learn “How to Use Journey Mapping for the Project?”

Let's quickly get through the entire journey mapping process!
#koruux #uxdesign
The user journey map is an overview of the key touchpoints and interactions. It describes the user’s motivation, feelings, emotions, and goals stage-by-stage.

Here are the key components for Journey Mapping 👇
#ux #uxdesign #userexperience
1. Persona

User personas are created to ensure that the final design fulfills the needs of actual users, solves their problems, and becomes a delight for them to use.
#ux #uxdesign #persona
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#UnpopularOpinion: Some product teams like to prioritize their budgets for the solution rather than researching more into the problem. However without proper UX research, any solutions will be incomplete.

Let us talk about some ways to master "UX Research On Budget" in 3 steps!
Step 1 - List out assumptions and confirm them!

Whatever assumptions you may have about the users, list them out. Your assumptions may not be necessarily true, but it is safer to write them down on paper and get a better understanding of your assumptions of the user.
#koruux #ux
Step 2 - Make use of customer support data

Customer support teams have way more insights than you would imagine. They are the ones interacting with the users regularly and if this is documented, you have your raw user data ready to analyze.
#koruux #ux #Customer
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Aujourd'hui, suite à une mauvaise expérience de recrutement en tant qu'#ux, je souhaite aborder le sujet du #harcèlementsexuel dans l'#IT. On abordera également comment faire son #callout comme une Queen👑. Un thread qui dénonce. 1/ #metooIT
Suite à mon post où je cherchais un appartement, je me suis faite contacter par un #ProductOwner en recherche d'une #UX pour la création d'un produit en #VR. Étant gameuse, je me suis montrée intéressée.
Tout aurait pu bien se passer si la personne en question, avec qui j'ai continué de discuter ne m'avait pas demandé la couleur et la forme de mes sous-vêtements.#metooIT
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What are the pitfalls of checkout UX? A thread. ⤵️

#ux #uxresearch #uxr #uxdesign #ecommerce
Did you know? According to our #UX studies, 68% of users — after having added items to their cart 🛒 — then choose to abandon their purchase.
During our 9 years of large-scale checkout usability testing, we have also consistently found the checkout #design and flow to frequently be the sole cause for users abandoning their cart 🛒 during the checkout flow.
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Après des mois de travail à distance imposé, notre bureau #Montpellier se réinvente pour accompagner notre transition sur le modèle d'Hybrid Workplace : nouveaux espaces de collaboration et de visio-conf, nouveaux espaces de travail #flexoffice et nouvelle déco ! 🔽 thread !
Le télétravail existe depuis toujours à Hawk, mais force est de constater que durant ces deux dernières années il a pris une part prépondérante dans notre quotidien. Notre organisation future sera un modèle hybride où télétravail, présentiel et remote cohabiteront harmonieusement
Le flex office, pour ou contre ? Chez Hawk la réponse a été quasi-unanime : POUR 👍 ! Parfait pour booster le foisonnement d'idées et favoriser l'émergence de solutions innovantes.
Et pour soutenir ce changement, quoi de mieux que des nouveaux espaces de travail modernisés ?
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Thread Alert🧵- How to Manage Remote UX Design Reviews👇👇

#koruux #uxdesign #ux #uxtips #reviews #mondaythoughts
1) Remote work is now thriving, as rightly said, a far cry from what it used to be a year ago. Having worked with several teams, product owners, and managers, we have managed to glean numerous ways to navigate the choppy waters that can be a remote UX design review.
#ux #uxtips
2) Tip 1 - Pick the right tools!

Seek out tools that allow real-time commenting, can record sessions for later references, and are accessible through a web browser. While Figma & Slack work well in terms of gathering feedback right in the tool itself.
#ux #uxtips
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Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither is customer engagement. It takes focused efforts to build a lasting relationship with consumers. Spending on enhancing your user experience isn’t an expense, it’s an investment.

#koruux #ux #userexperience #UXdesign
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containers on @awscloud: a rant 🧵

problem: I want to run a single container every so often

☁️ #cloud #devops
I start with a search. the first result is straight forward and promising

I click on "Containers on AWS"

☁️🧵 #cloud #devops
I land here. it's not bad though a bit of a pitch, "AWS is the #1 place for you to run containers and 80% of all containers in the cloud run on @awscloud" << but will MINE?!?

☁️🧵 #cloud #devops
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. @awscloud #reinforce // here we go…

🎙🧵

☁️ #cloud #security #devops
Adam Selipsky (CEO, AWS) up first with an opening message for @awscloud #reinforce
“Security is job ZERO at @awscloud”, Adam Selipsky. he’s referring to the fact that it is required as a baseline before building or doing anything

he goes on to say that #security is critical to AWS’ success and customer success

#cloud #devops
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@chudders Thank you for the RT @WorldOK_
I was involved in India's largest open source digital education platform. Target audience-millions of Govt and aided school children K-1 to 4 then 2015. I started by framing as how do you 'design participation' where the issue was dropouts. 1/n Image
@chudders @WorldOK_ Field studies and other sources pointed to planning engagement by exploring #touchpoints on a typical day. 2/n Image
@chudders @WorldOK_ Since it was conceptualized as a digital platform, while education, like news media, was actively adapting from physical to digitization (CD roms, PDFs etc) to digital (platform, data driven), I explored service map to trigger interactions, leading to data, feeds to analysis. 3/n Image
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3 steps
How to start your idea (#startup) from scratch
No needs:
- #hiring #engineers (product developers)
- #UI/#UX #designer
- #PM
- #Marketing #teams
- #angel or #vc #investors

Needs:
- increasing curiosity
- #skills growth
- intentions for great

Check the thread 🧵 👇
Step #1
Use #nocode or #lowcode solutions to build your #product from scratch (needs $15-30 for domains and nocode platform)

You don't need funds or hire engineers/designers to build your product just grow your skillset.
Build on @bubble by single person 👇
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How to improve the mobile input experience of your digital product - A thread

Data input on mobile and desktop is substantially different.

Therefore, applying the same principles will lead to a catastrophic failure.

This is how we improve mobile user input experience:
1. Minimize data requirement

It is a lot more comfortable to input data on a desktop than on mobile.

Thus, the best thing you can do for improving the mobile input experience, is minimizing the amount of data required.
2. Defaults over custom input

If you know that 80% of your customers are from the US, 15% from the UK and 5% from the rest of the world, it makes sense that the US and UK be the default/top options when it comes to selecting a location.
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How to create effective user personas - A thread

User personas are key to #UX.

They help you answer one of the most important questions in #design - “Who are we designing for?”

Here’s how to start creating user personas that will help you make relatable designs:
1. Collate all existent information

The first step is to start collecting everything you know about your users in one place - it might be in a spreadsheet, a doc file, a whiteboard, an affinity diagram - whatever suits you best.
2. Research and listen

Find your way to directly interact with the users of the software.

If time and the budget do not allow then at least track the Internet footprints of the target audience and listen to what they say.
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The rewards of investing in #UX - A thread

If your business has a digital product - website or app - and you still haven’t invested in UX, you are missing out on a lot of opportunities.

Read on to find out why investing in UX has a high ROI for your business.
1. Reduce cost down the line

With any new digital product, ⅓ of bugs identified are actual problems; most others are simply usability issues.

These issues can be avoided by relying on #UX tools like #prototyping and #usability testing.
2. Increase conversions

Humans are impatient.

Those complex websites with intricate structures are actually driving your users away.

Designing a simple website/app with an easy-to-navigate IA and
site structure can actually enhance #userexperience and increase conversions.
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7 principles for effective #design

(A short thread)
1. Emphasis

Give emphasis in descending order from the most to the least important piece of information you’re trying to present.
2. Balance and Alignment

Every element has a weight that comes from its colour, size or texture.

Creating balanced, asymmetrical designs is a great way to bring visual interest and movement.
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There's a lot to getting your navigations right in terms of #UX, #accessibility & #uidesign

Check out my very first thread! (This will be in video format tomorrow on my youtube channel 'DesignCourse')

🧵👇
1. Differentiate between the logo and navigation.

👉 This helps avoid confusion and allows the user to clearly identify where the navigation exists on the navbar.
2. Design an Active State

👉 This gives a visual indicator to the user that they're on a particular page. You can achieve an active state through making the link bold, changing the background color, and/or adding an icon or border.
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1. All of the ideas in How Design Makes The World are encapsulated in these four questions every product team should ask regularly. #design #ux #designmtw
2. Many projects have requirements, schedules and cool ideas, but forget to focus on improving something specific for real people. Or get lost along the way.

Good teams refresh the real goals often, like a lighthouse.
3. We're all prone to forgetting our biases and designing for ourselves.

If we don't go out of our way to study our customer's real needs, and how they differ from our own, we will fail them and possibly not even know until it's too late.
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Sales are dropping?

88% of online Buyers say they wouldn’t return to a Site after having a bad User Experience.

Poor Cumulative Layout Shift score can be the reason for bad UX.

#pageexperience #Corewebvitals #webperf #pagespeed #wordpress #seo #blogging #UX #perfmatters #Sales
What is Cumulative Layout Shift❓:

The Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) represents the visual stability of a website. A shift in a layout can occur any time when a visible element changes its position from one rendered frame to the next.

Focus on these to improve CLS 🏆👇
1️⃣ Add Dimensions for Image and Video Elements:

Always include size attributes on images and video elements, or provide the necessary space with a CSS aspect ratio box.
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Session 2 : Inscrire l'UXD dans une dynamique de service #adbu #uxdesign
Jude Talbot (SCD Caen) et Hélène Huszti (SCD Paris 8) nous parlent de l'audit de convivialité et de la campagne d'observation à Caen, une démarche qui s'inscrit dans l'amélioration de l'accueil dans les BU de Caen #adbu #uxdesign
Objectif de l'audit de convivialité : démarche d'interrogation pour faire un bilan du chemin à parcourir dans la démarche qualité et l'hybridation des bibliothèques #adbu #ux design
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Here’s a mini checklist of 30 different questions UI designers should ask themselves when designing quality products

👇👇
Usability
☑️ Is it clear to users on how to complete their desired task

☑️ Are important features and information clearly visible

☑️ Are calls to action clear and self explanatory?
Interactive Design
☑️ Do you show alerts and prompt to users to avoid mistakes

☑️ Do they know how close they are to the end of a flow (progress bar)

☑️ Do your users receive error and success feedback from your app

☑️ Do they receive suggestions on the next actions to take
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¿Conocen la historia del botón de los $300 millones de dólares? 💵💵💵
Se trataba del ecommerce de un gran retailer. En este ecommerce, cuando el usuario quería pagar los productos en su carrito, aparecía un form (usuario, contraseña y registro) para que el usuario se registrara o iniciara sesión antes de terminar la compra.

Nada fuera de lo común.
Bueno, aquí es donde entra Jared Spool y su firma @UIE.
Realizaron un estudio y se dieron cuenta de que este proceso hacía que algunos usuarios no finalizaran la compra. Se dieron cuenta de que una pequeña parte de los usuarios no recordaban su usuario o contraseña.
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« Ok, si j’ai N idées de système comment savoir quelle est LA meilleure »

Spoiler: impasse. Vous posez la mauvaise question.

Mais quand même, intéressons-nous y👇

#Requirements #Agile #Systems
On a vu que pour un problème correctement caractérisé *dans le monde réel* (étape très importante, pour ne pas être trop tôt biaisé par une solution) on trouve assez vite plein de solutions candidates possibles (au stade d’idées plutôt floues).
Là dessus on peut être tenté.e de trouver LA meilleure solution.

C’est légitime, en tout cas si l’on pense qu’on va mettre UNE solution en place...

Sauf que c’est faux. Le sentiment suivant résume à mon sens le mieux la situation à ce stade:
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