What are some good examples of guiding people through an infographic or interactive, but without it feeling like it's on rails?
I'm currently helping various corporate clients get their existing print resources online. Many of these clients are quite conservative and/or new to digital, so it's often a big information dump from ...
We're wondering if there's research on the engagement levels of different push mediums, i.e. CTR's of email vs. iOS notifications vs. android notifications vs. etc. Had a google, and a search here, ...
While working on a web-based business management tool, we're looking into adding forums. Let's say a user has notifications turned on, for every time someone posts in a topic you've created or ...
I have seen some companies define KPIs for their UX efforts based on metrics like the Net Promoter Score (NPS). However, having worked with many qualitative and quantitative metrics to try and model ...
From Wikipedia Flow (psychology): Flow is the mental state of operation in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus, full involvement, and ...
Our website is used to manage investment funds. Users can create channel pages that are basically a list of funds plus an activity stream. Now, we want other users to go on those pages and start ...
Some coworkers and I are engaged in heated debate about changing the navigation arrangement from a left nav column to a top nav bar. Arguments in favor of a left nav are more visibility and more ...