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Best successful unlock animations / design concepts [on hold]

I'm building a section on my website where users are able to unlock items with 'tokens'. I want to ask the professional UX community what proven unlock animations / interactions really engage the user ...
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what are different approachs to keep user 'in flow' or engaged? [duplicate]

I'm currently reading some papers, some of them are Functional metaphoric approach to be ‘in the flow’ with computer interfaces by Pranav Mistry and Interfaces for Staying in the Flow by B. B. ...
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engaging users in freemium services

there are applications nowadays that give options to perform certain in-app functionalities/services, but then link to an explanation of the functionality/service, followed by a statement saying "pay ...
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Is the state of 'flow' equivalent to user engagement?

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 ...
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Making an user fill more data in a text area?

I am currently working on a complete revamp of an application that helps in Knowledge management. The main problem was the older system was just a form capturing which was quite tedious. This ...
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What's the correct strategy to open a popover to engage visitors on an e-commerce website?

I run an e-commerce website. Of course I have a lot of abandoned carts (92%) I want to try to engage visitors more, asking for their email in a popover, offering a discount or a free buying guide to ...
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Does requiring the user to click or otherwise interact with a page increase engagement?

The endowment effect shows that if you have a sense of ownership over an item, you immediately attribute greater value to the item. In a digital experience, is scrolling or hovering over an item ...
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Tutorial Design (android carpool app)

We are developing a carpool app. I need to display a tutorial during the registration. The tutorial needs to convey that we remove all awkward cash exchange by exchanging km's. Now, these are my ...
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Does including background animation or motion in an application increase user engagement?

I'm interested why top game companies put a lot of "background" animations in their games - has it been demonstrated to increase user engagement? Does it take longer for a user to get bored of a game ...
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Binning donations rather than aggregating

On a particular non-sponsored product-review blog there are requests for donations, but responses are poor. Currently, there is a simple site-wide donation button like you might find at Wikipedia. ...
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How to present boring facts that aren't really suitable for an infographic in an interesting way?

For an internal company wiki I want to write down/present some basic information regarding web development/design/UI & UX. For example have I collected some studies and opinions on how links ...
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Is asking the user to “Activate Now” to activate an offer a good user experience?

I've noticed this recently with the email offers I receive from a certain brand that I frequent. They'd send a email with an offer - the dates when the offer is valid for - and CTA with "Activate ...
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Thoughts on 2 CTAs in a hero/header section

Premise: I'm working on a landing page for a software company. Currently the company offers one enterprise product. Soon, a second "lite" product will roll out, and I'm wondering about the hero/CTA. ...
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Bringing experience to computer online store

I have suddenly realized that in my work I do usability and conversion optimization, but there is no experience in the sites I build. They are quite clear, simple, usable and business efficient, but, ...
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Will animated feedback be annoying or nice?

I'm developing a website called Fablelane which allows you to write your own stories and have others contribute outcomes or "chunks" to that story. Right now (if you go to the website), there's an ...
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Metrics for measuring user engagement for web applications

Unlike business and e-commerce sites, web applications don't necessarily have an end-goal or target for users to achieve. What are some metrics that can be used to measure how 'engaged' users are with ...