Increasing the number of users is one of your objectives definitely, you need to show the registration links. Generally uses will not register until they see any value in doing so!
The best way is to show clear messages which define the value of registration. Visually differentiate the new user and the registered user without any distraction will help them ...
So, one of your business goals is to make user register, right?
Then I'd like to cite the article What Happens When a Business Objective Opposes User Experience?:
It is important to remember that our first priority as UX designers is to serve the business we work for. Yes, the business and not the users come first. Why? It’s because without the ...
The best way to handle it and of course to encourage users to register is to be somewhere in between showing them some of the links and informing them that they have to register to view all of the contents of the links (and maybe some extra features they'll benefit if they are registered).
Best way, links are accessible but displays just enough to catch ...
Clearly communicate the current state of the app/service/website to the user
Do not send the missed data to all users
Add a button to retrieve the missed data
This way users who need the data will get it and you will not put a load on your backend.
Very intelligent analysis by the way.
I think It would be good UX to pre select multiple cleaners and explain to John why he is doing that (though I feel 4 is a dime too much).
Also, the multiple selection can be made optional such that he could select the cleaner he wants first and then have the option to select maybe two more cleaners just in ...
I found this question asking myself the inverse question:
Why do Haussmann style buildings in Paris have 5-7 floors, not more or less.
Haussmann was active 1853-1870. Commercial electric elevators only became common in the late 19th century. So the Haussmann style may give away how many floors a user could be expected to walk up.
That said, there may have ...
Implement a general "browse" feature.
One social media-style app that impressed me with its new user experience is an app called Yonder. It's a photo sharing platform focused on outdoor adventure.
I, being a brand new user, obviously was not following anyone on this new platform, but instead of presenting me with an empty feed, it defaulted my experience ...
You have very inconsistent CTA styles, I think the first step would be to standardise your button design pattern so that it is clear to the user what is a button and what is not. Some of them are too wide (but that is my personal opinion).
At first, you should make a good benchmark to see what your competitors are doing and what the other website that your user access doing. Try to keep the pattern to avoid the need to teach the users.
Top filters: Good for few options (like simple searches tool)
Left/Right filters: Good for a lot of options (like e-commerces)
Exceptions: Some e-...
Usually you would harness the power of blog posts to draw in people interested in the process because either they are potential clients or people working in the field that want to see how others work.
My suggestion would be to first make a compelling showcase of a project and add the link to the blog in a manner that does not suggest that the user needs to ...