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Optimizing the Customer Journey with UX Design and Content Strategy

UX design and content strategy go hand-in-hand (both in principle and in practice) to create amazing customer journeys. Here’s how. The post Optimizing the Customer Journey with UX Design and Content Strategy appeared first on Design.org. Design.org

UX design and content strategy go hand-in-hand (both in principle and in practice) to create amazing customer journeys. Here’s how.

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Enterprise UX Design: Unlocking ROI from the Inside Out

Better design improves the external customer experience and drives ROI. See why the same goes for designing tools and experiences for internal employees. The post Enterprise UX Design: Unlocking ROI from the Inside Out appeared first on Design.org. Design.org

Better design improves the external customer experience and drives ROI. See why the same goes for designing tools and experiences for internal employees.

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A Primer on UX Prototyping, Part 2: The 3 Kinds of Prototypes

In Part 2 of our series on UX prototyping, we’ll explore the three kinds of prototypes so you can pick the best one for your project. The post A Primer on UX Prototyping, Part 2: The 3 Kinds of Prototypes appeared first on Design.org. Design.org

In Part 2 of our series on UX prototyping, we’ll explore the three kinds of prototypes so you can pick the best one for your project.

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The Pros and Cons of Using WordPress for your Website

Your website is an important tool for making your online presence felt. However, having a dedicated team of programmers to take care of the maintenance of your website, especially for websites that require frequent updates, can be expensive for any business. The good news is that there are plenty of open source Content Management Systems [...]

Your website is an important tool for making your online presence felt. However, having a dedicated team of programmers to take care of the maintenance of your website, especially for websites that require frequent updates, can be expensive for any business.

The good news is that there are plenty of open source Content Management Systems (CMS) to help you take care of that. Among them, WordPress appears to be a favorite for most people. In fact, 26 percent of websites today are developed and maintained using WordPress.

Here are some of the pros and cons of using WordPress for web design and as a CMS.

Pros of using WordPress

E-commerce tools: WordPress comes with e-commerce plugins that meet a wide range of needs. For instance, shopping cart, ordering, and shipping processes are taken care of by many WordPress themes. A vast portion of our operational needs are fully catered for and are absolutely free.

SEO integration: For your website to serve you optimally, it must follow the standards of SEO. WordPress provides plug-ins that enable you to effectively optimize your website and even perform SEO audits on the go. Many online companies spend a lot of money outsourcing SEO. WordPress allows you to perform SEO without spending as much.

Compatibility: More and more online users are accessing the web on a wide range of mobile devices. In fact, it is estimated that approximately 80 percent of online users log in using their smartphones. WordPress enables you to set up websites that can be easily accessed using mobile phones and tablets. Anyone taking an online masters in software development course will confess just how crucial mobile compatibility is for your website.

Cons of using WordPress

Customized look: One of the main disadvantages of using WordPress is that your website might lack originality. WordPress themes often have little to differentiate themselves and can be difficult to customize. Your website might lack that unique touch to set you apart from the rest. You might even have to work with someone with an online MSSD degree to tweak some of your plugins.

Need constant updates: WordPress is constantly releasing new updates to revise their code for better security and other improvements. This means you’ll need to constantly keep an eye on these updates. This can be a daunting task, especially considering the myriad of other issues that require your attention.

Overreliance on the CMS: Most people who use WordPress tend to rely on it to provide all solutions and fail to see other strategies necessary to optimize their website. In other words, WordPress can easily cloud your judgment on the use of other available tools to make your website better.

Conclusion

With WordPress, you no longer have an excuse for not having a nice looking and powerful website for your business. It allows you to change the appearance of your site on the go, is SEO friendly, and also allows you to make changes without the need of an IT expert. However, depending on your needs, it does have its fair share of limitations. Make sure that you understand these limitations before you decide to opt for a WordPress site for your business.

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A Primer on UX Prototyping, Part 1: The Perks of Prototypes

In this two-part primer on prototype design, we’ll explore what UX prototyping is, why it’s invaluable to product design, and the 3 kinds of prototypes. The post A Primer on UX Prototyping, Part 1: The Perks of Prototypes appeared first on Design.org. Design.org

In this two-part primer on prototype design, we’ll explore what UX prototyping is, why it’s invaluable to product design, and the 3 kinds of prototypes.

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The 5 Most Beautiful Libraries in the World

Some libraries are practical and functional yet not stylish, which is fine. Libraries are fantastic: they get children reading, instill a love of literature, and give people a safe space. Their beauty is in the words they house. But, other libraries go a step further. The buildings themselves are truly beautiful and are able to [...]

Some libraries are practical and functional yet not stylish, which is fine. Libraries are fantastic: they get children reading, instill a love of literature, and give people a safe space. Their beauty is in the words they house. But, other libraries go a step further. The buildings themselves are truly beautiful and are able to make a bookworm out of anyone, but if you really feel passionate about libraries, you should consider studying an online MMLIS program.

Here is a look at some of the most gorgeous libraries from around the world.

Klementinum, Prague

The Klementinum in Prague is more than just a library. It’s a complex of buildings including, The Baroque Library Hall, The Mirror Chapel, The Astronomical Tower, The St. Salvatore Church, and St. Clément’s Cathedral, all of which are glorious to behold. The complex is the largest and most historic set of buildings in Prague. The library is home to the National Czech Library, housing 20,000 books, which date all the way back to the 1600’s. Even if you have no interest in such wonderful historic books it is worth visiting for the ceiling frescoes, which haven’t been altered since the 18th century.

Library of Congress, Washington, D.C

The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world. Its stunning designs and architecture mean that no list of beautiful libraries could be complete without it. The Library of Congress is home to literally millions of books, paintings, photographs, newspapers, and recordings. It’s the main research facility of the U.S Congress and home to the U.S Copyright office, as well as being a public research library and gallery.

Central Library of Vancouver, Canada

The Central Library of Vancouver is a bit more modern than some of the other libraries on this list, but it is no less beautiful. The library has been described as a modern-day Colosseum. The Library Square houses service buildings, retail outlets, eateries and other buildings with the library itself located in a 9-story rectangular block. There are currently plans in place to convert the top floors into a gorgeous rooftop garden looking out over Vancouver, which would be a perfect place to sit and read a great book.

Trinity College Old Library, Dublin

Trinity College old library is a must-see on any visit to Dublin. The library dates back to the 16th century and much of the original architecture is still in place. The library is home to the famous Book of Kells, as well as many other works, and is the largest library in Ireland. The main chamber of the library, known as the Long Room, is just that: one long, tall chamber, filled with shelving, marble busts, artwork and reading tables. Just walking into the room and looking out can take your breath away.

Austrian National Library, Vienna

The Austrian National Library could be on this list simply for its exterior and entrance hall. The library was once the official palace library; and you can tell. It has a regal look fit for a king. The main hall itself has beautiful flooring and frescoes surrounded by gilt and glamor. Just don’t forget to look at the books; there are millions.
Studying an online library science degree would give you the best excuse to visit all of these gorgeous places, so what are you waiting for?

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“Throw Some UX on It”: The Rookie Mistake Many Executives Make

“Throwing some UX design on it” (focusing only on visual updates) won’t produce the ROI you need. Learn how to use design thinking to drive better results. The post “Throw Some UX on It”: The Rookie Mistake Many Executives Make appeared first on Design.org. Design.org

“Throwing some UX design on it” (focusing only on visual updates) won’t produce the ROI you need. Learn how to use design thinking to drive better results.

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Collecting User Feedback and the Power of Jobs to be Done

Learn the best ways to gather and implement user feedback (including the Jobs to be Done framework) so you can design memorable, meaningful products. The post Collecting User Feedback and the Power of Jobs to be Done appeared first on Design.org. Design.org

Learn the best ways to gather and implement user feedback (including the Jobs to be Done framework) so you can design memorable, meaningful products.

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The Power of Storytelling

Successful brands have one thing in common: They mastered storytelling. Learn the 6 qualities of a good story, plus exercises to develop your brand strategy. The post The Power of Storytelling appeared first on Design.org. Design.org

Successful brands have one thing in common: They mastered storytelling. Learn the 6 qualities of a good story, plus exercises to develop your brand strategy.

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Should You Build an In-House UX Team or Partner with a UX Agency?

Product Managers often wonder whether to build an in-house UX team or hire a UX agency. How do you decide which one is best for you? Let’s explore both sides. The post Should You Build an In-House UX Team or Partner with a UX Agency? appeared first on Design.org. Design.org

Product Managers often wonder whether to build an in-house UX team or hire a UX agency. How do you decide which one is best for you? Let’s explore both sides.

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