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    The Apple Watch Experience

    James Nagy - 3368 Article rating: No rating

    ​We’ve talked a lot about the Apple Watch and wearable tech in the past.  I finally did it –I bought an Apple Watch.  This wasn’t an overnight endeavor; I’ve voiced concerns in the past about how practical this kind of product really is or isn’t.  So, I took a long time to buy one.  My experience has been a little different than I anticipated.

    Top Tech Talk Articles of 2015

    James Nagy - 4850 Article rating: No rating

    This year is rushing to a close and it’s time to take a look back at our top stories of 2015.  We’ve covered everything from UI/UX, social media marketing, consulting, Space X, new technology, and everything in between.  In case you missed something along the way, or if you want to just see what was most popular this year, here are our top Tech Talk articles of 2015!

    UX: Engaging with a Consultant

    James Nagy - 4779 Article rating: No rating

    We've been talking the last few weeks about user experience annoyances, turn offs, and bad practices that will drive customers away from using your product, program, website, etc.  The key here is that when you are dealing with any project that involves UX -it can benefit your project immensely to have an outside consultant.  Most people think that reaching out to a consultant is a last ditch effort, when that's not the case at all.

    User Experience That Customers Run From

    James Nagy - 5519 Article rating: 5.0

    Last week we started a series of articles about bad user experience: here; this week we are going to continue our tour into the land of unfortunate user experiences.  This week I want you to picture finding a great new app.  Picture downloading that app.  Picture launching that app on your phone for the first time. Now picture... what?  You don't know what to do next.  You've never used this app before and there is no first time running help that pops up to help guide you along the way.  You're not interested in taking the time to sit down and figure the whole thing out.  Now it's gone to the back burner and eventually, when you need more memory on your phone, you'll delete it and move on.

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