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    User Experience: Functionality vs Aesthetics

    James Nagy - 5692 Article rating: No rating

    ​User experience is always about a balance. When creating a positive user experience for clients and customers, you have to consider the overall usage.  While a design might have a great cohesive look that you want to go with, you don’t want to sacrifice functionality for your users. No matter how good a program or website looks –it’s useless if it’s not something that people can actually use.  Bottom line? Don’t let your OCD get in the way of user experience.  It doesn’t have to be asymmetrical, it has to be functional.

    5 Best Articles of 2016

    James Nagy - 6642 Article rating: No rating

    ​With the year coming to a close, it’s always best practice to look back over the efforts that you’ve made throughout the year to see what was successful and what fell flat. Building on what has received great feedback is a great way to start your next year off right. When it comes to articles that we share with our followers, we want to produce content that people want and need. 

    3 Things I Really Wish LinkedIn Would Improve

    Breanne Liebmann - 2285 Article rating: No rating

    As a social media marketer and content writer, I use LinkedIn daily.  While I’m thankful for it –there are a few features that could use some extra attention.  From a user experience standpoint, I’m not exactly thrilled.  There are some GREAT benefits to using LinkedIn.  This is why I use it in the first place and while I’ll continue to use it. However, my life would be a whole lot easier if they’d address a few of these main complaints I have.

    User Experience: Product Thinking

    James Nagy - 7400 Article rating: No rating

    What do you think when you think “User Experience”?  For me, I think of a simple and easy to use interaction with a product.  So, what’s the most important? The features that make the product easy to use or the product itself that solves a problem for the user?  If you think the latter, then you are using product thinking.  So, why is this important to user experience?

    The Next Revolution in AI: How it Impacts You

    James Nagy - 5627 Article rating: No rating

    ​We’ve talked a little about how the AI in our existing devices works and how it needs to improve moving forward in order to better assist us.  What is the next big move in AI though?  Well, many think it will be an artificial intelligence living right in your ear.  In fact, it seems that in-ear assistants similar to the one featured in the movie Her aren't science fiction at all; but rather an imminent reality.  There are obviously a million different implications if this fully comes to fruition.  But, specifically, what does this mean to you as a business person? How will this impact your working world?

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