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Top UX Tools of the Trade: Prototyping, Usability, and Content Management

Posted on: January 20, 2016

In a previous post, I described why UX is essential to think about for any business who has a web presence. In this follow-up post, I'll talk about some of the best, and most affordable, UX tools of the trade for helping you assess and grow that web presence. What UX Tools of the Trade Look Like for the Average Business: Prototyping, Usability, and Content Management If you're reading this and you're not sure what UX is, read my previous post where I define it. Essentially, the average business needs to think about three regular activities that involve UX: prototyping, usability,…

The Sharpest Tool For Businesses Is a UX Toolkit

Posted on: January 13, 2016

If you have a website, mobile app, or social media presence, you have users for those digital points of contact. And if you have users, then those users come with certain expectations. Whether those expectations are met determines whether they interact with you, become leads, or eventually become customers. This means that, regardless of the type of product or service you're selling, if you have a web presence, you need to think about user experience (or UX). What a UX Toolkit Is and Why You Need One Let's start with what UX is, as that is a common question we…

A Bad Conversion Optimization Strategy May Be Costing Your Business Real Revenue

Posted on: January 6, 2016

If you have a business website, you want to use that website to convert website visitors to leads and customers. This is your conversion optimization strategy: how effective your website is at persuading visitors to do something you want them to do, like sign up for your newsletter, download an ebook, or make a purchase. Why a conversion optimization strategy is important for business websites Many business owners may be unaware that website visitors are one of the best sources of potential revenue. Think about it: people visit your website for a reason. They want to learn more about your…