Monthly Archives: January 2011

Avoiding Web Habits in Your iPhone Apps #ux

Reset expectations about typing. Typing is so commonplace these days, we barely think about it. But no matter how speedy someone is on a mobile keyboard, it is always easier to select text on a touch device than it is … Continue reading

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Dexter’s victims through season five

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How Videos Go #Viral [#INFOGRAPHIC]

Take a look at this infographic, which was created by Brian Sieber based on insights from The Jun Group, and in the comments, let us know how you generally share and find out about new and interesting videos online. Click … Continue reading

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#E2sday: Restricting Social Media at Work – How Does it Affect Productivity? | The Future of Work

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Improving Conversion After the Add-To-Cart « Get Elastic Ecommerce Blog

It’s a bit blurry in the screenshot, but the calls to action are stacked (groan), and given equal “weight” (size, color and prominence). The top button says “keep shopping,” the bottom “shopping bag.” The product page’s content and cross-sells compete … Continue reading

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Chase Bank Uses QR Code in Homepage Banner (NetBanker)

Here’s the first time I’ve seen a QR code used on a bank homepage. After an animation sequence (below) announcing Chase Bank’s new Android mobile banking app, the final graphic displays a code that Android smartphone users can scan to … Continue reading

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The Gifts Project Unwraps – eBay & Index Ventures Inside

Consumers are led through a flow where the group buy is initiated, friends are selected, contributions are tracked, and finally the gift is provided. Early testing and data from eBay Group Gifts has shown a significant increase in average ticket … Continue reading

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Self-Service: Bank of America’s MyFraudProtection Allows Online Review of Suspicious Card Transactions (NetBanker)

How it works ______________________________________________________________________ Step 1: Following the link, I ended up at an entirely new site, running outside online banking where I was required to re-enter my account number (screen 2), last 4 of SSN, zip, and phone number … Continue reading

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The Anatomy of a Perfect Landing Page – Formstack

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Facebook Now Shares Phone Number & Address With Third-Party Apps

“Because this is sensitive information,” reads the announcement, “[…]permissions must be explicitly granted to your application by the user via our standard permissions dialogs.” Take a look at the example permission dialogs box, however, and tell us if you think … Continue reading

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