MOBILE UX DESIGN - JERRY LIEVELD

Passionate about UX, Mobile, Design Craft and connected experiences.

jerry lieveld
founder and chief creative at dare.to.difr

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Three common mistakes businesses make with customer experience

Customer experience design is a way to successfully differentiate brands and build loyalty that results in boosting top line and bottom line performance. But, there are some common traps in customer experience design where businesses get caught that can actually work in opposition to…

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Baking Behavioral Nudges Into The Products We Own

For better or worse, human beings tend to fall into predictable patterns, though we all like to think that we still have some semblance of power over the daily decisions that make up our lives. bit.ly/1ncAALH

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Is there Room for Sexy in Enterprise Design?

Eight years ago, while working at SAP, I overheard someone say our products needed to be “sexier.” I remember cringing. Fast-forward to today, and the lingo hasn’t changed much. bit.ly/1kN59DP

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Putting people first When science, customer service, and human subjects research collide. Now what?

Mary L. Gray wrote a long essay for ethnographymatters that argues that technology builders and interface designers, data scientists and ethnographers (working in industry and at universities alike) “are now, officially, doing human subjects research”. bit.ly/1ru0efY

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Google: 6 Reasons Why Nobody Uses Your App

Nobody using your app? It’s okay, you aren’t alone. Here’s what may have gone wrong, according to Google. There’s a dirty secret behind many of those hot new app startups you hear about every week. They have seed funding and a flashy landing page….

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Adapting Scrum to a UX Model

Agile methodology—more specifically Scrum—is an increasingly popular approach to increasing the speed of software development while maintaining flexibility. Scrum works well when an entire team is collocated. Real-time communication happens between team members during daily Scrum meetings. bit.ly/1xKg34Z

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The Social History of the Smartphone

Ever since I figured out that the design work that I do is really rooted in psychology and physiology, I’ve been fascinated by human behavior. A key facet of human behavior is the influence the environment has on people. bit.ly/1xKg2y3

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Material world: how Google discovered what software is made of

Matias Duarte, vice president of design at Google, is telling me about the central principle of Material Design. It’s the unifying metaphor behind Google’s new design direction, providing a unified set of physics and rules for how software should look and act. It’s also a little weird. bit.ly/1loE2Op

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Material world: how Google discovered what software is made of

Matias Duarte, vice president of design at Google, is telling me about the central principle of Material Design. It’s the unifying metaphor behind Google’s new design direction, providing a unified set of physics and rules for how software should look and act. It’s also a little weird. bit.ly/1loE2Op

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Crossing the Great UX–Agile Divide

In 2002, interaction design pioneer Alan Cooper debated Kent Beck, creator of the Extreme Programming (XP) variant of agile, about the differences between their respective approaches to building software. bit.ly/1mdtCkG

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Methods to Achieve User Delight

Designers like to talk about achieving the ultimate goal of “user delight.” In fact, it’s one of our primary goals where I work at RelateIQ. It’s not enough to just provide information and functionality anymore. Successful product teams go one step further and aim to delight their users. bit.ly/1wvxEwM

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Anatomy Of A Cannes Contender: Becoming Sweetie, The Little Girl Who Took On Child Predators

As the Cannes Lions get underway, we talk with creatives about the key decisions that helped them transform their visions into award-worthy campaigns. The “Becoming Sweetie” campaign had a lofty aim: to mobilize the world to end webcam child sex tourism. bit.ly/V2nUNw

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Six Universal Principles of Modern User Experience

A set of guiding principles for the design of digital user experiences across web sites, mobile devices, and social networks.I collected and wrote these principles for the group of 45 UX Designers that comprise the User Experience Community of Practice at the non-profit where I work. bit.ly/1j02rtK

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The Right Way to Ask Users for iOS Permissions

Brenden Mulligan is a co-founder and designer at Cluster, a web and mobile app which enables users to create private social networks around interests and experiences. Brenden previously created and sold ArtistData and Onesheet. bit.ly/1ilEVwA

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