Don’t Let Your Brain Deceive You: Avoiding Bias In Your UX Feedback

Posted by | | Statistics · User Experience · User Research · UX Design

    You know that user feedback is crucial — after all, your users will decide whether your app succeeds or not — but how do you know whether users are being fair and objective in their feedback? We can tell you: They won’t be. All of your users will be giving you biased feedback. They can’t help it. The post Don’t Let Your Brain Deceive You: Avoiding Bias In Your UX Feedback appeared first on Smashing Magazine. Source: Smashing Magazine

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Popular Posts Shortcode

Posted by | | Design · functions · posts · SEO · shortcode · Statistics

In my recent post, DIY WordPress Popular Posts, I share a simple, two-step technique for tracking and displaying popular posts on your WordPress-powered site. That post describes everything needed to fully implement DIY popular posts, but some folks wanted an easier (more convenient) way to display the list of popular posts on the front-end (instead of using template code). And as a bonus, make it possible to specify the category and number of posts. So in this quick follow-up tutorial, I share a sweet little shortcode that does exactly that: […]

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Global Browser Statistics

Posted by | · | Analytics · Statistics

As a web designer it is important to follow browser statistics and screen resolution statistics which play a integral role in how web design evolves. You can see from the statistics below that the Web Browser war is currently being won by Chrome with a significant market share of almost 30%. Web Browser Market Share   Web Browsers Breakdown 1 Chrome 39 27.01% 2 Firefox 34 8.23% 3 Internet Explorer 11 7.93% 4 Safari 8 7.27% 5 Chrome 36 5.17% 6 Safari 7 5.02% 7 Internet Explorer 8 4.07% 8 […]

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