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Flashback Friday: Best Articles in UX, Design & Ecommerce This Week (April 18-22)

What's the best of UX this week? We cherry-picked the most interesting articles on UX, Design, Ecommerce, Product & Digital Marketing from around the web.

Sharing is caring, so please share this with colleagues and friends (unless you don't have any friends - yes, I'm looking at you 😉 ) Who knows, this could be something to talk about when you're back in the office on Monday. Happy reading!

Designing For The Internet Of Emotional Things

By Pamela Pavliscak
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Personalization algorithms can shape what you discover, where you focus attention, and even who you interact with online. When these algorithms work well, they can feel like a friend.

5 Steps to Successful Enterprise UX Research

By Rian Van Der Merwe
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When an abundance of stakeholders are involved in a product, user research is the only way to focus a whole team on the real needs and goals required for success.

Product Listing UX: Highlight Items Already in the User's Cart (96% Don't)

By Christian Holst
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Our e-commerce usability testing shows that list items should be highlighted if the user already have added the item to their cart - yet 96% of sites don’t.

Checklist for Planning Usability Studies

By Hoa Loranger
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Planning a user test? Follow these 9 steps to make sure you are prepared.

What to Do When Your A/B Test Doesn’t Win: The Essential Checklist

By Rich Page
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Unless you are an A/B testing and CRO expert, did you realize that most of your A/B test results won’t get a winning result? You may have even experienced this disappointment yourself if you’ve tried A/B testing. Some good news though. You can actually do something with these inconclusive A/B tests and turn them into better tests with a much greater chance of succeeding.