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Flashback Friday: Best Articles in UX, Design & Ecommerce This Week (April 25-29)

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

Sharing is caring, so please share this with colleagues and friends - who knows, this could be something to talk about when you're back in the office on Monday. Happy reading!

What does simplicity in UX design look like?

By Tom Krcha
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For over a decade, designers have debated what constitutes simplicity in user experience design. Simplicity could refer to a clean design (then there’s the disparity of what “clean” actually looks like), the complexity of the experience, or even the required coding.

The Way We Build : Airbnb Design

By Alex Schleifer
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How rethinking the Airbnb app changed the way we approach design.

You’re the center of the universe: A UX guide to designing virtual reality experiences

By Samantha Anderson
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With the rise of consumer-grade VR technology, we've entered a new era of UX design. Things are about to get real. Very real.

How to Design with Difficult Clients in UX Projects

By Miranda Slayter
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Working around their struggles (or hangups) may sound like walking on eggshells, but how you establish yourself to the client is imperative at the beginning of the process. Get tips for persuading clients during difficult conversations.

Epic UX Fails (and the Lessons We Can Learn)

By Simon Cocking
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Often there are more lessons to be learned from a failure than a success. Simon Cocking walks us through some UX fails and the lessons we can take. We hope these examples will inspire and help others through describing these ‘challenging’ moments when you think I wish it would just do x instead of y …