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Flashback Friday: Best Articles in UX, Design & Ecommerce This Week (May 2-6)

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!

Interview with Steve Krug: how to get DIY usability testing right

By Oliver Lindberg
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Nine years after the seminal Don’t Make Me Think, usability consultant Steve Krug wrote another book that very few people know about — but everybody should. He told Oliver Lindberg why DIY usability testing is so beneficial

100 Conversion Growth Tips From The CRO Experts

By Jason Quey
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Want a list of the 100 best CRO tips? Our list has conversion growth written all over it, with these CRO experts giving their best advice.

Website Forms Usability: Top 10 Recommendations

By Kathryn Whitenton
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Follow these well-established — but frequently ignored — guidelines to ensure users can successfully complete your website forms.

Lessons Learned from Failure: 6 Expert Designers Open Up

By Roger Huang
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Become a better designer by learning from the mistakes of others.

The 23-Point UX Design Checklist

By Fabio Muniz
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During the design process, some flaws in your product will go unnoticed. Those little (or sometimes big) things can do a lot to hurt the experience that the user has while using your software. We put together a list of points for you to check before the design is signed off.

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