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Flashback Friday: Best Articles in UX, Design & Ecommerce This Week (June 13-17)

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.

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Conversion Rate Optimization Best Practice: Ignore Best Practices

By Chris Goward
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Why do marketers insist on looking for “best practices” and “conversion optimization tips” that simply don't work? Conversion rate optimization (CRO) is context

Design a winning UX portfolio

By Ian Fenn
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For any user experience designer looking for work, a design portfolio is practically mandatory these days. Apple, Google, IBM, and Adobe are among the many companies that insist job candidates submit a UX portfolio along with their CV. Hiring managers will review both documents, but typically only those with a decent portfolio will be invited to interview.

Why and how to comprehensively test the mobile usability of your site

By Andy Favell
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Testing with Google’s mobile-friendly and page-speed tests is a good, but if you really want competitive edge on the mobile web this is just the starting point.

How to run effective remote unmoderated usability tests

By Karri Ojanen
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Remote usability testing can help you to gather customer insights when the timeframe is tight and test participants are geographically dispersed. Running tests...

UX Research: 3 Key Design Principles for Product Listing Information

By Christian Holst
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Our e-commerce usability research shows that there's 3 core principles for how to design list item information – and that more than 50% of sites get 2+ wrong!

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