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Flashback Friday (Jan 11-15): Best Articles in UX, Design & Ecommerce This Week

What's the best of the web this week? Here's a roundup of the most interesting content that caught our eye - our picks of the best UX, Design, Ecommerce & Digital Marketing articles. Happy reading!

UX trends and predictions - Looking back to 2015...

By Jess Lewes
People For Research
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Back at the start of 2015 Neale Pritchard, joint Managing Director at People for Research, made some predictions for the year of what he thought would be big in user experience (UX) and digital. Let's take a look at some of these predictions and see what happened this year in the world of UX.

The User Experience Delusion

By Paul Boag
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It is time for us to redefine what it means to design a user's experience. That starts with us redefining what design is. Too often we see design as pushing pixels and making interfaces. But as we all know, good design is about so much more.

How to Determine the Right Number of Participants for Usability Studies

By Janet M. Six and Ritch Macefield
UXmatters
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UX researchers and other project stakeholders often fervently debate the number of participants that are necessary for usability studies. UX researchers and other project stakeholders often fervently debate the number of participants that are necessary for usability studies.

UX Design in 2016: From Websites to Web Services

By Jerry Cao
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This year was a turning point in web design, with mobile browsing stealing the show, new technologies for better images and faster internet, and of course the general maturation of the industry. Now, more than ever, the gap between web design and UX design is shrinking.

Digital Product Design Principles

By Wouter de Bres
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I wrote down twelve design principles for our team to help us make design decisions. Digital design always solves a problem, otherwise it would be pixel art. Understanding the problem thoroughly is essential to design successful solutions. When discussing the product and design internally, always define the problem first before proposing solutions.

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