One of the most impactful ways to improve a site or app is taking a deeper look at the design of it from the minsdet of your users.

Analyzing how a user interacts with your site is crucial to improving Evaluating user experience.

 

We’re making a push to think and act more critically about User Experience in 2017 and want to talk directly to you about it. We’re gearing up for two tradeshow appearances in February. At DeveloperWeek Feb. 11-16 in San Francisco, and Feb. 19-23 at HIMSS in Orlando, Florida. And will be problem-solving on-site at both to improve your UX needs.

UX resources abound

We’ve thought a lot about this, from colors enhancing your mood to analyzing user activity, and wanted to share some thoughts from the XBOSoft team on User Experience and Usability Testing that can be found in our Archives.

From CEO Phil Lew’s recent O’Reilly Fluent conference, “Avoid Citical UX Mistakes and Keep Your Users Coming Back”:

A deeper dive into best practices can be found in the White Paper “Evaluating and Improving Software Usability

And Phil Lew will be giving the tutorial “Improve the Mobile User Experience (UX): Keep Your Users Coming Back” at the upcoming Better Software West conference in June.

We looking forward to connecting, if you make it out to any of our upcoming events! And, stay tuned, because we’ll be posting about wearables next.

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