How to create good images – and stop that scrolling thumb!

Today, most people use at least one social media channel. And most of the time they check it using a smartphone. This requires a whole lot of scrolling. Your job is to make that scrolling thumb stop, by catching their attention and attract them with your content. This isn’t as easy as one might think!

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Improve your online presence: Make your words inseparable

Let’s get nerdy. I’m back with some practical tips on how you can improve your online presence through fundamental web knowledge that will give your content the polish it deserves. There will be some light HTML talk for all of you who fancy that.

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How to guide your online visitor using visual hierarchy

Have you ever considered why some websites feel more comfortable and easy to browse than others? In this post, you’ll get a brief overview of how the visual hierarchy affects the user experience, and how you can use it to guide your visitor step by step through your site.

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The failure button

It goes without saying that a great user experience in the interaction with a product is crucial for achieving customer satisfaction. My colleague Stellan wrote about this just recently, and there are already many articles covering the topic of UX design, so in this post I’m going to talk about what I personally believe are the two most important components of any kind of user interaction.

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What is the concept of user memory and how could you apply it for customer satisfaction?

A while ago I read an interesting article in Smashing Magazine on the concept of user memory design’ and how that applies to almost any online or offline experience with a brand. In this short post, I will condense what I learned into a quickly digestible summary.

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