One often overlooked demographic is older adults, who represent a rapidly growing market with unique needs and preferences. Age inclusive design is the key to unlocking the potential of this market, and delighting your customers in the process.
It’s time for the banks to listen up! People won’t go to open an account if they don’t fully understand the product and/or can’t get their questions answered with support. So while banks may be working to optimize each individual part of the journey to try to convert customers, the reality is that the entire experience needs to be stitched together for people to feel confident enough to actually convert.
You might have even noticed those pop-up emojis as suggestions on Facebook which make you want to react using one of them!
A technique which has tremendous potential for driving engagement that often goes overlooked during the design process is micro-interactions, which designers need to ensure to consider.
The customer always pays for an experience and satisfaction; thus the only means to attain them can be sold and delivered by creating human-centered design.
What matters to designers is to know and understand how latent learning and cognitive mapping fit in the UX research scenario.
What does it really take to deliver a good chatbot experience? What do people/users expect from a chatbot, and what ruins that experience?