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Make Fully Functional Prototypes to Improve Usability Testing
Make Fully Functional Prototypes to Improve Usability Testing by UXPin

Launching a successful digital product takes a lot of effort. Working hard, however, does not ensure that users will adopt your product.  The truth is users may resign from your product because you haven’t tested the product before release.  If you skipped creating an advanced, fully functional prototype and decided to go with a low-fidelity

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4 tips for User Testing Your Prototype by Lindsey Allard

Even the best ideas can’t guarantee success. No matter how certain you are about a new concept, the only way to create a good product is by getting real feedback and building upon it. Here are our tips that will help you make the most out of your user testing.

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16 Enchantingly Interactive Sites You Cant Ignore
Engaging, interactive websites and what you can learn from them by Jerry Cao

Some sites look good and some sites function well, but there are some interactive websites that do both with an extra sense of magic. These websites engage us on a deeper level, command our attention, and take root in our imagination. They draw us into their world and make us forget our own — if

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Selecting The Right Open-Source Project in React Ecosystem by UXPin

Open source projects provide a unique way to work collaboratively with other people and learn through teamwork. It’s not rocket science, but it’s safe to say that a lot goes into choosing the right open source project in the React ecosystem.  So, for anyone looking to take up on a challenge and commit, we’ve made

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What is an Affinity Diagram
What is an Affinity Diagram and How It Can Help You by UXPin

The affinity diagram offers a framework for grouping information, be it data, user needs, opinions, insights, or other data types.  Affinity diagrams are when you put each concept, idea, or thought onto a small piece of notepaper. Then, you group ideas by different categories to see what the affinity of the two ideas could be.

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