Around 86% of people fill out at least one web form a week. Though, not each user actually completes it. One of the reasons is poor design of the web forms. This results in a lot of missed opportunities for companies, the most crucial being lost revenue and a worsening relationship with clients.
Most users will abandon your app after a single use. That’s why providing a smooth user experience should be among your top priorities. Moreover, each dollar invested in usability could return as much as $100. And the first step towards improving your UX is running usability testing.
For business, software data is the most valuable asset. Without the ability to properly visualize and manipulate the data, it has zero value as it prevents users from making informed decisions. I decided to show where data table design steps into the breach and how it helps to fix this.
According to Localytics, more than 60% of customers disappear within the first month after trying out a new app. Only 20% will make it to the end of a three-month period. But is there really nothing you can do about this “customer engagement toll”?
The speed at which AI tech is advancing today, traditional UI may soon become a relic of the past. The future, it seems, will belong to a new type of UI – powered by advanced chatbot scripts.
While the superintelligent AI remains a thing of the future, chatbots and voice assistants can cheer you up and remind you to exercise. Today is the day you’ll learn how to actually design engaging conversational interfaces.
Over 11,000 bots were launched on Facebook Messenger in a three-month period after the app opened itself as a platform for bots. That’s around 120 bots per day. So, how to make people love your chatbot when a large chunk of them try out a bot once and never come back?