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Great Form: The UX of Decision Fatigue and Explicit Choice

In the first Great Form UX article I provided 10 UX tips to increase web form conversion. We’ve done quite a bit more work with forms since then, and I’ve had the opportunity to learn more about form design, which I’m excited to share in this post.   Decision Fatigue describes the deteriorating quality of decisions made by …

UX Magic: “Faster” Load Times Through Design Pt. 1

We live in a time of quick response, instant gratification and ever expanding options. Our expectations of the tools we use are that they will help us maximize our time, efficiency, productivity. When it feels like a website or application is wasting this precious time we become increasingly likely to take our business elsewhere…and if it’s happening while we’re …

Mobile QA Testing: Manual or Automated Testing?

Mobile application testing can be quite a challenge for a Quality Assurance (QA) testing team. Mobile applications often are required to function on a variety of devices featuring different hardware capabilities, configurations, and specifications. There are several types of testing that focus on different areas of the application, as well as automated …

Healthcare Reform Explained ( Video )

2014 is right around the corner. Are you confused about how the new healthcare reform law really works? This short animated movie explains the problems with the current healthcare system, the changes that are happening now, and the big changes coming in 2014. Written and produced by the Kaiser Family Foundation (we …

3 Ways Mobile Apps are Improving the Healthcare

The explosive growth of mobile technology has had dramatic results within the health care industry, changing relationships between providers and patients, and giving individuals the information required to take more personal responsibility for their own care. Ultimately, this shift in the industry toward mobile apps has the potential to greatly improve public …