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Last Week in UX Today – 29 June 2015

Here are a few articles I found last week that I thought you would find worthwhile: What Google’s Mobile-First Rules Mean For Your Marketing Strategy Although Google’s addition of ‘mobile friendly’ to it’s search algorithm was announced and implemented weeks ago, the wider implications may not be clearly understood. It’s not just about being mobile

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About UX Acrobat - Marc Niola

Marc is an expert UX professional with a focus on customer-centered design principles, social media, gamification and psychology. He has developed innovative business solutions for global corporations, SME, agencies, clients and brands.

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Last Week in UX Today – 22 June 2015

Here are a few articles I found last week that I thought you would find worthwhile:   Where Social Media and SEO Fit in Today’s Content Marketing Mix Content marketing is one area of specialization that is particularly effective because of its focus on aligning targeted business objectives with customer needs through evolving and multi-channel content objects. This integrated approach is paramount for success as

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About UX Acrobat - Marc Niola

Marc is an expert UX professional with a focus on customer-centered design principles, social media, gamification and psychology. He has developed innovative business solutions for global corporations, SME, agencies, clients and brands.

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Last Week in UX Today – 15 June 2015

Here are a few articles I found last week that I thought you’d find worthwhile: Material Design: Why the Floating Action Button is bad UX design Although Google’s Material (M) design language has been around for over a year, there are still many people still not familiar with it. Fast Company recently did an article called How Google Finally Got

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About UX Acrobat - Marc Niola

Marc is an expert UX professional with a focus on customer-centered design principles, social media, gamification and psychology. He has developed innovative business solutions for global corporations, SME, agencies, clients and brands.

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Last Week in UX Today – 08 June 2015

Here are a few articles I found last week that I thought you’d find worthwhile:   The Dribbblisation of Design This is an older article from last year, but the points expressed about the distinction between product design (including UX) and digital art are still valid. This article uncovers how digital art is masqueraded as product design on Dribbble. After exposing

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About UX Acrobat - Marc Niola

Marc is an expert UX professional with a focus on customer-centered design principles, social media, gamification and psychology. He has developed innovative business solutions for global corporations, SME, agencies, clients and brands.

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New Front Opened: Google Play vs iTunes

New York, New York- This month, Google consolidated and re-branded its Android Market app with the new Google Play. The new website and app integrates Music, Books, Movies, Games and Android Apps under one virtual roof. Google Play products are accessible from its website/app and can be delivered and shared across any Android device. App Market is now Google Play 

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About UX Acrobat - Marc Niola

Marc is an expert UX professional with a focus on customer-centered design principles, social media, gamification and psychology. He has developed innovative business solutions for global corporations, SME, agencies, clients and brands.

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Why Angry Birds is so successful and popular: a cognitive teardown of the user experience

Recently clients have asked about the phenomenally successful casual computer game Angry Birds, designed for mobile phones, tablets and other platforms. Interesting analysis from Mauro New Media into the popularity of the addictive game Angry Birds. Take-Aways: Simple yet engaging interaction concepts: the simple design of Angry Birds creates a low learning barrier to entry, while

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About UX Acrobat - Marc Niola

Marc is an expert UX professional with a focus on customer-centered design principles, social media, gamification and psychology. He has developed innovative business solutions for global corporations, SME, agencies, clients and brands.

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