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21 UX Design Examples That Work and Why


A good UX design helps to make your product easier to use and create a delightful experience. Here are the best examples of good B2B SaaS UX designs and why they work: Userpilot breaks down long processes onto multiple screens to prevent overwhelming users with too many options. UI is, in fact, a part of UX.

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What Is Conversational UX and Why Is It Taking Over?


With the latest advances in AI technology and the widespread adoption of chatbots in the SaaS industry, conversational UX design has become a necessity to avoid low-effort conversational interfaces over customer satisfaction. AI chatbots, voice assistants, and interactive apps are the main examples of conversational UX use cases.

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How to increase trust through UX design?

UX Studio

How to build trust through UX design? With this in mind, how can we build trust through UX design? Moreover, as building trust relies heavily on communication, UX writing plays an essential role. Searching for the right UX agency? UX studio has successfully worked with over 250 companies worldwide.

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David Hamill Talks About Mistakes Organizations Make in Regard to UX Research

The Product Coalition

UX consultant David Hamill explains several points that compromise genuine UX research practices. A UX researcher’s job, like the scientist, is to test theories in regard to how users engage digital services. Thinking that democratising research means you don’t need any UX researchers. Why is that? David Hamill.

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Ramping-up Your Digital CX Strategy: Adaptation of Omni Channel and Conversational Support

Speaker: Michael McMillan - Customer Experience Expert, TEDx Speaker, and Author

In this webinar, Michael McMillan, a CX expert with extensive experience in both B2B and B2C markets, will help you transform your customer journey and elevate company outcomes by evaluating key aspects of your CX strategy.

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Hiring a UX designer won’t magically solve your product problems & other UX misconceptions debunked

Modus Create

You might have read a little about user experience design and now believe adding a UX designer will be the panacea for your messy product. You might have even seen the statistic that every $1 invested in UX can return up to $100 in revenue , and you wanted that $100 return yesterday. Now bring in one solo UX designer.

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Product and UX design – effective ways to work together

Mind the Product

Product designers, UX designers, information architects – whatever title you choose for them – are the product people with responsibility for user experience. Read more » The post Product and UX design – effective ways to work together appeared first on Mind the Product. They play an essential role in shaping a product.

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Product Managers & UX Research: How Bridging the Experience Gap Can Propel Teams Forward

Speaker: Shakima Jackson-Martinez, Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and Kristin Zibell, Director of Research Products and Services

How inclusive is your UX research? If anyone were to pick up your product and use it, would they feel safe during their experience, or is there a chance they'd be unintentionally harmed by it? This is where Experience Gap research comes in, and why inclusive research is crucial for your business and your customers.

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How to Increase Your Research Efficiency and Move You From Insights to Action, Faster

Speaker: Michele Ronsen, UX Expert and Founder of Curiosity Tank

Conducting UX Research can often be a daunting task. Join Michele Ronsen, UX Expert and Founder of Curiosity Tank, for an illuminating conversation on the ins and outs of efficient and effective UX research. First, we have to ask the right questions, to the right people, in the right way. into action takes finesse.

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The Ultimate Guide to Conversion Rate Optimization

And, “Is the issue a technical breakdown, or is it the UX flow?”, Every business has a strategic responsibility to improve Conversion Rate Optimization—and the key to improving conversion in your product is to never stop asking questions. If you’re stuck wondering: “What causes most users to leave?” then you’ve come to the right spot.

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Add Value with a Dashboard Refresh: What You Need to Know

Speaker: Miles Robinson, Agile and Management Consultant, Motivational Speaker

Join Miles Robinson, former UX and Design Manager, as he explains the different ways to refresh your dashboards - and how to determine what's the best path to product dashboard success. Are they adding value to your product? Do your users benefit from them anymore? What should be improved, and what do we have the resources to improve?

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Encouraging Innovation in an Established Product Culture

Speaker: Richard Cardran, Chief Creative Officer and VP Strategy, HIA Technologies

We'll examine the importance of UX and user-centric feature analysis, the adaptation of Agile Methodologies to the creative process, as well as a way to drive successful culture change for setting expectations and winning approvals with cross-functional stakeholders.

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The Art and Science of Explaining Your Product Strategy

Speaker: Jason Tanner, CEO of Applied Frameworks

Ideation, discovery, research, and analysis all inform the development of a product strategy that evolves iteratively as the product team learns more about customers, their problems, and potential solutions. However, effective communication of product strategy often presents challenges for product leaders.

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Building a Research Flywheel: A Helpful Guide for Product Managers & Their Teams

Speaker: Jessica Hall, Product Strategy & Design Leader and Co-Author of The Product Mindset

You’ve heard of Amazon and Vanguard, two of the most successful customer-focused businesses in the world, but have you heard Jim Collins’ Flywheel Effect? You might be surprised to learn that neither of these businesses would be where they are today without it.

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How Product Managers Can Define a Product Vision to Guide Their Team

Speaker: Christian Bonilla, VP of Product Management at UserTesting

Every product team wants to build things users love. The goal may sound simple, but it’s hard to do. It’s why breakthrough products rarely happen by accident. Rather, they start with a strong product vision. Getting that vision right is one of the most important responsibilities of the product team.