How To Measure UI/UX Design Impact On Business (+ Our Own Experience)

Who doesn’t like to use a product that looks pretty?

Yet as a software company owner or product manager, you hesitate to put time and budget into UI/UX design?

The questions lingering in your mind may be: How important is design to product success? Or how would UI/UX contribute to business growth? 

Here at Usersnap, we recently underwent a significant change to our product interface. So we can help answer some of the FAQs you might have with our real-life examples. 

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Best Practices for Flat Design

Flat design can be seen as the more sophisticated cousin of minimalism —all design elements are centered on the idea of simplicity. However, the simplicity of flat design is hard to achieve — everything should be designed with the same goal in mind to create a cohesive visual and functional design.

Let’s look at what you can do to make flat design works for your users.

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Website Feedback Tool: A new way to stress-free customer feedback

Working on new design drafts and website prototypes take a lot of patience and knowledge. When you consider the feedback part of the process it takes even longer.

Email threads, Slack chats, phone calls and meetings – that’s how the feedback is collected and managed. Well, managed? I guess managing feedback through all these channels is barely possible. But here’s the good news.

We are going to show you how to set up your design & feedback workflow for making feedback from colleagues and customers actionable and manageable again.

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Remove the rust: Everything is new in August

The last few weeks we’ve been working on a redesign of our website, rethinking copy and opting for a cleaner design (inspired by Andrew Chen’s recent blog post). We killed a lot of darlings in the process, but happily so. We would love to hear your feedback on our new layout, but first, let me tell you about the driving force behind our redesign mission.

 

Meet Benedikt

Benedikt Reiter is the newest addition to the Usersnap team. He’s a UI/UX-Designer / Frontend Developer with a lot of knowledge of actual programming as well as design. And he’s a Photoshop black belt. Benedikt started developing web applications when he was 13, creating a “little Facebook, but much smaller and not that feature-full”, with about 1500 active users. At 15 he had his first customer.

Always into design and user experience, Benedikt attended the HTL in Perg (Austria) and today he’s about to start the Timebased and Interactive Media track at the University for Art and Industrial Design in Linz.

UX/UI and Responsive Web Design

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