UX in retail – meetup summary

At Mobile UX London‘s meetup, “Mobile UX in Retail”, we heard from Sabrina Duda from ThoughtWorks, and Alex Baggallay and Sann Misra from PwC about their experiences and expectations about UX in retail. Insights… Nordstrom Nordstrom will analyse the Pinterest activity in the local area and place those item in the store window. Sales went… Continue reading UX in retail – meetup summary

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Random form questions

Collection of confusing or unnecessary questions found in online forms Testing. An X for accept?   A word that doesn’t contain the same letter 3 times….   Or why not just remove the need for a username, and just let users log in with their email address?

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We’re not that different

One of my favourite twitter pages is Very British Problems. A few examples are shown below. Very British Problem “Honestly, it’s fine, look… don’t worry about it” – Translation: I will never forget this. Never. — VeryBritishProblems (@SoVeryBritish) June 14, 2015 Procedure for being unthanked for door holding: 1. Keep eyes fixed on culprit 2.… Continue reading We’re not that different

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How Pinterest prevented me “acting a fool”

When I was a student I had a thing about building a library of art books that looked cool (and I would occasionally thumb through for inspiration). To be fair quite a lot of money went into building up my bookshelf. I would buy art books all the time. Especially if they were discounted. Once I… Continue reading How Pinterest prevented me “acting a fool”