• What is OmniChannel?

    by  • 22/01/2015 • 0 Comments

    Defining omnichannel and the value of the omniscient customer experience. In marketing and technology you often know that something is still new when you can’t find one unanimous way to spell it. Ecommerce, eCommerce, e-commerce – remember those days? We now find Omni-channel, omnichannel and omni channel across the web, each attached to prestigious...

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    52 Innovative UI Design Concepts to Boost User Experience

    by  • 04/08/2014 • 0 Comments

    Creative UI Design Concepts to Improve User Experience Here is a list of modern and creative UI Concepts and designs which are playing a very important role in interface designing. UI design involves a lot of creativity, inspiration and motivation along with the people-skills necessary to communicate effectively with clients. Namaz Mobil APP by Seyid TURGUT Source My IT...

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    WHAT YOUR PHONE SAYS ABOUT YOU

    by  • 18/06/2014 • 0 Comments

    A decade ago, this feature would have been completely redundant. The phone you had didn’t define you as a person so much as the amount of money you had and how much money you could be bothered spending on the damn thing. Today in 2014, however, our mobile phones are so much more a...

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    The State of In-Car UX

    by  • 22/04/2014 • 0 Comments

    We are surrounded by bad design. You witness it when you’re taking cash out of an ATM. You experience it when getting your boarding pass from the airport kiosk. You feel it when setting the clock on your stove. Simply put, bad design is everywhere—especially inside your vehicle. With so many industries placing more...

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    8 Questions Powerful People Ask Themselves Every Day

    by  • 11/04/2014 • 0 Comments

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    Powerful people, intelligent people, wise people, the most grounded people, all do one thing that most others don’t: They talk to themselves. They’re not crazy. In fact, they’re quite the opposite. Powerful individuals understand that nothing in their lives, themselves included, is stable continuously forever. Things change. People change. The only way to stay...

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    Responsive Design vs. Adaptive Delivery

    by  • 26/03/2014 • 0 Comments

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    There has been a pretty aggressive sales curve away from the PC and towards mobile devices. 2012 marked the year that PC sales were projected to be lower than the previous calendar year and tablet sales are expected to exceed 100 million this year. While the growth of the mobile web isn’t news today, the...

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