Twitter is for everyone, but many new users thought otherwise. Sixty percent of them joined and then never returned.
We worked with Twitter to help people new to the service figure out what's in it for them. And why they should stick around.
Based on our recommendations, Twitter launched a new flow and design for the first-time use experience. Following the launch, twenty nine percent more first-time users complete the onboarding process than they did with the previous design.
Hours and hours of talks from some of the smartest, funniest, most captivating and inspiring people we know. All in one place.
Even if you’re not in the business of designing or creating apps, or even anything related to UX, the Adaptive Path app is worth a look. First, it’s free; second, it has an incredible amount of entertaining, informative content that you can watch on your device or share with others via email via an in-app button; and third, it looks great and works well ...
Darrell Etherington, GigaOM
Woah! An @adaptivepath app with videos from all their conferences. Instant install.
Whether you need to infuse your practice with more modern methods, provide a new perspective, or want tools to help identify and prioritize solutions, our trainings will have immediate impact on your team’s daily practice.
Our workshop-style UX Intensive and Good Design Faster trainings are great for building skills and giving you tools you can put to work right away.
Our Elements of UX and Real World UX trainings give an introduction to user experience and show you how to bring UX thinking to your organization.
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Two days after your training a new client came to [us]... we decided to use your sketchboard technique. The results were astonishing! We came up with a design that exceeded everything we've done before.
Lyubomir, Norway Media
We've always been committed to advancing the practice of experience design. One of our favorite ways is hosting kick-ass events. Join us.
I learned a metric ton about strategy, research and information architecture, and the final design session was the perfect mix of 'putting it all together' meets 'everybody just having a good time and enjoying each other's insights.
I am going to need two of me to implement all the ideas I'm taking home from #uxweek.