Last month our CEO and Founder, Ania Rodriguez, joined the South Florida Interactive Marketing Association to discuss “Optimizing User Experience for Conversion”. She joined other panelists from Ion Interactive and HiConversion. Top takeaways from the event: […]
UX design has become synonymous with improving the look and feel of products that shape our digital world. However, this doesn’t mean user-centered design hasn’t found its way into our homes and offices in other ways. Physical spaces are now getting a second look optimize user experience.
We’ve taken our research methods from the lab and into the wild.
The trends in mobile are changing rapidly. Feature priorities are broad and users’ expectations are demanding. Clients cannot simply take their traditional site and miniaturize it to fit on the screen of a smart phone or they’ll lag behind their competitors.
Our clients understand this and they’re considering their audience as a critical component to developing a successful solution.
In an effort to help our clients evaluate user behavior across form factors and operating systems that exist in this dynamic mobile world, we’ve found a few tools that help us move from the lab and into the wild.
We can’t imagine we’re alone as we notice a dramatic change, recently, in the needs of our customers. It seems that rather than independently testing how users consume the lean-back broadcast experience and the lean-forward web and mobile experiences as we did in the past, top brands are seeking our expertise to understand how these two mediums collide and complement one another.
With Nielsen reporting that 60 percent of people surf the web while watching TV, we certainly can’t blame them.
What are we doing at KLI to help our clients take advantage of the multi-screen opportunity?