Here are some interesting finds on UI/UX for the week!
Great article about the considerations to have when designing a pricing page. The psychological aspect of it is particularly relevant and the details that it highlights. For instance.
“The dollar sign serves as a trigger to remind people of the value of money. What they should be thinking about is the value of your product.”
Creating trust with UX. Being able to deliver honest products is of crucial importance. Some interesting tidbits of the article includes.
“If information is presented clearly with precision, user’s won’t feel like they’ve to look elsewhere to solve their problems.”
Better Customer Experience. A relevant article about customer onboarding, and how that process can be crucial in creating retention and loyalty.
“When it all boils down, there aren’t many customers who get a lot of value from new feature release emails or blog posts.”
“Try an in-product announcement, and I guarantee you’ll see significant lift in feature adoption.”
EBAY design principles. Because at their core, every company has design principles they live by, which aligns with their brand and the product they are delivering to their customers.
“With ebay.com/design and paypal.com/design, we announced our intentions to the world. These destinations articulated the excitement of designing for commerce and payments, the design principles we rally around, and celebrated our designers publicly…”