Optimisation.

Ben Logan
18 December 2013

International company MovingKit.com has announced a newly redesigned website with vastly improved usability and enhanced functions. Their lead designer explained the aim and issues behind the firm’s UX overhaul: “If the end user cannot figure out how to navigate our website that is content that cannot be uncovered. We want our users to know everything we have to offer!” MovingKit.com CMO added: “We have a very large portion of our budget devoted towards marketing. We have to make sure that the people who come to our website are not just coming and then leaving because it is too complicated.” To iron…

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Ben Logan
6 December 2013

As a supplier of data recovery tools for a broad range of popular mainstream applications and file formats, Open File Tool users will agree that their latest major update of the PowerPoint program has impressively enhanced performance along with the intuitive UI that people know and love. The PPTX Opener is based on a brand-new recovery core, now enabling the program to restore data from PowerPoint files that are seemingly irrecoverable using other software of this kind. It uses a combination of advanced proprietary algorithms to identify and extract as much data as possible. In terms of the user interface,…

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Ben Logan
18 November 2013

On Friday (November 15), electronics giant Samsung took the next step in making its user interface compatible with all browsers, instead of its traditional internal Global Enterprise Resource Planning (G-ERP) UI. Samsung is aiming to enhance corporate productivity by becoming less dependent on IE while allowing diverse web environments for its employees globally. The new web standards-compliant UI now supports a range of different browsers and multiple platforms without needing to install virus-prone Internet Explorer-only features such as ActiveX. The G-ERP project began in 2009 in order to integrate Samsung’s ERP systems across the world. According to industry sources, the…

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Ben Logan
24 June 2013

Those looking to escape to sunnier climes in beautiful Italy this summer will be pleased to know about a new online travel option. Yalla Yalla, a platform dedicated to the booking of travel packages and cruises provided by the top Italian tour operators, has just relaunched their website with a much improved user experience that has customers brimming with praise. The site underwent extensive A/B and usability testing for the redesign, with the focus on optimal user satisfaction. Innovative and improved features facilitate the ability to quickly and intuitively search for holiday and cruise packages tailored to individual needs, or…

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Ben Logan
21 March 2013

Background processes have long been the bane of the computer user, with tasks eating up system resources often for fairly trivial ends, and a new report shows that smartphones are no longer immune to this issue. Recently published research has shown that a shocking seven out of ten smartphone data sessions are not initiated by the user and have a potentially negative impact on user experience. Actix, who conducted the survey, studied data from eight networks across multiple continents and discovered that many applications are making up to ten connections an hour to check for updates. Facebook, Twitter and email…

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Ben Logan
26 February 2013

NASDAQ’s official US stock market website has just gone live as a new and improved version following a redesign. Amongst the fresh features on the website is a three panel Homepage, which clearly and prominently displays real time market data, breaking news, market analysis, top-performing stocks, charting, investigating strategies and more. What has been labelled as a “streamlined quote search interface” will direct users towards up to date stock information as part of “a unified site design built on the principles of responsive design”. None of the site’s previous content has been disabled or removed, with Flashquote, Real Time, Summary…

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