User Experience (UX) design is a broad field. It’s not just about usability, interaction design and information architecture, it also involves various domains such as psychology, strategy, copywriting, management, ergonomics, SEO, social media and so on. We strive to improve our users’ experience regardless of who they are (children, teenager or elderly), where they are (indoor or outdoor; US, Europe or Asia), what they use (desktop, tablet, mobile) and which channels they are on (online/digital or offline/physical).
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In this tutorial, we will create a Magento module that will capture an affiliate referral from a third-party source (e.g. an external website or newsletter) and include a HTML script on the checkout success page once this referral has been converted.
We will be covering the following topics:
Capturing URI request data, Saving to and retrieving values from cookies, Adding custom content to the checkout success page, Adding module configuration to the Magento admin panel, Creating a community module with no hard-coded settings.
How To Create An Affiliate Tracking Module In Magento
How do you make sure all the software products you spend time building are something that your customers will actually want to buy? It’s one thing to spend a few weeks coding your next big idea. But are you sure that you have an audience of customers that want what you’ve built?
The last thing you want is to create something, invest in Adwords, only have your potential customers arrive non-plussed, and then navigate away, never to return again.
Building Something That Your Users Will Actually Want To Buy
The history of the Internet has been a steady march towards websites that are richer, bigger and more interactive. As websites have become more robust, we — as designers and developers — have often placed the burden on our users to make more decisions, each of which distracts them from their wants and needs.
Image source: Johan Larsson.
However, by using a combination of technical solutions and some careful decision-making on our part, we can often remove interface barriers for our users.
Removing Interface Elements: Should You Ask The User Or Their Browser?
Today we are pleased to feature the Polaris UI icon set that includes useful UI components and 48 beautiful icons. This freebie was created by the team at Designmodo. As usually, you can use the set for all of your projects for free and without any restrictions.
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48 Pleasant Polaris UI Kit + Linecons Icons For Free
One of the best patterns for browsing a small collection of featured products is the carousel. Unfortunately, many mobile app implementations do not offer an engaging or satisfying carousel experience and are not effective at driving conversions.
In this article, we’ll use the analogy of a real-world amusement park carousel to explain what makes for an authentically mobile user experience, and we’ll give you the design, the complete source code and a downloadable mini-app, which you can use today to add an enjoyable and effective carousel to your own app on phones and tablets.
A Definitive Guide To The Android Carousel Design Pattern