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Create And Design Compelling Websites With The Ultimate Guide to User Experience Video Course [Deals]

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Your website is often the first interaction customers have with your brand, and effective user experience can boost sales, bolster conversion rates, and improve customer satisfaction. Don’t you owe it to yourself to know how to implement it?

Well, that’s exactly what The Ultimate Guide to User Experience Video Course will teach you. And Cult of Mac Deals has this course for 75% off the regular price – only $49 – for a very limited time.

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Create Compelling Websites With This UX Video Course [Deals]

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Your website is often the first interaction customers have with your brand; and effective UX can boost sales, bolster conversion rates, and improve customer satisfaction – so don’t you owe it to yourself to know how to implement it?

Well now you can learn how to create websites your users will love – thanks to Cult of Mac Deals – with this UX video course for only $59. That’s a savings of 70%!

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10 Mistakes That Can Sink An App, A Mobile Site, And A Company’s Reputation

10 Mistakes That Can Sink An App, A Mobile Site, And A Company’s Reputation

10 mobile mistakes can ruin a company or developer's reputation

Apple’s meticulous focus on design and usability is one of the hallmarks of its products. That attention to detail is evident in almost every Apple product, but iOS devices epitomize Apple minimalist approach and its goal of removing any barrier between the user and a great user experience. Unfortunately, not all iOS developers or mobile web developers get to that same level of minimal and effortless design.

There are probably hundreds of small ways that developers can miss the mark when designing iOS apps or creating content designed for mobile devices, but Gartner research director Johan Jacobs notes that most mobile app/experience design failures boil down to ten common mistakes.

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