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    a/b testing

    Data, Diversity, and Design

    1024 467 Shamir Duverseau

    Does diversity in design make a difference? What key role does design play in this process? And if so, how do we measure this and tie it to meeting and exceeding business goals? These were some of the questions we tackled last month at the dmi: Diversity in Design conference in Washington D.C. In our session, and in this post, we explore how this understanding of human cognition squares with our roles as designers and digital strategists, including how and why digital experiences should reflect the realities of the diverse audiences for whom we are designing.

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    Increasing Email Engagement with Simple Testing

    1024 467 Alex Corzo

    It’s easy to become complacent with your digital marketing efforts. Take email, for example. You deploy communications, people open them at a satisfactory rate, you move on to the next agenda item. But if you asked a smart panda, they’d tell you that you might be leaving considerable engagement on the table—and missing out on…

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    4 Methods for Improving Conversion Rates

    752 470 Shamir Duverseau

    Conversion rate optimization— it’s a mouthful. It’s also a science and an art … and frankly, a lot of work. But few aspects of your digital marketing strategy are more important than this cumbersome term. Our crowd of friends at Wikipedia define conversion rate optimization (CRO) as, “a system for increasing the percentage of visitors…

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    3 Ways to Get More from A/B Testing

    1024 512 Shamir Duverseau

    3 ways to maximize the value of your a/b testing platform “Why isn’t everyone doing this?” That was the overwhelming thought that went through my head the first time I was introduced to A/B testing almost a decade ago. Now, 10 years later, I am still in awe of the number of organizations that have…

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    A/B Testing: Can You Learn from a Mobile App Test Netflix Probably Didn’t Run?

    1024 683 Shamir Duverseau

    Last week I heard a story on NPR revealing that Netflix has been reducing the speed and quality of its videos — a practice called throttling — for customers streaming them on AT&T and Verizon wireless networks.* A week after the carriers were accused of throttling video speeds on their networks, Netflix stepped forward to take…

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    Giving Your Site the UX Factor

    500 230 Cheryl Myers

      While the tools we use to create and measure the success of digital media continue to evolve, the success of your site or application still hinges on just one thing: the value it brings to your customers. How users experience your site—and how they feel about it when they leave—will determine whether you win…

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