Prolific North Live is back for the third year and so are we! Over 120 exhibitors and +4000 attendees are predicted to attend the largest conference showcasing businesses based in the North of England.
How consumers move through your website is down to so much more than the navigation bar sat on your home page. Modern day users are busy and aren’t willing to put in the time to find the information they need. By carefully designing your websites Information Architecture and Navigation functionalities you can delight users by helping them find what they need with minimal effort.
2017 has been a great year for UX with cleaner, easier to use interfaces becoming common practise. Here are 4 of the trends I loved in web design during 2017.
Understanding your users is the key to delivering the best solution for potential customers. Conducting user research provides you with the tools to create a better user experience and ensure your website fully supports your business requirements.
I always look forward to unconferences. It’s their unpredictability and element of surprise that I enjoy, you never quite know what the day will bring. I love the edgy feel, the lower barrier to entry, and that it’s OK to fluff your words or try something new. Sensing the nerves of the ones who unexpectedly present for the first time, witnessing how energising their experience is, discovering a topic or theme for the first time, or taking the mic because you feel inspired by others are all reasons I’m drawn to attend and why CTI Digital was proud to be one of the sponsors.
The North West Drupal User Group Unconference last weekend was no exception in terms of inclusivity and our Drupal team were there in force.
Are you a company with physical stores as well as an online presence? Have you ever considered how you can properly integrate technology in to the in-store experience?
Ecommerce Expo is the Number 1 exhibition in the ecommerce industry and we will be there!
Single Sign On (SSO) is one of those things that makes the web a little bit easier to use. You might have a site that is actually a collection of any number of separate sites and applications, and your users are going to get confused if they need a separate username and password for each of them. To mention nothing of how sick they're going to get of typing them in every time they move from one section of your site to another.