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Motorola recently released a revamped multi-color logo with the tag “motorola: a Google company.” Much like all other Google products / services, the logo is minimalistic and the multi-color design blends well with other Google artwork.
Now that the rebranding is complete – it’s time to see what new advertising and products will be coming.
via The Verge
Rather than focusing time and energy on the extremely complicated ways to improve user experience (which is typically the case for most people), try a few of the simple ideas below.
1. Speed is a Key Component – Make it Faster
It is a well-known fact that page load time affects user abandonment; if your site takes too long to load, people will either go to another page or just leave. According to Jason Fried, “Improving speed to make something 25% faster […]
For the fourth time in a row, Apple ranked highest in customer satisfaction in a recent J.D. Power and Associates survey. The survey weighed user input in several major categories, including operation, operating system, physical design, features, and battery function. Apple was closely followed by Motorola and HTC, followed by RIM, Samsung, and Palm – followed by Nokia in dead last. Read more from the J.D. Power and Associates full report here.
Most landing pages, in efforts to suit the most number of users possible, are crammed full of text, graphics, and special offers. Competing amongst all of these elements (and your copy) is your call to action – most likely leaving visitors confused or indecisive. Below are some suggestions which should (with testing) improve your call to action.
1. Large Call to Action Buttons. Big call to actions work because they stand out more.
Place your call to action buttons above the […]