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Sign-Up Flows: A Friction-Based Analysis (with Examples)

Friction is “the psychological resistance that your visitors experience when trying to complete an action.” It’s also a conversion killer.

You can optimize your value proposition or call to action buttons all you want, but if your sign-up flow contains too much friction, you’re leaving money on the table.

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An example of serial position effect

You put tons of time into creating your product, experimenting with acquisition channels, and honing your messaging.

Yet here I am, about to tell you that consumers are often swayed by such subtle nudges as the order in which you present your products, or the “serial position effect.”

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thank you sign

If you’ve ignored the design and content of your “thank you”  page, you’re neglecting:

  • Recent purchasers.
  • New leads.

These are some of the highest value segments of an online audience, yet what most sites decide to show them is an afterthought.

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User onboarding flows

There’s a popular user experience quote: “A user interface is like a joke. If you have to explain it, it’s not that good.” While clever, that statement is far from true.

User interfaces shouldn’t be complicated, but you can’t expect a new user to understand a new interface without any direction. Similarly, you can’t expect an existing user to understand an updated interface or a new feature without any help.

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Apple Store

Perception isn’t always the same thing as reality, even when it comes to something as “objective” as your product’s value.

In fact, the perceived value of your product is fairly malleable. There are countless studies, as well as anecdotes, that support the notion that you can tweak small things to increase your product’s value perception.

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Social Proof: What It Is and How to Use It (with Examples)

We’re all familiar with the standard “best practices” of CRO. Always use social proof, always reduce form fields, never use image sliders, and so on.

As someone who believes that best practices are merely common practices, I’m always looking to test the tried and true to see how, well, true it really is.

First up? Social proof. Does it really work as well as we all assume? Why? And more importantly, what’s the best way to implement it?

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foot in the door

“How can a person be induced to do something he would rather not do?”

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Product Recommendations

Nowadays nearly every online shop utilizes some sort of product recommendation engine. It’s no wonder—these systems, if set up and configured properly, can significantly boost revenues, CTRs, conversion rates, and other important metrics.

Moreover, they can have considerable positive effects on the user experience as well.

This translates into metrics that are harder to measure, but are nonetheless essential to online businesses, such as customer satisfaction and retention.

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Integrating Active Directory With Your SaaS Tool Stack

SaaS applications can be deployed in a variety of ways to help grow your business and and build processes at scale. However, even with these tools, identity management, authorization, and user management can still remain a challenge.

In this article we’ll take a look at how you can use Active Directory with your favorite SaaS applications to improve your processes and workflow as well as the pros and cons of different solutions.

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User Experience Testing

User experience is a nebulous term. What defines a “good” UX from a “bad” UX, and what do the gradations look like between the two poles?

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