Applying Motivation Theory to Achieve Increased Response Rates, Respondent Satisfaction and Data Quality
Targeting respondents’ own motivation to participate in surveys is an alternative approach to achieving higher response rates. Self-Determination Theory provides a theoretical framework for how intrinsic motivation can be stimulated.
Is Design Metrically Opposed?
The world of metrics and analytics have often been at odds with how designers work. Design is a process where we finely tune our intuition to create great user experiences. Yet, sometimes, what we think is best rivals the metrics. So which do we believe—our gut or the data?
customer feedback intercom Customer feedback strategy: How to collect, analyze and take action
Principles of effective survey design
Write surveys that engage users, boost your brand, and deliver insights.
How to Ask About User Satisfaction in a Survey
Satisfaction Is an Emotional Response
What to consider when choosing colors for data visualization
Color in UI Design: A (Practical) Framework
Also, why it is important to use HSB colour system.
How to Add Custom Fonts to Gatsby
The self-fetishization of east-asia: koreaboos & weebs aren't the only problem
How to start a project by Erik Spiekermann
Responsive Typography: The Basics
My UX Portfolio Presentation by Sharon Yeun Kim
Maximally optimizing image loading for the web
Malte from Vercel outlines 8 image loading optimization techniques to minimize both the bandwidth used for loading images on the web and the CPU usage for image display.
The UX Design Process explained step by step with a mobile app project by chunbuns
The Dark Side of Minimalist Design: Reviewing Dieter Rams’ Iconic 10 Principles
Why investors don’t fund dating