• UX

  • Planning and Analyzing Data in a UX Project
  • By: Andy Vickler
  • Narrated by: Helpful Matthew
  • Length: 3 hrs and 15 mins
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Publisher's Summary

In this book, the basic concepts you need to achieve success and a significant presence for your business on the internet are all covered and explained in a way that can be digested and applied the first time you listen to it. This book holds incredibly useful information if you’re developing a website for your business of any sort; whether it be a site for you to blog about your travels or an attempt to finally give your local business an online presence!

The book goes over the utility and aesthetic aspects of user interface in seven brief but comprehensive chapters:

  1. UX Basics
  2. Guiding The User Through Your Site
  3. Page Climates
  4. Early Site Production
  5. Feedback
  6. Making your site known

The chapter on “UX Basics” will just give you a rundown on what to expect in the rest of the book and a few important things to know before you do much else. It works as an introductory chapter.

Chapter 2, “Guiding the User Through Your Site,” covers basic topics to make sure that your site is usable and can effectively encourage your site’s visitors to make a purchase or follow through on each visit. This includes adjusting your site to be accessible from all devices, using “Site Structuring,” so that it flows well, using loyalty methods to ensure users return, and establishing the right visuals to make customers more inclined to make a purchase.

The third chapter, “Page Climates,” is a simple concept, but the topic holds a lot of nuances. This chapter is a must-listen if you’re developing a blogging site. The chapter covers everything aesthetic, from the colors you’re centering your site around to the different effects the serifs in your text have on users.

The “Early Page Development” chapter (four) is just a basic rundown for establishing the framework of your site. It mostly covers the method of “sketching out” pages but also gives a few descriptions of how you can turn your sketches into functional sites.

Chapter 5 is an interesting chapter. The chapter covers the different ways to receive feedback on your site so that you know what to fix.

“Making Your Site Known” is the sixth and final chapter. This part covers some of the most important and complicated information in the book. The first thing to be discussed is SEO or Search Engine Optimization. SEO is the reason specific sites appear higher up the search results than others. Mastering SEO will take time but, starting off with this chapter is a great way to expedite that process! The chapter also covers advertising, demographics to appeal to with these ads, and how to place ads effectively for such demographics.

Finally, the book wraps up with a conclusion covering a few extra things that the chapters didn’t quite cover; including hiring freelancers to develop the site for you and the different kinds of programming that are behind every website.

This book’s comprehensive guidance is sure to help you reach the industry standard as quick as you can!

©2022 Andy Vickler (P)2022 Andy Vickler

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Great complimentary guide

Great tips on how and where to say the things to engage people. Great complimentary guide for other content strategy books.!!

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Straight to the Point

Great educational piece as well as a guide you can take along your UX writing journey, whether you're a writer, visual UX designer, researcher, or another design teammate.

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The principles of great UX!!

This book was exactly what I was looking for. I know the principles of great UX .

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Excellent guidance!!

If you're considering moving into UX writing, you'll welcome the footsteps this book gives you to follow. For starters.

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Excellent Guide

Lots of focus on research, talking to your users, validating your ideas, and presenting them to stakeholders. Both beginners and experienced UX designers will find something exciting for themselves.

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that customers want.

This is a practical book filled with great insights + lightweight techniques + tips and tricks of the trade that can be directly applied (unlike most business books) to devise unique digital solutions that customers want.

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This is a great gateway into UX!!

Thoroughly appreciated the synthesis of Business Strategy with UX. It's a nice gateway for business people to learn about an adjacent world.

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This book takes you from start to finish through a business oriented UX project. This book is very helpful.

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Highly recommend!

Levy's book is perfect for the UX professional looking to move their career to the next level.

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Amazing book!

The contents were really structured and the tool-kits provided a guided way to approach the contents and apply it to any experiment.