When it comes to user experience of a website, we are always in pursuit of improving it. This is mostly because improving UX means improving metrics, like conversion and bounce rate, which are important for a business. For this purpose, we don’t hesitate to test new UX trends on our website. For this reason we need to keep an eye on some recent UX trends and decide which to follow in 2017.
ESTIMATED READ TIME TO IMPROVE READERSHIP
When online readers come across an article they scroll up and down to see how long it will take for them to completely read it. If it’s too long and looks uninteresting they will either just scan it or leave the page. To prevent this, it is best to state the estimated time it will take to read an article. This will give user an idea whether they should spend time on reading this article or not.
The more we know about something – including precisely how much time it will consume – the greater the chance we will commit to it.
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User experience design is about designing a website to create the most positive and optimal experience for a web visitor. It can include everything from website navigation structure, content, visitor interaction, information architecture, load time, to website layout. The goal is to make a website easy to use, intuitive, relevant, eye catching, and helpful to the user.
At the end of the day, the data determines how good the user experience is on your website. While using conversion and sales numbers can get you far, it doesn’t tell the whole story. That’s why UX depends on statistics like abandon rates, time spent on page/site, navigation path, exit page, clickthroughs, etc. Measuring this data and improving upon initial results is what will really provide the best user experience. The challenge lies in providing the best user experience while meeting your website’s goals.