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Have you ever wished for a tap to call button on a mobile site? Or struggled to tap a tiny link? Have you ever wondered what would happen after you clicked a button on a site? Or, worse, wondered what to do next on a site? If you answered yes to any of those questions, you’ve experienced a UX mistake. It’s paramount that you learn to avoid (or fix) these mistakes. Because a bad UX means fewer conversions. Undeniably.

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    Danavir Sarria

    almost 4 years ago #

    Good stuff!

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    Edward Stephens

    almost 4 years ago #

    Thanks for the share - great post.

    Sometimes it feels like UX designers are trying to speed people into community engagement to create 'stickiness' as though that is the fastest point between A (Acquisition) and B (Retention).

    I tend to look favourably on apps that humanise or indulge this process a bit more with really creative or intelligent onboarding.

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    Shanelle Mullin

    almost 4 years ago #

    Thanks for sharing this, Sujan.

    Of course, there are hundreds of UX mistakes to be made. I'd be interested to know which people think are the biggest offenders.