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High Converting Landing Pages - Make Your CTA Pop

Posted by Bitsy Knox

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Topics: CRO, UX, Design Strategy

How to Find a Common Language in Design Meetings

Posted by Bitsy Knox

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Topics: UX, CRO, Workflow & Tools

Attention-Driven Design - Capturing User Attention

Posted by Bitsy Knox

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Topics: Design Strategy, UX, CRO

Google Analytics' Hilarious New Videos Pinpoint the Horrors of Online Shopping

Posted by Bitsy Knox

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Topics: Design Strategy, UX

What's in a Heatmap? Predictive Eye-Tracking versus Click-Tracking

Posted by Fabian Stelzer

Here at EyeQuant, we are often asked what the difference is between EyeQuant and click-tracking tools such as ClickTale or Crazy Egg. Many marketers assume they are the same thing – afterall, they're all heatmaps of your webpage, right?

Indeed they are, but a heatmap is just a means of visualizing data. The insight you gain from any particular heatmap is based entirely on what kind of data it actually represents. For example, you can have a heatmap showing where heat (literally) is escaping from inside your home, and you can also have a heatmap representing the volume of “tweets” from a given geographic area:

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Topics: CRO, UX, Workflow & Tools

"50% of all users don't buy because they can't find what they're looking for" - Shane Cassells, Google

Posted by Fabian Stelzer


If you're interested in conversion optimization, you must check out Google Conversion Expert Shane Cassells' excellent presentation in its entirety - his points are very much in line with our mission at EyeQuant: help your users find what they are looking for on your websites as quick as possible. 

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Topics: Design Strategy, UX, CRO

Ecommerce Conversion Rate Optimization - A Simple Design Trick

Posted by Fabian Stelzer

When consumers are busy, under time pressure or slightly indifferent towards a product's branding they tend to choose products that visually pop out, even overriding their personal preferences.

As the old adage goes, "seeing is believing". World-famous behavioural economist Daniel Kahneman specified the principle as "What You See Is All There Is", pointing out how most of our decisions are based on quick, intuitive and ultimately flawed perceptual processes. A simple example of this is the universally flabberghasting Müller-Lyer illusion, in which two lines of equal length appear to differ once outwards and inwards arrows are added.

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How we redesigned EyeQuant - using EyeQuant

Posted by Fabian Stelzer

It’s hard to imagine Karl Lagerfeld wearing Flip Flops, a t-shirt and shorts. He’s not only a fashion designer, but a fashion icon himself.

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Topics: UX, CRO, Design Critiques

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