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A Slice A Day #72 – Embracing a Slow User Experience Pt1 (David Kutcher)
No matter what stat you read these days, they say that as marketers we have about 9 to 15 seconds to grab someone’s attention and keep it so they will consume our fabulous content. And we spend a good bit of time creating it and try everything possible to keep the attention of as many eyeballs as we can. But have you stopped to think about the user experience itself?
David Kutcher of Confluent Forms has and he recently published an article on his company’s blog titled ‘Embracing a Slow User Experience’. In the article, which we highly recommend, he covers the user experience from the personal side and offers up some great insight into how marketers can better their user’s experiences and he talks about it today in this Part One episode of your ‘A Slice Day’.
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