Category Archives: Analytics

How to Make an Intuitive Data Display

Posted by Eldad Farkash |08 Dec 15 |

Business intelligence and analytics programs like Sisense, Qlik, and Tableau are intended to help people without data analysis skills understand their analytics – but sometimes the programs are just as complicated as the data! This week, author Eldad Farkash shows us how to design programs that make analytics intuitive.

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How to Make an Intuitive Data Display

Posted by Eldad Farkash |08 Dec 15 |

Business intelligence and analytics programs like Sisense, Qlik, and Tableau are intended to help people without data analysis skills understand their analytics – but sometimes the programs are just as complicated as the data! This week, author Eldad Farkash shows us how to design programs that make analytics intuitive.

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Making Content Measurable

Posted by Jess Hutton |03 Nov 15 |

Many people in the content industry say content strategists shouldn’t be responsible for return on investment. But content can be quantified, via dollars, influence, or reach. This week, author Jess Hutton shows us what metrics can appropriately measure content.

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Wearables: enhancing or exploiting our personal data?

Posted by Zack Rutherford |28 Jul 15 |

Wearables have the ability to add context, record memories, and gather data at a moment’s notice. They are also capable of tracking more private data than ever before. Are they enhancing our lives or exploiting them?

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Wearables: enhancing or exploiting our personal data?

Posted by Zack Rutherford |28 Jul 15 |

Wearables have the ability to add context, record memories, and gather data at a moment’s notice. They are also capable of tracking more private data than ever before. Are they enhancing our lives or exploiting them?

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An Analytics-First Approach to UX, Part 2

Posted by Luke Hay |16 Jun 15 |

In part two of this two-part series, Luke Hay shows us how to identify user journeys and segment users to get the most out of usability testing.

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