Gizmodo: Report: Almost Nobody (2%) Using Amazon's Alexa to Actually Buy Stuff
Amazon may have sold millions of Echoes and other devices equipped with its voice-controlled Alexa smart assistant partially in the hopes that it could nudge users into letting an upbeat voice convince them to buy more crap. But it doesn’t appear to be working, according to a report in the Information on Monday.
Smashing Magazine In this new series of articles on UX, we take a closer look at some frustrating design patterns and explore better alternatives, along with plenty of examples to keep in mind when building or designing one. Let’s start with an infamous birthday picker.
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Entrepreneur The gold standard, for freelancers and their clients, should be to establish long-term, rewarding, mutually beneficial relationships. Here's how to build those connections.
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Harvard Business Review Productivity isn’t about getting more done. It’s about what you get done. Three aspects of perfectionism can interfere with your ability to prioritize the most important tasks.
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