One Question Will Change How You Approach Your Digital Product: How Often Is It Used?

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Written By Dean Schuster
A user extending his arms towards a large, dark digital display. It shows a variety of online content interactions, including: "From $799 with a buy button, an add to cart and buy now button, and an are you still watching screen."
Summary: Chances are, your site, app, or software product is not something people use constantly, all day every day. And that means everything for your approach to UX.

Written By Dean Schuster

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Founder and Owner of truematter

Dean Schuster has been creating human-centered digital products since the beginning of the commercial web. He speaks and teaches user experience all over the world.


Graphic: @djosephmachado

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Our team has been doing the real work of user experience since the early days of the commercial web. We’re out to make your digital products a whole lot better.

…whether they’re used all the time, every so often, or just once.

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