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  1. Top 10 Skills That Separate Real UX Designers from Wannabes

    A more optimized solution avoids relying on the users to calculate which shipping choice best serves their needs and instead merely asks the user when they need it and offer only those choices that meet that user requirement.

  2. How Vine Has Changed the Video Landscape in Just 12 Months

    As attention spans shrink, the requirement for highly engaging content dramatically increases. Whether it's a monetization strategy in the form of native in-feed ads or expanded content discovery, there's no doubt Vine will have something up its...

  3. 3 Reasons Why Responsive Web Design is the Best Option For Your Mobile SEO Strategy

    However, a separate mobile site is not a requirement for a mobile SEO strategy, and there's no reason why mobile-specific keywords can't be incorporated into a responsive design site as well. A site that works well regardless of these variables...

  4. 10 Vital Steps to Building Social Influence

    It's a requirement. Moving away from mass marketing messages to distribute unique, personalized messages and a user experience designed to yield results would prove to be highly effective in the 2008 campaign, and subsequently adapted for the 2012...

  5. Optimizing Second Screen Engagement: Lessons for Brands From Twitter

    While it's not a requirement, Twitter started as a concept for communicating via an SMS-like service via mobile. For example, the average user will interact with six brands on Twitter. Day 2 of SES New York started off with a keynote by Joel...

  6. Google as Your Identity Provider: Where Are We Now?

    So let’s take the case of a site with an age requirement, like Pandora. Not with an IdP, all your verified data is kept there, whether needed or not because there is a larger requirement here. The Identity Ecosystem as the NSTIC is commonly...

  7. Microsoft Snipes (Only) at Google Over Browser Settings Circumvention Controversy

    The whole situation around P3P points to massive and well-known problems with CPs, almost a dead requirement that is regularly gamed, making Microsoft’s marching it out in the war against Google more than a little disingenuous.

  8. Google Won't Pause New Privacy Policy - Should They Have To?

    Should a period of public consultation be a requirement for changes of a certain nature when made by a public company, or when those changes affect issues like privacy? Of course, if Congress truly feels this way about data retention and the duty...