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Don’t Be A UX Statistic [INFOGRAPHIC]

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If spending on UX is a no-brainer, then why do so many sites send users careening off the road to conversion? With over 26 years as a creative talent agency, we’ve had the good fortune to watch the user experience field really blossom.

So we know what we’re talking about when we say, “An ounce of [bad UX] prevention is worth a pound of [development] cure.” (Yes, we just made that up.)

Our love for UX is exactly why we produced this fun (and interactive!) infographic, chock full of helpful data to help you avoid being a UX statistic, in a bad way. Just scroll down to see the grizzly UX stats and find advice on how to keep customers on the right track.

So check out the infographic and let us know what you think?

We’d love to hear your feedback!

(And if you have an idea for an infographic that you know everyone will love, just tell us!)

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