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WALL STREET JOURNAL
Annoying paywalls, confusing plans with tempting introductory rates and a cancellation nightmare. Could paid journalism be better?
How might thoughtful UX help promote transparency and freedom of speech on Twitter?
Revolut, the self-professed 'all things money' app, certainly hides any hesitation about diving into new markets—this is no exception.
1.8 billion active users, 44% of Americans opting to use it as their email solution, and it's created by Google. It should be great, right?
MONZO VS STARLING
Their core products are incredibly strong, but the cracks start to appear when you get even deeper into their experiences.
I joined 4 million others, and became an actual Uber Driver, and the UX is surprisingly awkward.
More than 70 million people use Cash App, but how true are the bold claims that it's the easiest way to send money?
PS5 VS XBOX
I've spent a few months with both the Xbox Series X and the Playstation 5, agonising over the small details. This is what I found.
Instead of buying a Peloton treadmill for £2,295, couldn't you just use your iPhone, and a £400 treadmill that you picked up from Amazon?
Is the user experience of creating and selling NFTs on OpenSea any good? Or is there scope for someone else to do much better?
This UX analysis covers common pitfalls of eCommerce. How do you make shopping online feel intuitive? This is how.
After seeing the explosive growth of TikTok, YouTube reacted, launching an almost identical concept under the title of YouTube Shorts.
Apple are indisputably a leader in intuitive design, but after spending a few weeks using AirTags, I'm disappointed.