Seyed Rasoul Jabari

UX analyst at Digikala , reading about life, technology, entrepreneurship & marketing.

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Seyed Rasoul Jabari

308 days ago

Great user experience and great data are what make products feel smart.

This Is How You Build Products for the New Generation of 'Data Natives'

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318 days ago

Many startups understand the value of A/B testing as a tool to grow a product, but it’s also a built-in mechanism to better develop a product team. Universal A/B testing not only resolves the tension between different product manager types, but it also does so while giving them autonomy and acknowledgement of their personal style.

How A/B Testing at LinkedIn, Wealthfront and eBay Made Me a Better Manager

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322 days ago

Don Norman: The term "UX"

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379 days ago

two of you have the power to change something in this world.

BrightSide — Inspiration. Creativity. Wonder.

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380 days ago

Mine is INFP

The Best Jobs for Your Personality Type

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389 days ago

See What Happens When You Drink Water On an Empty Stomach

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394 days ago

How Two Companies Hooked Customers On Products They Rarely Use

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395 days ago

You feel the weight of the world on your shoulders. Decisions, decisions… Your head spins.

You take a deep breath and look around. Your eye briefly catches the calendar on your boss’ desk. It’s almost your career ten-year anniversary. Almost ten years since you first started work — gone in a flash.

You realize you’re really just starting out.

This Is the First Ten Years of Your Career

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409 days ago

It is never too late to learn another tongue, and it can be very rewarding. Alex Rawlings is a British professional polyglot who speaks 15 languages: “Each language gives you a whole new lifestyle, a whole new shade of meaning,” he says. “It’s addictive!”

The amazing benefits of being bilingual

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421 days ago

Spinach, celery, eggs, mushrooms, beets, potato, chicken

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435 days ago

12 Things Women Actually Want In A Relationship (But Don't Say)

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452 days ago

How Amazon Adapted Its Business Model to India

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453 days ago

The truth about the gender wage gap

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483 days ago

The story of Zappos success.

Looking back, I attribute most of our growth over the past few years to the fact that we invested time, money, and resources in three key areas: customer service, company culture, and employee training and development. The move to Las Vegas helped us make progress in each of the three. If you’d like to hear what our telephone reps sound like, just pick up the phone and give us a call.

How I Did It: Zappos’s CEO on Going to Extremes for Customers

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Seyed Rasoul Jabari

508 days ago

managers can be taught to think like peers

The Art of Recognizing Good Ideas

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511 days ago

Mine is type A, what's yours?

Shocking Things Your Finger Length Reveals About Your Personality

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511 days ago

Two words of advice you rarely hear.

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511 days ago

in Japan, India, Iran, South Korea, and—you guessed it—Russia, the smiling faces were considered significantly less intelligent.

Why Some Cultures Frown on Smiling

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511 days ago

for the sake of your relationship, make sure you're suffering productively.

A philosopher explains why suffering is essential to all happy marriages

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540 days ago

We are organisms, not computers.

The empty brain

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543 days ago

How will you measure your life?

What’s Your Life Goal? Success or Significance?

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546 days ago

People love it. There's no top or pair of shoes you could wear that gets as much reaction as a six pack

The Rise And Rise Of The Spornosexual

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546 days ago

Statistics and Usability : User Experience Stack Exchange

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546 days ago

Amazon will shutter its MyHabit fashion site

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550 days ago

Relationships: Stop trying to fix the bad and focus on relishing the good. That’s what makes marriages last.
Work: Celebrating success makes companies happier and more productive. The world needs more fist bumps.
Happiness: Focus on the good things, savor them and then let that joy out. Happiness expressed is double happiness.
Motivation: Celebratory rewards build good habits. If they get Navy SEALs through “Hell Week” they’ll get you through most anything.

This Is The Most Fun Way To Improve Every Part Of Your Life

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553 days ago

Saving Private Flipkart

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557 days ago

endings are important. At Disney, they call it a "kiss goodnight," the perfectly timed element that can turn even a mediocre experience into a fantastic memory.

How To Design Happiness

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578 days ago

What’s the ideal amount of money for a person to have? It’s one thing to consider whether an incremental X dollars adds to your happiness. It’s another thing to consider whether an incremental X dollars above a certain amount can actually subtract from your happiness through the additional hassle it creates.

A million dollars isn’t cool. You know what’s cool? A billion dollars.

The Goldilocks Theory of Being Rich

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619 days ago

Storage Mechanisms in Recall

list items that are first and last in a list are more likely to be remembered than the items in the middle.

The Serial Position Effect in Web Design

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639 days ago

“At Google, we often think that speed is the forgotten ‘killer application’ — the ingredient that can differentiate winners from the rest. We know that the faster we deliver results, the more useful people find our service.”


— Matt Brittin, Managing Director, UK & Ireland Operations, Google

Mobile Auto-Suggest on Steroids: Tap-Ahead Design Pattern

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644 days ago

You can’t just stop after creating an experience map. That’s because a good current-state experience map is simply oozing with potential: the potential to create an even better experience. But how do you move forward? How do you see the opportunities? Well, it’s a little easier when you know what to look for, what the patterns of success are.

A Playbook for Improving Customer Journeys

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649 days ago

design features that will enable what folks are trying to do and make your product stronger for the people who haven’t yet tried it but will.

Medium’s Cofounder On How To Design Simple Solutions For Complex Problems

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667 days ago

the site’s writing is how your company sounds online.

Legibility, Readability, and Comprehension: Making Users Read Your Words

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674 days ago

How do people decide which action to pick? The answer lies in the concept of expected utility:

Expected utility = Expected benefits – Expected interaction costs

Users try to maximize the expected utility of an action: In other words, they weigh in the benefits and the costs of each action, and they choose the one that has the best balance of benefits versus costs.

Interaction Cost

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675 days ago

How to Determine the Right Number of Participants for Usability Studies

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675 days ago

Use Storytelling to Explain Your Company’s Purpose

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675 days ago

For the leaders.

Two Things to Do After Every Meeting

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686 days ago

“Life is too short to click on things you don’t understand.”
Must-read for UI deaigners.

Beyond Blue Links: Making Clickable Elements Recognizable

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689 days ago

What's Next in Mobile Advertising? 6 Trends for the New Year.

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697 days ago

The culture of a workplace — an organization’s values, norms and practices — has a huge impact on our happiness and success.

The One Question You Should Ask About Every New Job

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698 days ago

Complete Guide to educational and special needs apps, complete list at One Place for Special Needs

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698 days ago

My app design workflow

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698 days ago

The Chemistry Of Game Design

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698 days ago

Primary Exploration in Games

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698 days ago

اندیشه های راسل ایكاف

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698 days ago

Happiness Isn’t the Absence of Negative Feelings

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698 days ago

How to Increase Your Art's Market Value

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698 days ago

Don't Force Users to Register Before They Can Buy

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698 days ago

Indicators, Validations, and Notifications: Pick the Correct Communication Option

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698 days ago

Object-Oriented UX

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