There’s a lot of buzz around chatbots lately. In fact, some claim that it’s the next big boom in the world of UX. Facebook launched its platform for Messenger, that people consider as an “information bot” rather than a chatbot. Twitter users even managed to “corrupt” Microsoft’s innocent AI chatbot in less than 24 hours.
You may be wondering what can you get from an article like this. My goal is to give an in-depth look at the basics of wireframing from more of a practical aspect. In this article we’re going to answer the following very basic questions: – Who uses it? – Why should you consider using them?
Tep is an adorable fitness tracking app working like a tamagotchi. We’ve conducted a short interview with their CEO about how they use Capturly for the optimization of their website. For those of you who are to busy to read the whole article, we have made a little summary of the numbers in connection with
For those of you who are too busy to read the whole article, we have made a little summary of the numbers in connection with Tep, before and after their optimization process with Capturly. After the alternations, these are the new numbers. The session duration became 3 times longer on average (which is a huge
I am not talking about those conventional analytical methods that many people use, I am talking about real magic happening here. Let me show you how Capturly has changed our life. Have you heard about Tep? It’s an adorable fitness tracking app working like a tamagotchi. We also use Capturly for the optimization of our website. First, you’d say that
I am certain that many of you have heard about conventional analytical methods used in connection with website optimization. In this case study we won’t be implementing them (however many people still only use those), but instead we will be using real magic. Join us and learn something new. This case study will focus on