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5 mobile UI and UX strategies your users hate

Hate is a strong word, but it’s more than appropriate when it comes to these mobile UI and UX strategies.<p>With over 50 percent of website traffic now originating from mobile, businesses need to try harder when it comes to converting smartphone users who have a much lower conversion rate.<p>Remember …

Mobile Devices

The Grocery Industry Confronts a New Problem: Only 10% of Americans Love Cooking

The supermarket and grocery business is likely to suffer strong headwinds in the future, due to long-term shifts in consumer behavior. Although many people don’t realize it yet, grocery shopping and cooking are in a long-term decline. They are shifting from a mass category, based on a daily …

Washington State

Simon Garfield: ‘Faster isn’t always better – we should all try living at a slower pace’

On the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, the author argues that, in an age of instant communication, we all need to reset our clocks<p>The constricting cloak of time has hung heavy upon our shoulders these last few weeks. Big Ben has fallen silent for repairs, bringing a bemused gathering of …

U.S. card firm Vantiv goes global with $10 billion Worldpay buy

(Reuters) - U.S. credit card processor Vantiv agreed to buy Britain’s Worldpay for 7.7 billion pounds ($10 billion) on Wednesday in a move expected to trigger further deals.<p>Payments companies have become targets for credit card companies and banks seeking to capitalize on a switch from cash …

Market Capitalization

Why Startups Like Uber Stumble Over Problems They Could Have Avoided

News this week that Uber’s CEO was stepping down likely was not a surprise to those who have been following the company in the headlines.<p>In our work over many years, we have learned enough to know that you have to be on the inside of any company to have the full picture of what went wrong and how. …

Management

How to Improve Your Sales Skills, Even If You’re Not a Salesperson

At some point in your career, even if you’re not a salesperson, you’re going to have to sell something — whether it’s your idea, your team, or yourself. So how can you improve your sales skills, especially if you don’t pitch people often? What should you focus on first? And what should you do if …

RPGs

How to Buy, Prepare, and Enjoy Raw Fish

Raw fish preparations like sashimi, gravlax, and crudo may seem like something you should only trust the professionals with but, if you know your …

No wildlife charity campaigns to save parasites. But they should

We tend to think of parasites as harmful, itchy, nasty, creepy crawlies. But these strange, beautiful creatures have many uses – and they need our help<p>Until very recently, the skies of North America played host to one of the largest birds on earth: the Californian condor (<i>Gymnogyps californianus</i>). …

The U.S. Civil Rights Commission & the End of Religious Liberty

The United States Civil Rights Commission has proclaimed that religion is an impediment to civil rights and has prepared a constitutional briefing …

Religion

2 women who built a side business while working at Goldman Sachs and Marc Jacobs share their best entrepreneurship advice

In 2014, Sophie Kahn and Bouchra Ezzahraoui started their own company on top of their already demanding full-time jobs.<p>Kahn was working at Marc …

Entrepreneurship

A Nobel prize-winning physicist identified three simple steps to mastering any subject

I wasn’t always a good learner. I thought learning was all about the hours you put in. Then I discovered something that changed my life.<p>The famous Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman understood the difference between “knowing something” and “knowing the name of something,” and it’s one of …

Self-improvement

As Australia's housing bubble gets bigger, the Reserve Bank prepares to blame Trump | Lindsay David

Central bankers have assisted in turning our housing market into a leveraged casino – seemingly for the benefit of banks<p>Despite early indications that some housing markets in the mining states will hit the skids, the Australian mortgage-financed housing bubble continues to grow. The Reserve Bank of …

14 psychological tricks to get people to do what you want

Psychological research suggests there are plenty of ways to motivate people to do what you want — without them even realizing you've persuaded them.<p>We've rounded up 11 science-backed strategies for getting people to like you, to buy stuff, and to give you what you're after.<p>All of them will leave …

AIRS

Like many business leaders, Donovan Neale-May routinely seeks out information on business innovation and management trends. He reads reports from …

Virtual and Augmented Reality Will Reshape Retail

Your camping trip is coming up. You and a friend go shopping for a tent. Spotting one you like, you both crawl inside to check the capacity. But there’s something unusual about this scenario: You’re in Boston. Your buddy is in Houston. And neither of you is anywhere near a sporting goods …

Augmented Reality

Developing a Strategy for a Life of Meaningful Labor

On Labor Day, Americans celebrate the value of work, community, and the activists who earned the rights and protections that U.S. employees enjoy today. But as Americans — and people everywhere — look ahead to a world of constant disruption, they will undoubtedly see both opportunity and …

Mentoring

Ask Ethan: How Do We Know The Universe Is 13.8 Billion Years Old?

You’ve heard the story before: the Universe began with the Big Bang 13.8 billion years ago, and formed atoms, stars, galaxies, and eventually planets with the right ingredients for life. Looking at distant locations in the Universe is also looking back in time, and somehow, through the power of …

A famous physicist thinks science will never be able to crack this fundamental mystery of the human mind

Some mind-ponderers, notably philosopher Colin McGinn, argue that consciousness is unsolvable. Philosopher Owen Flanagan calls these pessimists "mysterians," after the 60's-era rock group "Question Mark and the Mysterians."<p>Recently, physicist Edward Witten came out as a mysterian. Witten is …

Science Says 92 Percent of People Don't Achieve Their Goals. Here's How the Other 8 Percent Do

If you're serious about goal setting, here's what the high achievers know that you may not.<p>Did you know that a staggering 92 percent of people that set New Year's goals never actually achieve them? That's according to research by the University of Scranton.<p>I've done it many times, and if you're …

Motivation