User Onboarding and Sign up flows - UX/UI, website design for new user experience

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Article venturebeat.com

WalkMe raises $90 million to help people navigate user interfaces with on-screen prompts | VentureBeat - VentureBeat (2019)


WalkMe, a digital adoption platform that helps companies integrate on-screen product walkthroughs into their software, has raised $90 million.

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Article marketingexamples.com

Why Notion's sign-up form converts so well - Marketing Examples — Real world marketing case studies


In three years looking at landing pages, I’ve never come across a sign-up flow better at converting than Notions. Let’s get into it.

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A much improved newsletter sign up flow - Marketing Examples — Real world marketing case studies


Asking to be added to your recipients' address book results in much improved email open rates

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Article greaterdanorequalto.com

Don't Waste Time On User Onboarding - Greater Dan Or Equal To (2019)


There are oodles of articles about what tools to use for user onboarding, what your user onboarding UI should looks like, and exactly how to craft the perfect user onboarding ex...

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Don’t Get Clever with Login Forms | Brad Frost - Brad Frost (2019)


As time goes on I find myself increasing

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7 practical ways to write copy that converts - Marketing Examples — Real world marketing examples


Conversion copywriting is an art. Here are 7 practical tips that you can implement today to make your landing page convert better.

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Article bbirnbaum.com

Two lessons on reducing sign-up friction - Ben Birnbaum (2020)


I’ve been working for the past few months on a side project called Cortado. It’s a website that helps to give you control over your daily information intake. You can create a pe...

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What’s at the front of the line? - Seth's Blog (2020)


Seth Godin's Blog on marketing, tribes and respect A study of behavior at breakfast buffets showed that the first item in the buffet was taken by 75% of the diners (even when...

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