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Why a shift in society is changing UX and how to adapt

Written by Sam Vanhemelryck in Customer Experience on 06/07/17


AMPLEXOR was present as Gold partner at WebTomorrow 2017, the leading event in Belgium on the topics of digital marketing, entrepreneurship, innovation and society. During the 2 days of the conference we were immersed in tons of inspiration and insights from the digital world. There was, however, one topic that stuck with me: how changes in society impact the way we look at website user experience (UX) and conversion.

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Meet Sensei: the new artificial intelligence star by Adobe

Written by Uli Henningsen in Customer Experience on 06/06/17


Artificial Intelligence (AI) is playing an increasingly important role in developing software products and solutions. A well-known example of this is IBM’s Watson, a technology that helps find patterns and insights buried in vast amounts of existing data.

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Adobe is changing the world through digital experiences

Written by Tim Vernaillen in Customer Experience on 24/05/17


The annual Adobe Summit EMEA took place in London on 10 and 11 May, 2017. With the unpretentious tagline “The Digital Marketing Conference”, the event presented the attendees with a unique opportunity to hear about the latest trends in this fast-changing digital world and to get insights from marketing innovators and leading thinkers in the industry.

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The enhanced marketing integration of Drupal 8

Written by Kevin Van Ransbeeck in Customer Experience on 02/02/17


The world's favourite open source CMS has gained increasing popularity in the marketing community. The latest version, Drupal 8 is proving to be a great choice for creating integrated digital frameworks, since its launch in 2015.

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Drupal 8: what's in it for digital experience management?

Written by Joachim Willems in Customer Experience on 03/01/17


Drupal is a high-quality open source content management system. The software owes its quality to the large community of developers supporting it: contributing modules and maintaining existing ones. 

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Top 5 Digital Experience Challenges in 2017

Written by Damien Dewitte in Customer Experience on 27/12/16


Over the past years we've seen many long-predicted trends become reality, thanks to the work of innovative companies and passionate communities in making technology solutions reachable, usable and relevant. This also means that, in 2017, many more technical barriers will have gone down and the opportunities for digital marketers to deliver digital customer experiences will grow on a massive scale: mobile, social, omnichannel, predictive analytics, personalization – these are just a few of the key ingredients that digital marketers can use to cook up the perfect recipe.

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Website A/B testing explained

Written by Bart Albrecht in Customer Experience on 19/07/16


A/B testing is the practice of running two variants of a website page (or email, display advertisement or social advertisement) in parallel, to test if website design and content choices are hitting the mark. It is a popular topic in digital marketing, since testing is the best way to check which website changes have the greatest effect on your KPIs, be it conversion rate, bounce rate or anything else.

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Observations from the Adobe Summit 2016: The Digital Marketing Conference

Written by Damien Dewitte in Customer Experience on 21/06/16


Adobe Summit EMEA is one of the year's high points in digital marketing. This year’s edition was the largest Summit so far, with over 5.000 attendees. Adobe shared its vision for digital marketing, along with sessions by brands and partners.

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Digital Experience Suite vs. Best of Breed (and why IT needs to leave room for experiments)

Written by Eric Pieters in Customer Experience on 08/12/15


There is an eternal discussion about using Best of Breed marketing solutions (a mix of technologies from different vendors) or Marketing Suites (where you buy the technology from one vendor).

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How to structure your digital marketing with Google Tag Manager

Written by Nick Wauters in Customer Experience on 03/03/15


You're using Google Analytics to track website visits, AdWords to keep track of content you sponsored, an A/B testing tool to optimize your web pages. As a marketer it’s not easy to keep a clear overview of all web analytics and digital marketing systems within your business.  

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