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When Slower UX is Better UX

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November 17, 2017

In most cases, a speedy user experience makes sense. Optimization is important, and frankly, most sites need more of it, not less.

But there are certain situations in which a slower UX can actually increase user trust and engagement. No matter how fast we move into the future, slowing down will never go out of style.

Read the full article on WebdesignerDepot.

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