Collect User Feedback to Improve Your Social Solution

ELIZABETH CHUNG | August 16, 2016

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If you were asked about your favorite products, you could probably rattle off the reasons you love them in a heartbeat: their ease of use, how they match each of your needs perfectly, the ways you identify with their brands. The most successful companies responsible for these products collect and implement consumer feedback to create sophisticated user experiences—that is, they design with the end-user in mind.

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