Trust your instincts for Delivering a Better UX To your App Users

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Nov 14, 2016, 8:21:04 AM via Website

If you are a mobile app developer looking for inspiration to improve the user experience and make your app a worldwide success, you need to look at it from the user’s perspective. From theme to GUI, your app is an experience yet to be felt by the user. But best experiences are the physical ones, and your app is on a digital screen. So how do you make your users feel your app?

Real World Model
When users interact with your app, they want to feel that they are navigating through it the right way, without making any mistakes. To give that experience, you need to familiarize them with the app.

Design Through Time

Even with continuous technological advancements, where smartphones and tablets are being used by all generations, the approach to UX design doesn’t change (Research + Sketching + Prototyping = Complete App). But the outcome does!

Compromised UX

Talking about the same game, Pokémon Go didn’t sail through its initial stages of release glitch free. It failed to load on several devices and crashed multiple times. It even caused fast battery drainage with prolonged use.

Optimized UX

An app which has brilliant minimalistic design features and gives you easy access to its specific function is all the experience that the users need. Weather Apps like Solar allow its users to just swipe up and down to see the weather outlook at different times of a day.

Service-Based Apps

Assistant apps like Pana (travel agent assistant) or Vida (health coach app) rely on interface parameters associated with social media, where interaction with real life travel agents and personal trainers takes place via video chat or messaging.

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