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There has been consistent increase in the number of smartphones and mobile app users. This is because of the comforts that these technologies offer its users and everyone wants maximum comfort in all areas of life. Smartphones are so useful and convenient precisely because of mobile applications. Mobile applications are mostly created for entertainment or business. Business applications help you solve certain problems.
Mobile apps make our life easier - we can shop, order food from a restaurant, read news, check the weather. They serve us as a business diary, organizer, help us keep a personal diary, monitor our health, read a book, etc. Today, apps help people make banking transactions, pay for purchases, bills, and book seats and tickets. Thus, users prefer to use iOS and Android mobile apps to interact with companies.
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For a modern look, keep everything minimalist and use white space generously. So your user can concentrate on the essentials. Use familiar formulations and symbols to make it easier to use and to keep everything simple.
The aim of this step is to make it easier for the user to operate and to make the experience pleasant. Don't use too much information as this will most likely overwhelm your users and cause them to stop using your app.
Great apps always have intuitive navigation. Every designer should keep this in mind in order to guarantee users a pleasant and seamless experience. Make sure that the navigation bar is clearly visible to the user. Make everything visible so that the user knows what to do. Use a layout that your user is familiar with to make it easier for them to navigate. Make your app finger-friendly. Buttons and links must not be too small.
Don't underestimate the effect of colors. Color psychology plays a major role here. Fonts also influence the look of your app. Also watch out for hidden meanings of design elements. Also, you shouldn't mix too many different colors and fonts for a professional and consistent look.
If you have brand guidelines with specific colors, then stick to them in your app design so that your app extends your brand seamlessly.
Visual weight is the size and influence of different screen elements compared to others. Use visual weight to determine if important aspects of your design stand out. Users need a clear visual hierarchy in order to orient themselves. The hierarchy you have defined for pages and sub-pages as well as headings and sub-headings should be consistent.
Here colors, fonts and other design elements can only achieve a positive branding effect if appropriately used. This also applies to your content, navigation and other graphics.
Your app should have visual persistence (design elements such as labels, buttons and colors), functional persistence (your app should work the same across all elements) and external persistence (all other channels such as website and sister app should look like your app).
Being consistent throughout the app makes it easier for users to relate to your app and your brand, and you look professional yourself.
Now that you have perfect mockups, you should call your friends and family to test the design. In order for the testers to get a real feeling of what the app will look like, it is advisable to use a click-through model.
Mention that this is not the final version of the app; more tests will follow later. Here the following aspects are tested first: layout, navigation, look and feels. The functionalities come later.
To get more feedback, you should also organize more testers. This gives you an idea of what works well and what needs improvement. Here, constructive criticism is your good friend. Be persistent, put your testers to the test and find out what they think.
If you have a rendered click-through model, look over the shoulder of your testers. It will help you to see how your app is being used and you can put yourself in the shoes of the user.
After the feedback, you will know what works and what needs improvement. With that, you can go to your designer and ask them to make the necessary changes.
In this step, your design is handed over to the development team. The developers take care of the functionalities of your app. They ensure that the app really does what it is supposed to do. Designers and developers should always be in touch to adapt the design and make sure that everything works properly and to solve problems that arise while programming.
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