Every Dollar – if invested appropriately into usability of your app, returns you more than hundred times. This is one of the strongest beliefs that have proved its worth over years. We also consider this thumb rule whenever we take up your mobile apps design and development projects, as we also firmly believe that our UX designs are the key to your success. And all this is so very important because your Mobile UX is more than what app users see; there are numerous ways app users may interact with your Mobile Apps. But now, it seems we have the talisman for, Mobile Apps design and development. We adhere to these 8 design tips while designing your mobile apps to give the best Mobile UX – to win hearts of your App users.
Icon – Attractive and Distinct
The icon that is used for your App should be attractive and distinct. It should be the one that makes you app easily recognizable. Don’t forget, distinct icon will certainly help your Mobile App to stand out of the crowd.
HD images in app interface are known for increasing mobile conversions many folds. You too would agree that quality images are the ones that will attract more app users as compared to mediocre images. Attractive images also ensure repetitive use of your mobile apps.
Everyone using a Mobile App are more inclined to have a touch friendly session and not the one where most their time and energy is utilized in reaching out the correct point – due to poor touch. Hence; image Carousels, Drawers, Off-Canvas, Fly outs, Accordeons, and many more – make all of them seamlessly touch friendly.
Prominently Visible – Buttons and CTAs
Why not use CSS for Buttons/CTAs and give that prominent visibility to your Mobile Apps user:
- Android 48 x 48
- Windows Phone 34 x 34
- Apple 44 x 44
Fonts that are Legible and Proofread
You cannot compel your mobile app user to pinch or tap to read the text. Instead use font size of 14X and above.what say?
Landscape to Portrait and back to Landscape – Smooth Reflow
Not to forget that modes matter the most. So ensure that they all look and work effortlessly irrespective of how your mobile app user interacts with your apps.
Text on Images is a big – big “NO”
Common sense is that image texts are often unreadable on mobile phones – aren’t they? So avoid putting texts on images, this will make the user feel more comfortable while using your mobile apps.
Make your Image Gallery a Swipeable Carousel
Buttons and arrows are so very annoying – a very bad idea. Interaction with their help on small screen may pose a challenge for your Mobile App Users.
There’s a deluge of features associated with mobile app development that can make or break your Mobile apps success. Pinning down onto the best may take years and by that time your idea may get stale. So, if you’ve that kind of time and patience good luck. If you don’t:
Visit Hi-Tech ITO’s portfolio pages, and then speak to our Mobile app designers and developers who will convince you, why you should have us as your partner of choice. Once you hire Mobile Apps developers from us, your Mobile Apps development projects are likely to flow seamlessly.