David Dawson

Mobile App UX/UI design

Mobile App With UI/UX Design

UI means User interface while UX is User Experience. Both tools are integral to App Development which is the prevailing trend these days. Many people prefer using a mobile app to get the same work done on a website, mainly because apps are more comfortable and faster to access. Also, most mobile apps are accessed without the internet.

We have helped several businesses build apps from scratch to finish. Like other services we render, we follow a framework to achieve a perfect product.

How we do it?

The UI Design Principles

The User Interface design principles are majorly six, and they form a framework with which we work with. They also help with time management. Nonetheless, the principles are 

The Structure Principle

As the name implies, this principle concerns itself with the appearance of the website design. Hence, we tailor our designs to be organised and clear for the user’s comprehension. We comply with the principle in our design by sorting out similar and dissimilar elements.

The Visibility Principle

The visibility principle provides that an app design must be free of unnecessary materials or messages to ensure an app designed for a purpose fulfils such without hurdles. We understand that Apps are created to solve one or more problems. Hence, our designs are produced to suit our clients’ demands.

The Simplicity Principle

We remove any form of complexities from our designs; hence they are simple to use. Also, it interacts in the user’s language and provides shortcuts as escape routes from more lengthy procedures.

The Feedback Principle

Any app design should keep users updated on varying actions and activities, including errors and exceptions using a language that a user will understand. When you approach us for an app design, we request detailed information or specifications to create a unique custom-based design.

The Reuse Principle

The app must reuse its structural components (internal and external) and functions to ensure longer consistency. This principle minimises the chances of trying to think and remember as a user.

The Tolerance Principle

The tolerance principle believes designs should not be rigid and often allow for improvements. We also share this idea and allow for future corrections when building any mobile app. Our designs are also tolerant of errors and misuse by granting correction permission to some extent (not compromising data security). More so, any app which ceases upon a first mistake is not user-friendly.

On the other hand, the UX (user experience) shows a significant difference between the quality of a good and a bad design. Also, it dictates which apps would become successful since no one desires a poorly designed app.

As a user, you expect that an app should be fast in loading, efficient use, and interaction. Hence, the UX is not a mere aspect of an app design but plays a very vital role in determining how an app functions in the end.

To ensure efficient use of designed apps, we reduce information supplied by the app based on human processing power and provide clarity in displaying these messages. Therefore, we remove cluttering from the UI and keep features to a minimum.

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