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5 Ways to Design a More Intuitive Mobile App

With rampant talk of responsive design and the overwhelming use of mobile devices as a primary device for users, the importance of a mobile presence is clear. Naturally, the time of a mobile user is at a premium so it’s paramount for mobile apps to be as intuitive as possible. Designing an interface that is centered around UX and usability is the keystone to create a mobile app that truly ‘works’ for the user. #1: Know Your User User experience doesn’t exist without the user – so it’s critical to involve them in the process – understanding who they are and what drives them. Conducting user and competitive research – not simply gathering analytics, but getting into the field, engaging with the ideal user – and applying these findings to the initial phase of design is a non-negotiable process. Data is a big part of gathering the information needed, however, in a project’s […]

7 years, 2 months ago
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Wireframing: A Quick Review

Brands spend hours designing a page so that everything flows properly, blending together cohesively. Like any architectural project, they use a tool that allows them to speed up the process and make quick changes to tweak and perfect the user interface. Wireframes are essentially a two-dimensional blueprint for how you want your website to look, like a skeletal framework that allows you to visually place all of your various site elements. Working like a foundation for the final product, the wire frame is a fantastic design tool that lets you organize everything properly before engaging in the creative process. They help to connect the site’s information architecture to the visuals crafted by the designers, showing a direct correlation between different pages. Wireframing also allows you to see where content and imagery clash and match, determining which pattern would result in the best functionality for the end user. Beginning from a […]

7 years, 6 months ago