The mobile application market is highly competitive and it takes a lot of work to ensure the success of your app. If you are able to keep the most popular followed UI principle during the mobile app development then the chances of achieving success with your next app increases drastically. It is worth noting that most of the mobile apps are designed without giving much thought to the UI/UX aspects and later on such apps simply fails to attract the attention of the target users. Here are three more UI design principles which you should follow during the mobile app development to boost your app success rate.
- Give focus on interaction design
- Accessibility is the key
- Take “context rules” into consideration
Ignoring interaction design during mobile app development isn’t a good idea. It is worth noting that interaction design is seen as one of the main components towards designing an enticing user experience. Your design should focus on the three major pillar of the interaction design namely goal-driven design, usability and feedback. Goal driven design allows a designer to customize the workflow as such to respond to the changing needs of the users. It is essential to make the app easy to use thereby allowing the users to navigate through the app without much hassle. The best thing to validate the action of any user to generate feedback from them which eventually helps in shaping the app just a user wants it to behave.
A major reason behind the success of any popular mobile app is its accessibility – “how easier is to use that app?” While designing apps do give proper consideration to the people’s fingers and it is the only thing which will be used to interact with the app. Make sure that there is enough space for the users type conveniently, icons are too tiny or placed together that makes it difficult to hit the right icon.
In the mobile app the text and design go hand in hand which is necessary to ensure that app design is understood by the user easily without adding any unwanted learning curve to it. Make sure your app does not use any fancy phrases which can result in interrupting the overall interaction. Lengthy reading isn’t a right choice for the mobile app, therefore, make sure your message is able to convey itself without becoming too much to read. App should feel like an extension of your business or brand so feel free to integrate some of the words consistent with it in your app.