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What is a good UX/UI design for an app?

In the current world, everyone goes behind the looks and to attract clients towards your app; you must have a good looking app. So if you want to have a great UX?UI design for your app, then you are in the right place. This article will see how to design the great UI/UX design for your app, which one is the best and how to implement these design and many more.

Excited to learn all these things, let us start with the article but before that, let us look at the UI design principles as they play an essential role in UI/UX designing.

The Simplicity Principle
The design should go easy with everyday tasks, asserting clearly and simply in the user’s language and giving good alternatives meaningfully related to more lengthy procedures.

The Visibility Principle
The design should make all required options and materials for a given task visible without confusing the user with extraneous or irrelevant information. Good designs don’t confuse users with choices or confuse them with additional details.

The Feedback Principle
The design should keep users informed of actions or ideas, state or condition settings, and errors or criticisms relevant, concise and of interest to the user through clear and unambiguous language common to users.

The Tolerance Principle
The design should be adaptable and tolerant, decreasing the cost of mistakes and misuse by allowing failure and redoing while also preventing errors wherever possible by tolerating varied inputs and flows and interpreting all reasonable actions.

The Reuse Principle
The design should reuse inside and external elements and behaviours, maintaining compatibility with purpose rather than merely subjective consistency, thus reducing users’ need to rethink and remember.

The Structure Principle
Design should make the user interface purposefully, in meaningful and practical ways based on precise, logical models that are clear and recognizable to users, putting related things together and separating unrelated things, changing different elements and doing similar things to resemble one different. The structure principle is concerned with the overall user interface architecture.

The Mobile App Design Process

For example, let us take an app for learning Tamil.

Before you get started, you will need to know what you are designing. You don’t need to bust out the pencil and paper or fire up sketch just yet. You need to brainstorm the overall functions of the app. After giving it some thought, here are the main functions that have to be identified:

  • Notifications – You’ll need to push the new words to the user via a message, so you’ll need an onboarding screen that asks the user to allow push notifications.
  • Home Screen – The user should be able to purchase multiple different language lessons, so you’ll need a home screen where they can buy these lessons and activate existing ones.
  • Tracking Progress – The user should be able to see each lesson’s progress that is currently activated.
  • Viewing a Lesson – the user should be able to view a list of the words they’ve learned so far in a given lesson.
  • Viewing a Word – The user should be able to view words they’ve already read. This should include the definition, image reference, speech, audio pronunciation and link to conjugation.

There’ll undoubtedly be a lot more over this app, but this list goes well for this tutorial’s scope.

Now let us see what the steps to build Ui/UX for the app are.
We’ll use a pencil and paper and start sketching out these various app functions to get started. Once these drawings are finalized, you’ll move over to sketch and start breathing life into them.

Sketch Your App
We need a simple flowchart to understand how the user makes their way through the software. This helps you to know how the different screens of our app interact with each other. Next, you will need to work on sketching out each screen.

Onboard Your App:
Once your sketch is ready, the next step is to onboard your app and allow the user to give you more suggestions on the app to make it better.

Test Your Design:
Once you finalize your sketch, then its time to test whether it is good to go or not. Ask the user to use your app and take suggestion from them about the UI of the app.

Launch on Play store: The final step to launch the app on the play store.

Conclusion: All the above steps are used to create the excellent UI for an app; using these steps, your apps will rock the playstore.

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