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Apps

5 posts
The Role Of Empty States In User Onboarding

    The first set of screens with which users interact, set the expectations of the app. To make sure your users don't delete your app after the first use, you should teach them how to complete key tasks and make them want to come back for more. In other words, you need to successfully onboard and engage your users during those first interactions. The onboarding process is a critical...

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A Quick Guide For Designing Better Buttons

    Buttons are a common element of interaction design. While they may seem like a very simple UI element, they are still one of the most important ones to create. In today's article, we'll be covering the essential items you need to know in order to create effective controls that improve user experience. If you'd like to take a go at prototyping and wireframing your own designs a bit...

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The Golden Rules Of Bottom Navigation Design

    Design is more than just good looks – something all designers should know. Design also covers how users engage with a product. Whether it's a site or app, it's more like a conversation. Navigation is a conversation. It doesn't matter how good your site or app is if users can't find their way around. In this post, we'll help you better understand the principles of good navigation for...

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How To Make A Physiology-Friendly Application For The iPad

  If you’ve ever had to move your iPad from one hand to the other just to tap a button you couldn’t reach, then you may have already guessed why we began this study in our UX lab. Our Mail.Ru Group’s UX lab team carries out many usability studies of our apps for smartphones and tablets. We address users’ needs by introducing features in our products. We carefully test all of...

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How Limitations Led To My Biggest App Store Success and Failure

Look at your calendar. If you’re anything like me, all you see are meetings, places to go, things to do, people to meet and not a lot of white space. Few people love their calendar. So, we set out to change that, and we learned a lot in the process. Our app is an iPhone app that flips your calendar upside down and lets you focus on the free time...

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