Mobile app analytics are the most effective ways of getting user feedback for optimizing your UX design. Read all about how Designers can benefit from it here.
Mobile App Heatmaps are a great way to optimize your UX design. Here’s all you need to know about Heatmaps and how to use them for Mobile App Analytics.
Throughout my life, I have come across people who just love to read. I have seen their eyes light up like a Christmas tree whenever they think of reading. In fact, I am one among them too. I feel books have the magic of taking us to a different world in itself.
Whatever we do, we always have a lot of questions running in our minds all the time. Sometimes these questions help us make better decisions. For UX designers, the questions before they start to design an app are - what should be the style of the app? What font should I use?
Mobile app analytics is the driving force behind finding ways to streamline the user funnel and optimize app performance. App analytics tools help in improving user acquisition and user engagement.
In the past decade, E-Commerce has grown multifold and has become one of the prominent industries in the world. From marketplaces to websites and applications, the trends have been constantly on the shift and there is so much pressure to cope with the evolving trends and stay relevant.
Gestalt principles are nothing but a set of principles by which human brains organize and understand complex patterns of design by subconsciously arranging the provided disparate elements into a whole new arrangement.
Traditionally, the word software tester usually meant finding bugs, automating processes, writing test cases, and establishing tester-developer relationships. But this isn’t the case anymore. Software testing has indeed matured into a much broader term especially in this era of agile organizations.
With the invention of smartphones, mobile apps have simplified the lives of people. A successful mobile app is key to your Business. In fact, a mobile app is a modern and ideal platform to drive organic traffic to your business.
Great companies are built on great products. But a great product is a result of the mixture of the best engineering, design, and business processes. Though the term product manager is in use for quite a long time in silicon valley, it’s only been a decade since it started making noise here.
Are you a developer, a product guy, or from the support team? then you know very well that there couldn’t be a more frustrating experience for your user in your app than to see the message “the app is not responding” on the screen.
Recently I watched a movie. The cast was amazing but the plot was off the track.I couldn’t help but felt awful. You don’t want your users to feel the same way right? You want to give your users a proper direction inside the app for them to make the right decision.
Today, there are about 2.56 million apps on the Google play store and 1.85 apps available on the apple app store. Your business owns an app and even if you are a little below your user’s expectations, you are going to be out of the mobile game.
The user journey is the series of steps the user may want to take to achieve a goal in an app or a website. Usually, the user hops on different pages, a number of CTAs, and other elements before reaching the end goal. As a designer, it is important to make the user journey as easy as possible for them to achieve what they wanted in the app.