Wednesday, July 13, 2016

How A Mobile App Designer Can Help Your Create A Successful App

In mobile app industry, success comes by great design and doesn't happen by chance. A right strategy and a reliable mobile app designer company can set the fallout's of your efforts in the right direction. There is no secret formula to make your app successful. All you need to do is grasp on and deliver a better experience across every aspect of your app.
Here’s a list of four building blocks that can make your mobile app a huge success. 


One of essential building blocks of a successful mobile application is identifying what value it brings to its consumers. Your app should either provide a solution to a problem that users are willing to pay for or it should entertain them efficiently. 

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Some of the most successful businesses such as Dwolla were crafted out of problems that the founders experienced and solved for themselves, and then went out and got market fit. However, it is not all about solving the problem or entertaining. The foundation lies in whether the customers would like the solution you rare offering via your app or whether they are willing to shift from their existing application. 

Define the core value your app provides to the users and validate whether it is compelling enough to make the users return regularly. 


A mobileapp designer should design the app for a specific audience. Make sure that the app’s design resonates with the particular user segment for which it has been developed. The look and feel and usability of the app should be simple and seamless. Make sure that users can easily jump from one screen to another screen of the app and can smoothly go from one feature to another. 

Improve user experience by making the design intuitive and interactive. Choose right colors, text size, and buttons to help users easily differentiate where to tap and what to do next. The overall design should beautify your app while making it easier to use for the consumers. 

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You have developed an astonishing app. What’s next? Distribution is one of the crucial keys that can either make or break your mobile app. Is your app visible to your customers? Reaching potential customers is not that easy, but by using multiple channels of marketing to promote your app can work. 

Add keyword in the name of your app, to make sure that your app is visible to users when they use keywords related to that of yours. When planning for app development, prepare lists of marketing activities as well. 


How adaptive and flexible are you to your users’ feedback. Are you available to respond to your users on time and can you continue to build better features and an enhanced experience to offer better user experience? 

Let the real users test your beta app version. Track and work on the feedback to enhance the experience. The faster you work on the issues, the easier it gets to deliver a better solution.
Create a great product and introduce your app in the market with a plan to make it a huge success.
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1 comment:

  1. I'm on the fence about this, while more customization is good, I have a feeling this is a "in-progress" update, it just feels incomplete and half-way there.
    We use badge layout for apps on design approvals (visual projects), so the image being displayed is important. Old layout "feels like" it had larger images,
    maybe because the images were cropped more loosely so it's easier to tell which project it was at quick glance. Now the image is cropped closer, making it
    harder to scan thru at quick glance. I find myself needing to click into the project more often than usual. Which makes the whole user experience less
    I have a couple suggestions that might make it work better:
    1. Increase the height of the window the cover image is being displayed.
    2. Let us to choose which image to be displayed as "cover" (like how Pinterest handles cover images of each board, was hoping for this for a long time)
    3. Let us adjust which part of the image to show and how tight or loose the crop is (with a fixed window, let us move the image around and maybe enlarge or
    shrink it to control what shows thru the window. Pinterest does a limited form of this, which is very useful in making the cover image relevant)
    4. Allow Cover Image to be ordered in different hierarchy (currently every element can be ordered differently except the Cover Image, it seems to be stuck
    in the 2nd spot, would like the option to set it on another spot in the layout. This one seems like an easy fix, since you guys allow that for every other
    element already)



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