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Making The UI Better & Less Complicated

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All that we see and touch on a mobile app at a certain point needs to be more flexible, less complicated and with a UI that makes the user experience much more effective and simpler. There are designs that are made in a such a way that some users would prefer more complicated and fancy designs to accomplish certain tasks but for many as well, more direct approach and simpler design making is less complicated is still the first choice. Mobile Apps Development Specialists focus more on making the UI smoother and lag free.
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When your app exists on an App store or Play store, it has to have its root grounded. With complicated UI, users won't be willing to pay much attention to it rather feeling confused and that could lead to a problem which won't be an easy to resolve. You might lose your target audiences and even worse, they might put bad user reviews as well. Website Development Expert also seeks for an UI experience to give satisfactory results to their user base.

Well to say no matter what your app has to offer, a bad UI design won't get you the desired results and on a smarter approach, a simpler and user friendly design might garden more desired results.

A better way may be to have a fair idea for the UI you have created asking the customers for a feedback and tweak things that makes their experience resourceful.

The User Experience & You

Every app has to have its fare share when it comes to making the app better and with better usability. But you shouldn't ignore the fact that UI design needs a proper nurturing it deserves to make it more effective and useful over the course of time.


The best mobile apps on their respective market place has had a design that made the user come again and again to it. It had its value straight out right and with a user interface that is more engaging. Take BITICON APP, by Karol Ortyl. It is clean, it has blatant typography and a better way of reversing out the colors. Even a music app named SWING, which has a flat design and no visual clutters. It has lots of Black, White & Red with a tweak of images adding colors to it as well.

The more popular on the charts as Google (With the most minimalistic Design) or Facebook, who constantly tweaks the user interface has more direct and simpler approach. What makes this app more valuable and heavy user traffic is that their UI designs are such that attract more people. They are meant for Users and it stays that way.

For every app you create, you must know what are your target audiences. What are they asking for and how much they are ready to invest their time onto it. Once understanding the user, make the app more customizable and let them chose what they want from it.

Understanding The Users

Knowing your audience is as important as bettering the UI. Analytic tools will provide an insight of how the users are interacting with your app, which gives you the idea of what needs to changed and tweaked for the same.
If your app has its name already on the app store or play store and you need to see how well it is doing, digging into the Analytic tools at hand will provide you with better knowledge. Using tools at hand such as MINT or MIXPANEL gives you an insight of usability of the app and provides you with details about time user spent on the app and traffic it had. Mycrowd as such gives you the idea of what has worked for your UI and what hasn't.

App That Comforts

If we aren't comfortable with things around us, we seek for a replacement or plan to things work accordingly to reach a level of comfort desired. A great user interface will lure the user more and more which will eventually make them more comfortable and the use of it gradually increases.


Sticking to the roots of the UI that users are more comfortable with is the best way for them to keep growing in numbers. Adding elements to the design might lead to confusions and it should be well avoided.
Being innovative is part of the charm but at what cost is really the question here. Being innovative in such a way by adding similar patterns that users have already understood and found them to be more comfortable, helps the app grow more. So in the end, a creative user interface wont only add jewels to your crown but will give user a reason to return again and again and dropping positive results on either of the respective stores.















All that we see and touch on a mobile app at a certain point needs to be more flexible, less complicated and with a UI that makes the user experience much more effective and simpler. There are designs that are made in a such a way that some users would prefer more complicated and fancy designs to accomplish certain tasks but for many as well, more direct approach and simpler design making is less complicated is still the first choice. Mobile Apps Development Specialists focus more on making the UI smoother and lag free.

Making The UI Better & Less Complicated - Image 1

When your app exists on an App store or Play store, it has to have its root grounded. With complicated UI, users won't be willing to pay much attention to it rather feeling confused and that could lead to a problem which won't be an easy to resolve. You might lose your target audiences and even worse, they might put bad user reviews as well. Website Development Expert also seeks for an UI experience to give satisfactory results to their user base.

Well to say no matter what your app has to offer, a bad UI design won't get you the desired results and on a smarter approach, a simpler and user friendly design might garden more desired results.

A better way may be to have a fair idea for the UI you have created asking the customers for a feedback and tweak things that makes their experience resourceful.

The User Experience & You

Every app has to have its fare share when it comes to making the app better and with better usability. But you shouldn't ignore the fact that UI design needs a proper nurturing it deserves to make it more effective and useful over the course of time.

The best mobile apps on their respective market place has had a design that made the user come again and again to it. It had its value straight out right and with a user interface that is more engaging. Take BITICON APP, by Karol Ortyl. It is clean, it has blatant typography and a better way of reversing out the colors. Even a music app named SWING, which has a flat design and no visual clutters. It has lots of Black, White & Red with a tweak of images adding colors to it as well.

The more popular on the charts as Google (With the most minimalistic Design) or Facebook, who constantly tweaks the user interface has more direct and simpler approach. What makes this app more valuable and heavy user traffic is that their UI designs are such that attract more people. They are meant for Users and it stays that way.

For every app you create, you must know what are your target audiences. What are they asking for and how much they are ready to invest their time onto it. Once understanding the user, make the app more customizable and let them chose what they want from it.

Understanding The Users

Knowing your audience is as important as bettering the UI. Analytic tools will provide an insight of how the users are interacting with your app, which gives you the idea of what needs to changed and tweaked for the same. If your app has its name already on the app store or play store and you need to see how well it is doing, digging into the Analytic tools at hand will provide you with better knowledge. Using tools at hand such as MINT or MIXPANEL gives you an insight of usability of the app and provides you with details about time user spent on the app and traffic it had. Mycrowd as such gives you the idea of what has worked for your UI and what hasn't. App That Comforts

If we aren't comfortable with things around us, we seek for a replacement or plan to things work accordingly to reach a level of comfort desired. A great user interface will lure the user more and more which will eventually make them more comfortable and the use of it gradually increases.

Sticking to the roots of the UI that users are more comfortable with is the best way for them to keep growing in numbers. Adding elements to the design might lead to confusions and it should be well avoided. Being innovative is part of the charm but at what cost is really the question here. Being innovative in such a way by adding similar patterns that users have already understood and found them to be more comfortable, helps the app grow more. So in the end, a creative user interface wont only add jewels to your crown but will give user a reason to return again and again and dropping positive results on either of the respective stores.

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