Imagine downloading an app and not being able to navigate through it? Frustrating, right!? So, what do you think would you do with such an app? – most users would uninstall it in mere minutes. User experience (UX) on an app is of utmost importance to attract new users and keep the old ones to ensure long-term market success. Did you know that 90% of users reported that they have stopped using an app because of its poor performance?
Reference Source: https://www.toptal.com/designers/ux/ux-statistics-insights-infographic
While creating a website or an application, the developer needs to focus on two important components; the User Experience (UX) and the User Interface (UI). Both these terms are related to one another – the User Experience is based on effective use of the mobile app and how the user enjoys using the app, whereas, a User Interface is the look and feel of the app, its presentation and the overall interactivity of a product.
Hence, while creating a mobile app, the developers need to work together on the UX and UI, but both require different skill sets. Let’s understand this with the help of an example:
What are the first few logical steps after your roll out your mobile application? Let’s take a look: