The result should never be boring. What attracts customers and improves UX levels are visual impact, simplicity and the ability of an app to meet a real consumer need.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. (PRWEB) September 18, 2013
Tap, swipe – ta da! Imagine a world where mobile apps worked that efficiently. WebProvise can. The advanced digital marketing firm, which has offices in California and Nevada, works with businesses in all sectors from across the U.S. to help them identify and pin down prospects and deliver high quality UX, or user experiences. Company CEO and Founder Loren Saxby says there are at least five ways to noticeably improve a company’s mobile app performance.
“Whose life isn’t hectic?” Saxby asks.
“As the speed of life accelerates, businesses compensate by offering a mobile approach to just about everything. Take the relationship between consumers, smartphones and QR codes. And, yet, highly-mobile consumers can still be hard to pin down.”
“To hit that moving target, there needs to be a shift in app design perspectives.”
WebProvise’s (5) Tips for Building a Better Mobile App:
1. Make Your Mobile App Easy to Use – Shoot for fewer taps & swipes
2. Don’t Jump to The Ask – Let new users browse a bit before sign up
3. Give Your Mobile App Focus – Stay focused & go light on content
4. Put Up a Good Front – Don’t let internal tasks slow users down
5. Forget What You Know – Forget websites & think small format
“Help them get in, get out and get on with their lives and you’ll have a happy customer.”
Limit the number of steps it takes for users to get where they want to go. Avoid asking them to sign up before they look around. Resist the urge to overwhelm them with content. Present a streamlined app that has a clear purpose, masking delays caused by behind-the-scenes loading and processing. Finally, treat an app like – well, an app.
“One hurdle we face is helping our business customers understand that designing a mobile app is different from developing a website. They need to see mobile app design for what it is: a distinct and powerful tool made to pack some serious punch.”
“The result should never be boring. What attracts customers and improves UX levels are visual impact, simplicity and the ability of an app to meet a real consumer need.”
Business owners can learn more about mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, Android and Blackberry by calling (800) 381-0027. Related information about website design, digital marketing and strategic planning services can be found at WebProvise.com.
ABOUT WEBPROVISE: WebProvise helps clients make money as they save money – by offering a full suite of online and offline business technology services. WebProvise helps businesses nationwide become more productive and make the most of cutting-edge wireless and mobile technologies while offering them superior service in areas that include Application Development, Digital Marketing, Remote IT Support and more.