The mobile application development has become very common for an individual. Even a student can come up with a mobile app idea and can develop quickly with the right software. Even if the concept is a breakthrough, it bound to fail if continuous improvements are not offered to end users or buyers and competition always intense. The successful mobile application provides those improvements keeping in line many aspects of it. One of them is User Experience (UX) which helps you convert leads to frequent users.
1. The Direction Toward App Content:
The first thing a mobile app user is attracted is designs, but the next aspect which will catch their eyes is content. If the user finds content appearing first on your mobile app is not fulfilling their need to download the application, they will immediately switch to other options available in the market. The content should provide value, and it can be represented as splash screens or tips or as an on boarding message. The key here is never to make users wait and not providing complicated options for your business products or services.
2. Navigation To Secondary Content:
Navigation should work as a journey for users. The secondary content which you might be willing to showcase first but is not in line with user needs is what navigation for. Navigation should lead users in a logical way to and from home-page. The secondary content can be available through swipe, or tap option shown in the home screen.
Sign-in and Sign-up ensure easy access for users to complete their tasks efficiently and benefits app owners with user behavior patterns when they access apps. The user details further help in improvising your app for re-development and newer versions. But app permission should only be implemented as and when required.
4. Simple Conversion Decisions:
The ease of use to convert leads into users lies on the experience of the search button and products your mobile application offers. The center of mobile application products and services offered by your business include the highest conversion decisions and easy access to information on the product helps increase conversion rate. Moreover, a mobile application development should consist facilitation for users to sign-in on multiple devices without jeopardizing their information security.
5. User Basket Experience:
At this aspect, a user should flow from the home page to product or service page to check out page with minimal effort and a reassuring messages at each stage of check out process. The check out process is typically divided into four phases namely, The basket stage, personal details stage, payment stage, and the confirmation stage. In the end, it is always essential to provide valuable details of the order to the client or user along with a reassurance message.
6. Self-Services And Others:
Self-services here means easy of accessibility of mobile application to users. Other than providing product or service, a source of delight given through mobile application development features such as notification, widget and content retains the customer and increase the conversion or selling numbers.